London Trip Blog - 2014

London 2014 - Day 5 - We're off!!

It's incredible to think that our London Educational Field Trip is drawing to a close. The children have been in good health and thoroughly enjoyed the London Experience.'

There won't be many further updates today as the airport is incredibly stressful but no news is good news.

Please do keep an eye later on in the day to check our progress. I will endeavour to add our flight details and arrival times in Belfast.

London 2014 - Day 4 - Thank you to Mr Egerton

Dear parents,

We would like to express our thanks to Mr John Egerton (parent and web design expert extraordinaire) for our wonderful School Website and London Blog. What a marvellous innovation to the life of our school. I know from your comments you greatly appreciate this facility.

John, THANK YOU!

Mr McCambley

London 2014 - Day 4 - Mr Kennedy sums up his final trip

A landmark evening in London for us all but especially Mr Kennedy, our esteemed Principal as he ends the tour in this his final year with us as he embarks on another exciting chapter of his life called retirement ... Better known as freedom.

We wish Mr Kennedy and his wife Margo God's richest blessing as he retires from school in June.

Sarah Douglas (nee Edwards) Edwards a former Classroom Assistant in Waringstown, now Teacher Training in London, caught up with us to meet the children and touch base with the staff.

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London 2014 - Day 4 - Macaroons!

Although Mrs McClelland isn't visible in this photo, she's IS there. It's just that she fainted when the macaroon box was opened.

The video clips are streaming into Waringstown as we speak - so call back tonight for another podcast!

London 2014 - Day 4 - THANK YOU MR KENNEDY!

For us it's been an incredibly busy time so our week has gone in a heart beat. Let's hope the weekend lingers long to aid recovery!

We're off for our final visit of the week. The children are all in good health and another hearty breakfast has them well prepared for the day.

For Mr Kennedy this day must bring mixed emotions as this will be his last official visit to London with Waringstown Primary School. The staff on the trip would like to express our thanks for his OUTSTANDING service to the school, not least his annual leadership and Pastoral care afforded to all in London on the Field Trip.

23 London visits from Waringstown school with an average of 50 children attending makes almost 1200 children. That's an amazing service to our school community.

 Mr Kennedy

Thank you Mr Kennedy!

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