What a lovely way to spend a Friday morning. I love being able to chat with the children over a hot chocolate and a biscuit. It’s a great way to really get to know them and hear all their amusing stories.
What a great day our Year 4 and 5 children had at the Gaelic Football Tournament in Radlett.
We arrived and spilt into 3 teams and then had a briefing about how the day would run.
Each of the 3 teams were playing in a different group on different pitches. All the teams played really well despite having to adjust to pitches which were a lot larger than they had been used to playing on.
When we all met up at lunchtime none of the teams had won a match but all the children agreed that they were having a great time.
In the afternoon, matches were played for the trophies and plates. Little Hadham team 2 were playing little Hadam team 3 in one semi final with Little Hadham team 1 playing a semi final on a neighbouring pitch. Both matches were played really well with teams 1 and 2 winning their semi finals.
We had 2 teams in finals! Fortunately there was room to stand between the two so that team 3 could cheers both teams on, even making up their own chant. Team 2 played brilliantly but were defeated. Team 1 were outstanding and won their match earning them a silver plate.
All the children played their best and showed great sportsmanship and were a credit to the school making all the members of staff very proud.
A big thank you to Mr Leonard for all his hard work coaching the children.
Fridays come round very quickly. I do love the chance to have a chat with the children over our hot chocolate and biscuits.
After a bit more revision it’s definitely time for some games and fun!
What a great way to start the day; now we are ready for anything!
Year 6 arrived full of chat and excitement saying this is the best week ever… kids love tests; who knew?
Lots of stories and laughter at this week’s Hot Choc, well done to all who have tried hard to earn this treat!
Oh what a night…Well done to everyone for making such a big effort to make this night certainly a night to remember. Great music and even better dancing; wow these kids have got the moves… like Jagger! And yes, even us adults couldn’t resist the odd boogie or rock the boat in some cases!
It seems even the Chair of Governors likes a hot chocolate treat: think the stories told is what really brought the smile to his face!
Lovely to see so much geography competition this morning, it certainly made us adults think!