This morning the school hall was transformed into a Lyndhurst catwalk show as all the children from 3-11 year olds paraded their wonderful Easter Bonnets. There were some amazing creations and the packed house of parents had a wonderful morning. We were delighted to welcome Cllr Potter, the Deputy Mayor and Celia Barrington, a local resident as judges for the morning. All the children were given Easter eggs for their efforts and the Friends of Lyndhurst Parents’ Association provided cakes and refreshments for all who attended. A lovely way to start the Easter festivities.
Red Nose Day @ Lyndhurst - 27/03/2017
The boxes of grab bags Red Noses have proved very popular this year – it was a sell out! more
Science at Paulton’s Park - 21/03/2017
Years 2 and 3 went to Paulton’s Park on Monday 20th March and took part in a science workshop. The theme was Forces and Materials which meant... more
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