Our wanderings in Wiltshire went off with a whizz today at Wilton and Barford Primary School , where we were joined by pupils and staff from the other schools in the cluster, prior to tomorrows’s cluster INSET Day.
Thank you to Jan Nock, headteacher at Wilton and Barford for inviting us in to spend some time with her colleagues, children and visitors, for some fun with words, and a lot of (hardly noticeable but incredibly powerful) technology.
For some wondrous (alliterative) wordy witterings…
How welcome warm weather was. We were wishing winter would wane, weren’t we?
Not one second was wasted. Whenever someone wittered, we weren’t wearied while waiting. We let their words wash over us & wallowed in their wisdom.
Wholly without warning, wild wet winds woke us wailing weirdly -waging war with wind-tossed waters. We witnessed wreck within this watery wasteland, where withering westerly winds, and waves wrought swathes of wretchedness.
Yet not one withering wallflower awaited us!
We witnessed wayfaring weather-beaten waifs, wearied & well-nigh weeping, worn-out from their wanderings. We worried for their well-being. This was wasted
Waiting within wattled, withered & weighty wooden walls, these waterproofed weirdos, instead of wailing woefully, welcomed us warmly and wrapped, us in wondrous words, wild with what wholly warranted ripples of applause.
We wished we could wend our way further, but with well-timed wisdom, we wound up our walks. Well done one and all. Wonderful!
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