Another Glorious Grounds Day!
Bosbury rounded off another very busy half term with this year's traditional school Grounds Day, where the focus is on the lovely outdoor environment of our school as parents are warmly invited to help with gardening jobs and general tidying up around school as each class enjoys a different outdoor activity throughout the day with each class teacher.
Mr. Dunn's shelter building activity proved a huge hit, particularly with the younger children who had an absolute whale of a time building their own structures in a classroom full of nothing but cardboard boxes (what could possibly go wrong...?) as the older children built some superb shelters outside out of natural materials.
The threat of getting very wet in the lovely warm sunshine that day was ever-present on the field as Mr. Thompson challenged each class to a game of water bomb rounders...
... while each class also got to work on some arty activities with Miss Townsend on the Key Stage 1 playground, even helping out Mrs. Waters with some new superb agricultural wall art on the outside Class 3 panels. Thank you Mrs. Waters and please do come and have a look at it - it is fantastic!
Mrs. Thompson also provided a challenging nature hunt, with Class 5 even being given the chance to take some selfies on the iPads with different natural objects as each class also got the chance to venture down to the famed Bosbury Beach with Mrs. Walker, Mrs. Christopherson and Wilf before coming back to school and composing music using different instruments to simulate the sound of the river down at the beach.
Finally, each class also got the chance to work with Briony our resident potter as they sculpted such creations as minibeast houses and clay pots.
Thank you to all of the teachers for providing such superb activities and to all of the parents and artists who came in on the day to help out - the support we receive from all parents, carers and other friends of the school is always massively appreciated.