Well, I have the weather forecast abilities of Michael Fish, the sky is blue and sunny and we are all still nice and warm!
The birthday boy and girl (Jonathan 6H, Katherina 6Q) have both had some presents and a happy birthday rendition, the class awaits for the shared gateau tonight!
Hold the front pages-the boys have won some kitkats! Not only did they manage to not talk after 10pm, but they didn't start talking at 6.15am! (not all boys I would like to add!) Mr.Reed's wake up was so quiet this morning (this was so that they all wouldn't start charging about at 7am!) We've even had some falling back to sleep.
All children survived the murder mystery!
The infamous nightline has been tackled by a few groups this morning. To my delight there were 2 Honeywell groups in there at the same time-double trouble for myself! Although I think my reputation is going before me on this now and the kids know what's coming. To show how warm it really is, during the hose off at the end many are deliberately putting their faces in it to clear the mud off. I do stress the word deliberately, although sometimes the hose does have a mind of its own.
1 more activity before lunch, then 3 this afternoon, before the much awaited disco! Then 2 more tomorrow-not that anyone is counting down of course!
We have really been at the forefront of healthy eating this week, when we gave the dorm prizes and the sandcastle prizes out at the same time this morning. 1 girl in my class asked if she could get a glass of water before the 1st activity as she had just had 8 fingers of kitkat!!
On one other note, during our sessions off, the teachers have managed 8 runs and 6 walks between us all. Miss Blake and Mr.Warbis really put the record in as they put in a 1hr 45min stint across the coastal path-would like to say this is because we are extra healthy, but the reality is we have eaten so much stodge its just necessary and its great to escape Prison Kingswood, sorry Camp Kingswood.