Snippets of News

Birmingham School Games Hockey Tournamet


Some of our hockey players displaying their skills.

20 September 2016

14 children from Years 5 and 6 competed in the Birmingham School Games KS2 Hockey Tournament on 20th September 2016 at Small Heath School.

Holy Family were split into two teams; Team 1 and Team 2.

Team 1: Team 1 showed a competitive edge but not quite the winning mentality to draw all three of their opening games. However they turned their fortunes around and won their last match of the day.

Team 2: Team 2 fared slightly better, winning two, drawing one and losing only one of their group stages matches. Thanks to their record, Holy Family (Team 2) progressed to the semi final heat, where they put in a battling performance but were pipped to the final by a last gasp winner from the opposing side.

Well done to all children involved - a sterling performance in the hockey and behaviour.

St Paul's Feast Day


Year 2 celebrating St Paul.

29 June 2016

Year 2 celebrated the Feast Day of their class saint – St. Paul.

They created prayers and art work based on their class motto: 'Faith, hope and love, these three; but the greatest of these is love.'

They completed a quiz about St. Paul and had a party in the afternoon.

Year 2 Visit the Life Caravan


Year 2 in the Life Caravan.

29 June 2016

In the life caravan, the children in Year 2 talked about the different feelings of people going to a party. They talked about how we can change other people’s feelings.

They finished their session by singing a song with Harold.

Year 2 Inspire Workshop - Celebrating Differences


Year 2's colourful masks.

7 June 2016

Year 2 parents came to a meeting with Mrs O’Driscoll and Mrs Lloyd to learn about things which can affect children’s learning and how children can be different.

After this, Year 2 joined them and listened to a story about Woodfer and Bramble – two squirrels who are very different. Woodfer is quiet and likes his own space and Bramble likes to chat and be around others. They talked about how we are all different.

To celebrate our differences, the children made colouring masks with their parents.

School Games KS2 Cricket Tournament


Our Key Stage 2 cricketers.

14 April 2016

Ten children from Years 4, 5 and 6 competed in the Birmingham School Games KS2 Cricket tournament on 14th April 2016 at Oasis Academy Hobmoor.

The children played two initial league games and emerged victorious in both:

League Match 1: 252 runs (Started on 200)
League Match 2: 231 runs (Started on 200)

Thanks to their two victories, Holy Family progressed to the semi final heat, where they put in a battling performance but eventually succumbed to their only loss of the day, just as the rain started to pour.

Semi Final Match: 221 runs (Started on 200)

Thanks to the children's work ethic and sporting image, Holy Family were given two 'Respect' badges, a core trait of the School Games' oath. Certificates and badges were handed out in celebration assembly.

Well done to all children involved, a sterling performance in the cricket and in behaviour.

Anneli Dance Workshops


The children enjoying the dance workshop.

26 February 2016

Kelly and Rachel from Anneli Education came in to work with each of the classes.

They created a dance with the classes to coincide with their themes ready for the teachers to continue in their following PE lessons.

Health For Life Award


Receiving our award from the Mayor.

26 January 2016

On Tuesday 26th January Holy Family Catholic school was awarded the Health for Life award.

Mrs King, Mrs Lloyd and four children went to the council house in Birmingham to meet the Mayor and collect this lovely plaque.

We received this as we have engaged pupils to adopt healthier, active lifestyles and have included it into our creative curriculum. This focus has been on healthy eating and cooking skills, growing food, physical activity and family involvement.

Father Hudson’s Good Shepherd Appeal


Good Shepherd assembly.

22 January 2016

Today we had a visitor in our assembly who came to tell us all about the work of the Father Hudson charity.

We learnt about how we can help to raise money for this charity over Lent.

Year 3 and 4 Tennis Competition


Budding Wimbledon champions.

21 January 2016

Four children from Years 3 and 4 took part in a local school competition at Billesley tennis club.

The team played really well and because of this they received an award for team spirit and respect.

Go Orange for Muscular Dystrophy


We've been tango-ed!

22 December 2015

Today we wore orange to raise money for Muscular Dystrophy UK – a charity very close to the school’s heart.

