Grandparents visit children to see their hardwork at school
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Dozens of doting grandparents visited King’s Ely Acrement for an afternoon visit.
The special Grandparents’ Afternoon saw grandmas and grandpas of Reception age pupils pop into the school to see them.
The visitors enjoyed a fun phonics lessons with the children and were also shown some of the artwork and displays that the pupils had worked so hard on throughout the term.
The guests were then invited into the school hall, where the Reception pupils performed a version of the folk tale, The Little Red Hen.
The children then joined their grandparents for some scrumptious teas, cakes and refreshments, which were served up by the school’s catering team.
Celia Etchegoyen, interim head of King’s Ely Acremont, said: “The bond between them was very apparent and it was wonderful to see the children entertain the older generation with a rendition of The Little Red Hen followed by afternoon tea.”
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