We have been happy to welcome all of our pupils back this week and hope that they had a very pleasant and refreshing break. As usual, there was plenty going on over Easter, including a most successful ski trip, revision sessions for examination candidates and activity days in Meadow Court. I am most grateful to staff who provided these opportunities and to parents for their support. Thanks go also to those who came in during the holidays to help put some of the finishing touches to our brand new cricket and forest school pavilion, which is looking splendid and will soon be ready for use. You will remember that this new facility was made possible by funds raised by the PTA, who continue to support the school in so many ways.
As we look ahead to another busy term, we paused to consider the significance of the Easter celebrations that have just finished. The Reverend Rose Braisby, who addressed pupils in our whole school assembly this week, reminded us of the story of Easter and the great mystery that the Christian church is founded upon, as well as entertaining us with a fun game of ‘egg roulette’ and leading us in song. Whatever our beliefs, it was an opportunity to be thankful for the rejuvenating power of springtime, for our school community and for our family and friends.
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