Pupils slide to a wet play day

Pupils slide to a wet play day

Staff led by head Karen Riordan run a gauntlet of water pistols and wet sponges during the fun afternoon at Brimscombe Primary School to reward pupils for their hard work in gaining 5,000 team points for their learning. Picture by Michele Calverley

Two friends dry off in the blazing sun. Picture by Michele Calverley

As the afternoon wound down, children took part in a “calming down” activity which involved lying down and waving their hands and feet in the air. Picture by Michele Calverley

A boy plummets down the inflatable slide. Picture by Michele Calverley

Slip-sliding away on the slip and slide chute. Picture by Michele Calverley

Water-way to finish for the summer term. Picture by Michele Calverley

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CHILDREN enjoyed a cool reward for their hard work when a wet play afternoon was held on one of the hottest days of the year.

Whenever pupils at Brimscombe Primary School collectively earn a total of 5,000 team points for their learning, teachers organise a treat. Just before the end of term, the school got a soaking during the fun afternoon held on Thursday, July17. Activities included giant bubble blowing, a slip and slide chute, a splash and sprinkler zone and a water fight area.

Staff led by head Karen Riordan even ran a gauntlet of water pistols and wet sponges.


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