Mrs Young visited us in assembly and told us about the fantastic work the charity does.

We raised £100!

Carol Singing


Singing in the aisles!

16 December 2015

Today the choir and extras went to Asda to spread some festive joy by singing Christmas carols.

Year of Mercy


Listening to a message from the Bishop.

8 December 2015

Today we launched the Year of Mercy with an assembly.

During this assembly we listened to a message from the Bishop.

Festive Jumper Day


Look at our festive jumpers!

4 December 2015

Today the whole school raised money for the Queen Elizabeth Hospital by bringing £1 into school and wearing our festive jumpers.

Remembrance Day

11 November 2015

On Wednesday morning the whole school gathered together to remember those that died in the wars; the school stopped at 11 am for a two minute silence.

One of our pupils, Zarin from Year 5, shared an appropriate poem that she had written, so that we could all think about the sacrifices that had been made.

A Visit from our Member of Parliament


Jess Phillips, our MP, speaks to the children.

23 October 2015

Today we had a visitor in assembly – Jess Phillips, our local Member of Parliament.

She came to tell us all about her job and what she does to help people who live in our constituency. She told us about the Houses of Parliament and what happens during debates. She also helped to launch our ‘Take Over Day’ which will happen in November.

Sifa Fireside Visit


Our visit to Sifa Fireside.

23 October 2015

On Friday 23rd October, children and parents visited Sifa Fireside, a Birmingham based charity improving health and inclusion for homeless people.

The children of Holy Family School demonstrated their generosity by donating food supplies, which were collected as part of their Harvest Festival Community Fundraising.

During the visit, the families were given a brief tour of the building and they witnessed what was in involved in supporting the most vulnerable adults in our society. These gifts were gratefully received by the organization and the children discovered that their contributions would make a difference to so many individuals now and in the future.

Football at Small Heath School


Our talented footballers.

5 October 2015

Our Year 3 and 4 footballers represented the school in a 5 a side completion on Monday 5th October at Small Heath Secondary School.

They did an extremely good job in representing Holy Family. They were recognised for their high level of conduct towards themselves and others and given medals for this wonderful achievement.

Summer Fayre

9 July 2015

On Thursday 9th July we had a spectacular summer fayre. Everyone enjoyed it the children, parents and teachers. Many people participated and attended and the weather was beautiful.

We had many stalls and activities such as:

  • Hook-a-duck
  • Guess the sweets in the jar
  • Name the bear
  • Tombola
  • Raffle
  • An incredible bouncy castle
  • Penalty shoot out
  • Chocolate fountain
  • And were also selling DVDs, books, stationary, sweets and many other goods.

I also got a few quotes from my classmates "It was a fantastic first and last summer fayre," Zishaan said. We all enjoyed it especially the Year 6 children because for us it was the last fundraising event.

by Umar, Year 6 Journalist

Visitors from Birds Bush School Council

9 July 2015

On Thursday 9th July, Birds Bush school council came to visit. Both school councils discussed what they have done in the past to improve their school and what they would do in the future to make their school and our school a better place to learn.

We organised an assembly especially for Bird Bush, even though we don’t usually have an assembly on Thursday. We also explained that we are an anti bulling school and we treat each other as we would like to be treated.

We enjoyed a healthy school lunch together then played on the trim trail.

They loved coming to our school and we hope that we do something similar again. This has made our bond between the schools stronger and we hope that we were good hosts.

by Hassan, Year 6 Journalist

KS2 Trip to Conkers


Having fun at Conkers.

8 July 2015

On the 8th of July KS2 went to the end of year trip to Conkers in Derby. Conkers is an expedition helping you to experience nature in its own form and develop teamwork.

Conkers included a range of activities no matter the weather as they involved a variety of outdoor and indoor exercises and games.

With Conkers even lunch was fun as you got to sit in adventurous places or eat with the friendly ducks.

There were two adventure playgrounds (one inside the other out). The indoor playground was themed on forest as the outside was a general playground to have fun.

