Thursday, 4 August 2011

I Spy A Spy


Thursday is Dress-Up Day, and Open Evening & BBQ. So we had a lot of suspicious looking characters queuing up outside this morning…

Each group selected the two best spies in their group, and from that line up we selected the two winners.

It was quite clear from the costumes that everybody feels that spies must wear dark glasses all the time!


After the session, the group leaders arranged all the craft work in some superb displays. Bob and I went to buy BBQ supplies, and when we got back to the church, I took lots of photos






I think the children’s craft work is fantastic – and I am always so impressed by the way that the staff team helps each child to produce such great work – and the way they display it for the Open Evening.

It has been raining all afternoon – trusting it will ease up a little before 7pm. Bob is outside cleaning our BBQ ready to wheel it round to church.[It’s OK, he has changed out of his suit and bowtie]


  1. I bet this is a week that those children won't forget.You have put so much into making it fun and yet also a learning process.

  2. Glad to see all that plaster of Paris prep has paid off! Looks like y'all have had a wonderful school. ~Liz

  3. Looks like a fun (and enlightening) time ... nice job :-)

  4. Looks like everyone is having a lot of fun!

  5. I think we should begin a National Spy Day just so that we can all look as 'cool' as the children in Bible school!
    Jane x


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