Smallest had her last ever Little Squirrels pre-school group at Queen Elizabeth Country Park. We have been going to this group for over two years and have had lots of fun - many muddy puddles have been jumped in and much glue stuck on fingers. The last one was celebrated with a teddy bears picnic (unfortunately inside due to the never ending sodding rain this summer), a teddy trail, nature bingo walk, paper flower making and most important of all her first ever certificate for being a Super Little Squirrel. We will miss it and it is the first step towards school next year. If anyone lives nearby with little ones I would thoroughly recommend you give it a go.
Biggest had her sports and Olympic week at school and despite the rain many events still went ahead (except for Sports Day!) The most important event that she took part in was the My2012 finals day at the Mountbatten Centre in Portsmouth. This event was the culmination of a project organised in East Hampshire and involving 44 state schools across the county. There were 4000 children at the event which was the sporting finale of a cultural and sporting year. Biggest was there to join in with the opening ceremony and their group (or cluster) dance. I could write loads about it but if you want to know more have a look at the My2012 website. The important thing was she got the chance to take part in a huge event and she got an enormous medal!
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