At Conkers we participated in a mini tour on a train ride across a section of their huge area, even the disabled got to ride the train as the train had their own section for them.

Conkers made learning fun as they include fun facts in the most exiting places children would like to go for example: the adventure playground and the fun facts area.

At Conkers we took part in the construction activity and made wooden scooters and got to ride them!

Over all Conkers was an amazing place to learn and have fun!

by Zahra, Year 6 Journalist

School Council Visit Bird's Bush Primary School


School Council members at Bird's Bush Primary School.

2 July 2015

On Thursday 2nd July, our School Councillors visited Bird's Bush Primary School in Staffordshire.

Both schools have been twinned together in order to learn about different regions in the West Midlands and to find our similarities and differences.

Miss L Guilder from Bird's Bush is in charge of their school council and Mrs J Lloyd is in charge of Holy Family's School Council.

During our visit we had a tour of the school and we were amazed at how much grass and fields they had! We visited lots of classrooms where they made us feel welcome by singing songs or reciting poetry to us.

We took part in one of their school assemblies where children received certificates just like they do at Holy Family School.

We look forward to welcoming them to Holy Family School next Thursday.

Speaking and Listening Workshop


Parents and children working together.

25 June 2015

On Thursday 25th June the whole school took part in an amazing speaking and listening workshop. Many parents attended which was nice of them.

We had many activities going on in the school like cooking, science, puppet pals, sports challenges and many, many more.

This experience is different from our usual educational workshops and this was extremely fun and exciting for not only the children, but the adults too.

This event was a great success and the school hopes to plan another one. Thank you to all the parents who partook in this inspire workshop. This was a very fun event for all children, parents, carers and teachers.

This event was a great success!

by Afeefah, Journalist

School Council's Trip to Parliament

19 June 2015

On Friday 19th June 2015 School Council went on a stunning trip to the House of Parliament.

We went on a train to London then we took the tube to Green Park where we sat on the benches to eat our lunches the school provided us with. The School council said, This is the best trip in the history of visits!”

Then we walked to the House of Parliament. After that we met our education teacher, Damien who showed us around the building of Parliament. We liked the House of Commons however we discovered we liked the House of Lords better although we weren’t allowed to sit down on the seats (which was annoying).

Tahmed exclaimed, “It is a once in a lifetime opportunity!” We as a School council were very lucky to go on this expedition. As a school council member I am very grateful to go to this trip.

by Ahmad, Year 6 Journalist and School Council Vice-Chair

Year 6 at the Mad Museum


On the chain ferry at Stratford.

16 June 2015

On Tuesday 16th June Year 6 visited the MAD museum in Stratford-upon-Avon as part of their Science curriculum.

We looked at some amazing creations engineered out of various materials, we even got a chance to create our own! Check out an invention that some of the boys worked on here (external link).

To top it off we got to cross the River Avon on the oldest chain ferry in the UK and had lunch in the park!

Thank you to Miss Walker for organising this trip.

Islam Presentation


Our pupils giving their presentation on Islam.

15 June 2015

On Monday 15th June Holy Family children were invited to St. Gerard’s School to talk to their Year 5 children about Islam.

Our pupils prepared an amazing presentation and spoke so confidently about their faith.

All at St. Gerard’s were really impressed and we were incredibly proud. Well done!

Tag Rugby Competition


Tag Rugby competitors.

9 June 2015

On Tuesday 9th June, we took a group of our Year 5 and 6 children to represent Holy Family in a local Tag Rugby competition to play against other schools.

Despite not having much experience in playing Tag Rugby they played some great rugby and won two of their games.

Well done to all of those children involved.

Cricket Tournament


Our cricketers.

8 June 2015

On Monday 8th June a team of Cricketers went to Solihull Blossomfield Cricket Club to represent Holy Family in cricket tournament arranged by Warwickshire CCC.

The boys competed fantastically well and demonstrated excellent sporting attitudes. Well done boys.

Enabling Enterprise Challenge Day


Enabling Enterprise participants.

5 June 2015

On Friday 5th June Years 3, 4 and 6 took part in an exciting Enabling Enterprise day.

