Jam, the friendly T-Rex
After a couple of weeks of havoc which saw bones being discarded around the building, excrement left outside a classroom, a trail of mess and strange noises, we finally found out what had hatched out of the eggs. We were introduced to Jam, the friendly T-Rex. Have a look at our pictures to see Jam in action!
Mess found in Year 5 classroom!
Yet another mysterious incident has occurred this morning. The staff turned up to find a mess in the KS2 corridor and the Year 5 classroom had appeared to have been partially destroyed! What will happen next? Our children are keeping a look out for any further disruption.
05.03.19 – Egg Update
A mysterious pile of something was found in the Key Stage 1 corridor this morning as we arrived into school. So, we immediately cordoned off the area until we could identify what it was and where it had come from. Year 2 have bravely volunteered to carry out the research into the mysterious pile and will be using gloves to investigate it to get some answers. We will keep you informed with what we find so watch this space!
04.03.19 – Egg Update: Mysterious Bones
Today, the children found a mysterious bone outside of Year 4’s classroom. It looked very disgusting indeed. During our morning assembly, we also discovered that the eggs, which Garden Gang found last week, have finally hatched…but the animals, or whatever they contained, had vanished! We’re all keeping our eyes peeled in case anything else out of the ordinary should happen!
Unfortunately, having waited several days, our eggs still have not hatched in Nursery’s incubator. On Wednesday, we asked the rest of the school about what we may do to try to hatch the eggs. The most popular idea appeared to be try it in water. We shall wait and see what happens over the next few days before trying something else!
A Mysterious Find
This week, as part of our action group, we went out to do some digging in our flowerbeds. We had noticed that rabbits had been digging in them. However, what was most unusual was that one of our gardeners spotted two eggs which have been buried! We have no idea how long they have been there or which animal they may have come from.
At present, the eggs are currently in Nursery’s incubator and are being looked after by the children. We will let you know of any other exciting news as it progresses!