Today was our Father’s Day assembly and we celebrated and said thanks to our fathers through the medium of poetry! Each year group in the school learnt a poem, practised excellently and recited it in front of the whole school, families and of course our wonderful fathers. Roshni in Year 6 said, “I thought everyone worked really hard and well for reading a poem for their fathers. The fathers really appreciated the children putting an amalgamation of effort in, also the children appreciated the fact that the fathers could attend our assembly. ” Thank you to all of you for attending – especially our fathers
Lunch time at Bantock was a rather different affair today as the children took to the playground to celebrate Queen Elizabeth’s 90th Birthday in traditional style. Making the most of the weather, the children enjoyed a lunch of party food and took part in a street party, reminiscent of the scenes across the UK on the day of the Queen’s coronation in 1953! Libbie in Year 6 said, “Everyone enjoyed the Queen’s lunch and it was very scrumptious, succulent and tantalising - I think the Queen would have enjoyed being there to celebrate with us. We all hope that the Queen enjoyed her own royal meal as well as we did. ”
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