The day started with an assembly to launch the challenge then continued throughout the day with classes forming different political parties. Each party worked on their ideas to make the country better and pitched them to the rest of the class to win votes.

Through the process children experienced and learned a great deal about the principles of Democracy.

Year 6 trip to Drayton Manor


Year 6 at a quiet Drayton Manor.

18 May 2015

On Monday 18th May Year 6 went to Drayton Manor to celebrate finishing our SATs.

Everyone enjoyed it, the majority of us liked these two particular rides: Storm Force 10 and the Buffalo. Unfortunately, we all got completely drenched but the main thing was that we found it really fun and enjoyable.

Despite the wet and murky weather we all still enjoyed this magnificent trip. The good thing about the rain however, was that there were no queues. No queues in Drayton manor!

by Afeefah, Year 6 Journalist

Stick Insect


Oak, the stick insect.

15 May 2015

Oak, one of Year 5's pet stick insects, shed his skin last night and has grown about a cm since yesterday.

Isn't he getting big!

The other 4 have got some catching up to do now!

Enabling Enterprise at Aston University


Children at Aston University.

28 April 2015

Ten Year 3 and ten Year 6 children went to Aston University to work with the Enabling Enterprise team.

They worked in mixed teams with children from another school to design a business card for Aston University.

The winning team was 'Neat 'n' tidy'.

Anti-Bullying Production


Anti-Bullying production at school.

27 April 2015

On the 27th April we welcomed Firehouse Productions into Holy Family to share with the school their production of 'Sticks and Stones'.

This focussed on many of the issues around bullying including name calling and cyber bullying.

The children really enjoyed the production and are now even more confident with what to do if they see bullying happening.

Year 6 Explore Aston Hall


Year 6 at Aston Hall.

15 April 2015

On Wednesday 15th April we (Year 6) went to Aston Hall it was terrifying and quite spooky.

Although we really enjoyed it, inside were some very scary rooms. Aston Hall really does have some paranormal activity.

The first owner of Aston Hall, Sir Thomas Holte was famous for his bad-temper. We heard some very interesting stories there but we don’t want to give too much away.

We were all very scared, if you go you’ll have nightmares about it for the rest of your life.

by Umar, Year 6 Journalist

Teachers Working with Sports Coaches


Teachers and Coaches working together.

15 April 2015

Teachers have been working alongside our Sports Coaches throughout the Spring Term to help the children develop their Gymnastic skills.

Each class worked on creating some fantastic sequences with expert guidance.

Jaguar Challenge


The Jaguar challengers.

13 April 2015

On Monday 13th April Aamer from Jaguar Landrover came to work with our Jaguar challenge after-school club to offer some engineering advice before our big regional final competition.

Sponsored Skip for the British Heart Foundation


Getting ready to skip.

26 March 2015

On Thursday 26th March we raised money for the British Heart Foundation.

We all participated in it by skipping and asking for sponsors.

In the afternoon, our sports coaches came in to check how many times we could skip in 30 seconds. We all did very well and raised around £800, some of which we hope to put towards buying a school defibrillator.

by Umar, Year 6 Journalist

Easter Bonnet Parade


Colourful Easter bonnets.

25 March 2015

On Wednesday 25th March we came together as a school to celebrate our annual Easter Bonnet Parade.

We had some wonderful creations from all the classes and great support from our parents.

Well done to our eventual overall winner – Nishat from Year 2.

Football Tournament


Our gallant footballers.

24 March 2015

On Tuesday 24th March Football Team competed in the quarter finals of the HMS Shield Birmingham Cup.

Our team tried their absolute hardest but unfortunately they lost out to a very good Oratory Team.

We couldn’t have asked for anymore, they were so determined that they were drenched with sweat by the end!

Science Club Liquid Experiments


Liquid experiments in Science Club.

24 March 2015

On Tuesday 24th March the children in Key Stage 2 continued their fantastic work in their Science Club.

This week they focussed on investigating different types of liquids.

