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The weather looked kindly on us yesterday for our Parent Picnic Lunch. The sun shone and we were all able to go outside and picnic on the field joined by over 40 of our parents.

Lots of smiles and lovely comments about what a wonderful idea it had been and how much they had it enjoyed it from the parents suggest it was a huge success.

It was also lovely that Alfie in Y1's grandma joined us from North Wales on her birthday!

Here's an email I received this morning:
'...thank you...thank you...
For another opportunity to spend time with the children at school yesterday. These events have been a real treat for adults and children, and whilst I realise that the team at Wrenbury are already incredibly busy, it has been so kind of the school to put on these extras. A lovely way to end the year!
parent of a Y6 and a Y2 child

Thank you to Sharon (our trophy winning cook) for coming up with the idea and preparing all the picnic bags with Liz (her wonderful assistant)!

I'm sure it will become an annual event at Wrenbury — fingers crossed for sunshine again next year!
Mrs Cador

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