Saturday, 31 July 2010

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Last day of term. Year 6 leavers' assembly. Much laughter. Some tears. (I always cry at the leavers' assembly. There's this bit at the end where we all sing 'One More Step Along The World I Go...' and during the last verse Year 6 file out of the hall and we all applaud them. I always choke up and can't finish the song. Next year The Boy will be leaving, how many tissues will I need for that assembly???)

There were lots of goodies in the staff room that day, brought in as thank you gifts by various children. I had a little sample of the rocky road (with the inspired addition of Maltesers, yum!)

4 comments:

Anesha said...

That looked very yummy! Have a great weekend.

Amy said...

I am exactly the same in those types of ceremonies ... and, don't look at me at Christmas time when The Little Drummer Boy is played - I cry every single time!

Jo's Place said...

OK, I need choccie pronto!

Rhona said...

Oh my goodness, you will need lots of tissues next year. When E left her primary school I was in floods of tears, it seemed such a big step as she is my youngest but boy is she loving senior school! It's just the next chapter in their lives.
And Amy, Christmas plays got me every year, no matter how old the children are!