School Twinning Project

19 March 2015

We are pleased to announce that Holy Family are going to be linked with a school in Staffordshire, called Bird’s Bush Primary School. You can see their website at www.birdsbush.staffs.sch.uk (external link).

This project will involve the school councils from each school in the first instance.

Year 5 at the Thinktank


Year 5 pupils at the Thinktank.

17 March 2015

On Tuesday 17th March, as part of Science and Engineering week, Year 5 enjoyed a great visit to Birmingham Thinktank Science Museum.

We explored all the different areas, learned loads about different areas of science, investigated solids, liquids and gases in the lab and got wet in the science garden.

What a great day!

Animals in Hand Workshop


Children stroke the chinchilla.

16 March 2015

On Monday 16th March, Key Stage 2 had an Animals in Hand workshop as part of Science week.

We learned how to classify animals into vertebrate and invertebrate. We then had an opportunity to touch and hold animals from some of the different classification groups. These included a snake, a preying mantis, a scorpion, a lizard and a chinchilla.

Bloodhound Project


Designing our cars.

13 March 2015

On Friday 13th of March 2015 our Jaguar challenge teams from Year 6 and 5 went to the Aston School of Engineering to find out more about the Bloodhound project.

First, we looked at how the car will be made and looked and felt at the materials of the car.

Next, we made cars out of Kinex and raced them the girls team (wonder women) won! The team will have their names on the Blood hound car how exciting!

After that, we tried out 3D printing by cutting out pieces of foam and sticking them together. The machine was really fast and skilled but sadly we will never own one because they cost a fortune!

Over all the project was really fun and interesting and we will look forward if we have another amazing opportunity to go again.

by Zahra H, Year 6 Journalist

Wow Science and Engineering Assembly


Wow Science Assembly.

13 March 2015

On Friday 13th March the whole school enjoyed a 'Wow' science assembly to kick off Science and Engineering Week.

Cool Pete showed us lots of fun and engaging science experiments, including a couple of explosions!

School Council Joint Meeting


School Councillors in action.

12 March 2015

On Thursday 12th March the School Councils of Holy Family and St. Bernadette’s came together for their first joint council meeting.

The main item on the agenda was to discuss ways in which we could make a real positive difference to our shared Parish and Community.

Fantastic ideas were shared and discussed, some of which will be shared with Father Phillip at our next meeting.

Year 3 Inspire Workshop


Parents working with Year 3.

10 March 2015

On Tuesday 10th March Year 3 welcomed their parents into school to work with them on a fantastic Inspire Workshop based on internet safety and reading comprehension skills.

Thank you to all parents for your support.

Holy Communion Meeting


Parents joined the children at school.

10 March 2015

On Tuesday 10th March we welcomed in parents into school to work with their children who will be making their First Holy Communion this Summer.

Sister Maura also helped with some of the activities as the children prepared for their special sacrament.

World Book Day


Dressed up for World Book Day.

5 March 2015

On Thursday 5th March Holy Family enjoyed a fantastic World Book Day. To celebrate this everyone came to school dressed as their favourite book character, including Miss Johnson as Willy Wonka!

The children took part in various book day activities throughout the day such as reading with younger buddies and listening to stories from famous authors.

Thank you to Mrs King for all her hard work organising this.

Year 4's Construction Challenge at Birmingham Library

4 March 2015

On the 4th March, ten of our Year 4 children visited Birmingham Library for an exciting day of team building and tackling of challenges. Two of our boys were part of the winning team that designed and built the best bridge.

The children were a credit to Holy Family. Well done!

You can read more about it on the Enabling Enterprise website (external link).

Year 5 Villa Vitality


Year 5 at Villa Park.

3 March 2015

Year 5 had a great day on 3rd March at Villa Park. We toured the stadium, created a radio broadcast promoting healthy living, worked out in the gym and made some tasty salad.

It was a fantastic day!.

Year 2 Meet the Animal Man


Making animal friends.

27 February 2015

On Friday 27th February, as part of their topic work, Year 2 welcomed the Animal Man into school to look at a range of nocturnal animals.

The children had a great time meeting the different animals and finding out lots of facts to help with their writing.

