By Camille Guthrie, Year 6 Student
Swish swash: the noise of the angry river. Clip clop: the animals who were fleeing. Drip drop: the noise of the river’s last drops.
Sonia Louis-Punch, Year Level Leader - Prep
Squeals of delight could be heard coming out of the Prep classrooms on the afternoon of Wednesday 25 March. Those walking past would have heard Prep friends, after they discovered there had been a surprise visit from the Easter Bunny.
Students had been enjoying a special play on the Year One playground when Mrs Flick announced she had seen a flash of white go past the Prep rooms. Prep friends were eager to find out this flash of white also had very large ears and big feet. Enthusiastically, the Prep team set off together to uncover Easter Bunny footprints had been left in all of the classrooms.
What a joy it was to see Prep friend’s faces with such joy and wonder to also find their beautifully decorated easter baskets had been filled with chocolate eggs. That elusive Easter Bunny is truly magical…what a wonderful way to end the term!« Back to IndexNext article in this edition »