Blades, Boots and Scoots

The children had a fantastic time on Saturday, firstly at film club when we watched ‘Despicable Me’ (thank you to George for the DVD) then in the afternoon at the very popular ‘Blades, Boots and Scoots’ session in the playground.

A big THANK YOU to Phil Strong for organising the event, including setting up the playground as a one-way obstacle course and for providing musical accompaniment (it was just like a rollerdisco!). Thank you, too, to the PTA team for the very welcome hot chocolate at half time.

Everyone had a wonderful time. There were children of all ages taking part, even a few from Cameltots right up to Yr 6 and even the ‘odd’ adult too.

We hope to run this as a regular event now as it is clearly so popular. Here are a few photos from the day:

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