It has been an absolute joy to have had a full and exciting three weeks back together at school, and we have certainly made the most of every minute.

Against the backdrop of daffodils blooming and freshly mowed pitches, the children have truly flourished; we have continued to have exciting and inspirational academic lessons (this time, without Zoom!), we have had exams for some, future school preparations, House hockey and football tournaments, pre-season cricket nets, Boarders’ suppers on the Croquet Lawn, a happiness festival in Pre Prep, vegetable planting in our Orchard, Lambrook Book Day, our own Census Day, charity fundraising and of course, plenty of time to play in our grounds, to name but a few of our very happy highlights. This final week of term has been a particularly special celebration of Performing Arts talent; the Year 6 pupils dazzled us with a stunning production of Wind in the Willows and our choirs and other groups have showcased their hard work from the past term in a series of performances.

There is much to look forward to in the Summer Term, as we make the most of our fantastic grounds and the longer and lighter evenings, the idyllic summer afternoons playing cricket, Wimbledon inspired tennis matches, games and challenges in the grounds for our boarders, bee keeping and honey collecting. We are also looking forward to our Sports Day where we hope to be able to welcome parents onto the school site to cheer on their children and picnic in typical Lambrook style.

Easter is a time of hope and new life and I look forward your children returning to school on Wednesday 21st April with a spring in their step! In the meantime, we wish you all a very relaxing break.

Jonathan Perry

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