Ducklings had a ‘Morning Tea’ celebrating the royal wedding of Prince Harry & Megan Markle. They enjoyed tasty treats including strawberries and cream, finger sandwiches, fruit and breadsticks.
Ducklings celebrated St Davids Day and World Book Day by dressing up in traditional Welsh costume or as famous welsh people. The children took part in a St Davids Day concert by singing a welsh Song and making and selling homemade welsh cakes.
Ducklings had an unexpected surprise on Tuesday morning when they arrived at school to find our playground full of snow. The children had fun building snowballs and taking the dinosaurs on a ‘Snowy Adventure’.
The children in Ducklings raised a fantastic amount for this wothwhile cause ‘Children in Need’ they enjoyed wearing spots to school and making spotty rice krispie cakes.
To nicely round up our topic of the Great Fire of London, we visited the Tudor Merchant house in Tenby.
We travelled by train which was very exciting indeed and then walked through the 5 arches to the town centre.
Mistress Angela and Master Greg have welcomed us to the tudor house and told us lots of interesting facts about life in the 1500’s. One of our favourite facts was about the colour of fruit oranges, as in tudor times they didn’t know of the term orange, so they called it a red yellow.
We thoroughly enjoyed our trip and would recommend anyone who hasn’t been to go and visit the Tudor Merchant House, or to come and read some of our recounts of our visit.
Manorbier School were lucky enough to have a wonderful visit from our local PCSO team in regards to Keeping Safe during Firework displays.
The children showed a great depth of knowledge about how to keep safe and how to inform others if they felt safety was an issue.
It was a practical session and was certainly one to remember!