Year 6 were lucky enough to be invited to a Surf Cadet day by St Agnes Surf Lifesaving Club where they were able to develop their knowledge of how to keep safe in the sea. The sun and Y6 smiles were shining throughout the day – a brilliant time was had by all! Here are just a few of the many pictures for you to have a look at.
On Sunday morning, 14 children and their parents gave up a precious morning at the beach to join in The Great Big Thank You, an event run by The Royal British Legion to allow the community to offer their thanks to all the military services who work so hard to keep us safe. The children read their own evacuee diary extracts and memoirs of WW2 Veterans. They performed with both confidence and emotion and should all feel extremely proud of themselves! The audience, including our local MP, Sarah Newton and a former Bosvigo teacher, Mrs Cook, all commented on how impressive their pieces were and how accomplished the children were in delivering their ideas and thoughts. Well done team Bosvigo!
Slow progress on the way home – it’s taken nearly two hours to get as far as Slough and we are now stationary. We may have to revise our 9pm return time!
A few tired Year 5s this morning! We’ve arrived at the Natural History Museum and are slowly exploring the dinosaurs, mammals and natural disaster sections.
Incredible show with incredibly talented young performers… we had an awesome time watching School of Rock!
Earlier in the day we were lucky to meet Gladys Hale, who at 90 years of age had grown up in London and experienced both the Blitz and evacuation.
After meeting Gladys, we explored the Imperial War Museum and saw some amazing artefacts from conflicts over the last 100 years.
We had great fun shopping in Covent Garden and then it was off to Wagamama for some tasty treats. Everyone loved it!
It’s day 3 already! We’re all having a great time and are looking forward to a wonderful Wednesday.
Our last post of the day! We’re all settled in on the boat and are looking forward to tomorrow’s adventures.