Another good trip back to Bexley today and a training day with Barrington Primary school, joined by colleagues from nearby Orchard school. I was impressed that so many governors also joined the day and contributed with perceptive enthusiasm.
We had a day of exploring and spent a while trying to work out what the little rabbit-like creature, which we encountered behind the “Tiffany granny flat”, was doing. All about interdependence and adaptation.
The composition challenge that ended the day was …um…loud!
I have never heard so much volume and oomph before.
Well done Claire for trying to organise, what turned out to be, a heavy metal band! Barrington Pheloung (look him up) we definitely were not. However, humour and full-on gusto were the mark of this composition. “Less is more” went out of the window… but we had a good laugh!
Atrus even popped in to complain about the noise!
Thank you to Jacqui and her colleagues for a fun day.A day that was only matched by… the next day.
I had a great second day with the children of Barrington school. They showed that they, too, have a great sense of humour and are “up for a challenge” I look forward to a return trip someday.