No time to blog recently. Maybe a few pictures will begin to explain why…

Anna, a teacher from the Cayman Islands, visited when the term started…

Inspired by ‘Blue Planet II’ we all became very interested in litter…

As we turned some of the litter into pictures, the idea of a ‘Rubbish Art’ Exhibition presented itself! This event is planned for the end of May, watch this space. But to whet your appetites…

We found lots of real reasons to write…

We enjoyed a bit of modelling…

Harvested the remainder of last year’s crops…

Did some cooking, actually lots of it…

Relishing eating it afterwards…

We made useful things out of discarded t-shirts and jumpers…

Some of which were good enough to take to bed!

We made the most of our Friday’s outdoors…

Started filming our entry for the Film Festival this year…

We celebrated a birthday…

Undertook the Big School Bird Watch, with some help from our friends…

Having found a mysterious tin in Basildon Woods, five years ago. This week we had the pleasure of meeting the owner, author and illustrator, Nick Hayes…

As usual, I have only managed to record photographically, a small proportion of what has been going on at The Treehouse.

Suffice it to say, the Gang have an amazing ‘Golden Glow’ just now, the reasons for which is a both a puzzler and a cause for celebration.

All of which I hope goes some way to excusing my blogging absence?

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