London 2018

London 2018

The Year 6s are having an amazing time in London so far!

They have even managed to get a space for a photo in front of NUMBER 10!  The pictures show that they have also visited The Palace.  Amazing.  We can’t wait to hear their news when they get back.

Christian Aid donations

Christian Aid donations

I have sent Wray’s donation of £32 for our non uniform day off to Christian Aid, and they have responded:

Thank you for donating to Christian Aid Week 2018

Your generous gift could help keep people safe from storms in Haiti.

For updates on Christian Aid Week, please see our Facebook page or Twitter feed.

If you have any questions about Christian Aid Week, please feel free to email us.

Celebrating the royals!

Celebrating the royals!

Thank you to all of the parents who came to our wonderful royal picnic! It was extra special for all of the adults and children alike to be able to sit outside in the glorious sunshine and enjoy their fantastic lunch, made by the Scottish princess herself, Mrs Scott.

May the sun still shine for Meghan and Harry as they celebrate becoming husband and wife!  A different world to our every day world here at Wray, but still s spectacle for all to enjoy.

Here are 3 top fun facts about royal weddings for you:

Royals basically invented the white wedding dress

Queen Victoria, who married Prince Albert in 1840, first popularized the tradition of wearing a white wedding dress.

victoria and Albert were the first to have figurines on their wedding cake

Royals pioneered cake figurines

Victoria and Albert’s wedding cake was the first to be decorated with figures of the bride and groom on top. The two-tier cake was nine feet in diameter and weighed 300 lbs. And for more royal wedding coverage, here are 10 Secrets the Palace Doesn’t Want Meghan to Know. 

queen Elizabeth's wedding was radio broadcast to millions

Royals have always drawn a big crowd

When Princess Elizabeth married Philip Mountbatten on November 20, 1947, the ceremony was broadcast over the radio to 200 million people.

elizabeths dress was made with rationed fabric