The Importance of Lent


Father Phillip talks about Lent.

26 February 2015

On Thursday 26th February Fr Phillip came into school to speak to the children about the importance of Lent.

He spoke about how we should follow the example of Jesus and think about others less fortunate than ourselves during this time.

Science Club Begins


Children in Science Club.

24 February 2015

On Tuesday 24th February our wonderful new Science club started.

The children had great fun building their rockets and then launching them on the school playground! Next week is 'Cool Crystals' and the group are eagerly waiting to find out what they will learn and do next.

KS1 Drama Club


Drama skills on show.

24 February 2015

On Tuesday 24th February our Key Stage 1 children enjoyed their first Drama session with Miss Ryan.

The children took part in lots of different activities and demonstrated some wonderful speaking and listening skills.

Year 4 Visited the Synagogue


Year 4 at the Synagogue.

9 February 2015

On 9th February, Year 4 visited the central synagogue in Birmingham.

We were taken into the main prayer room where we got to see a torah, bimah, everlasting light, ark and a yad which are important Jewish artefacts. We also learned about Jewish traditions and about the life of a Jew.

The visit was very interesting and enjoyable.

Celebrating Mass with the Parish


Parishioners join us at school.

4 February 2015

Today we celebrated Mass in the school hall with the parishioners. The theme of the Mass was the Holy Family and we especially remembered Sister Maura.

After Mass the parishioners and Father Philip enjoyed a cup of tea and a piece of cake with staff and governors.

Some of the parishioners commented after Mass:

"It’s lovely to be in school and share Mass with the children. It’s lovely to have a cup of tea."

"It’s nice to see the children participate in Mass."

Music For Youth Concert


The concert at Symphony Hall.

2 February 2015

On 2nd February, Year 3 and 4 went on a trip to the Symphony Hall for a 'Music for Youth' Concert.

The concert allowed us to experience live music performed by a range of young musicians in the concert hall. We listened to orchestras, drummers, choirs, violinists and jazz bands and we were encouraged of join in at different parts.

We really enjoyed the visit.

SEND Parents' Workshop


Parents and pupils discuss SEND.

30 January 2015

On Friday 30th January a group of parents and pupils, together with our SEN governor, joined a workshop to look at the Special Educational Needs and Disabilities section of our school website.

Their comments and ideas were very useful. We are now working towards making some changes to the website.

Explore Learning


Exploring maths problems.

22 January 2015

On Thursday 22nd January 'Explore Learning' came to visit us in Year 5.

We took part in some problem solving involving measures and fractions. It was tricky, but we preserved and found the answers!

Indoor Tennis Competition


A future tennis superstar?

11 December 2014

On Thursday 11th December Holy Family took part in an indoor tennis tournament against 10 other schools.

Despite the standard being incredibly high, two pupils from Year 6 together with two from Year 5 played fantastic tennis to finish second overall.

They were a credit to the school.

Archbishop Ilsley Maths Challenge


Competing in the maths challenge.

10 December 2014

On Wednesday 10th December four of our excellent mathematicians from Year 5 and Year 6 competed against eight other schools in Archbishop Ilsley's annual Primary Maths Challenge.

They had to take part in rounds such as Blockbusters and Catchphrase along with working together to create a Dodecahedron from pieces of A4 card.

Well done to the four of our pupils for representing the school so well.

Year 6 Visit Birmingham's New Library


Year 6 at the new Library in Birmingham.

22 October 2014

On Wednesday 22nd October our Year 6 children visited Birmingham Library.

This trip was a part of the activities that Holy Family have been taking part in as part of Book Week celebrations.

The children got a chance to read some of their favourite books and enjoyed lunch on the rooftop terrace.

Year 4 Visit Small Heath Library


Learning about Mary Seacole at Small Heath Library.

22 October 2014

On Wednesday 22th October, during No Pen Day, Year 4 visited Small Heath Library.

We were given a tour of the Library and were told how to become a member. We then had a chance to choose some books to read in the children's corner.

The librarian then read us a story before taking us into another room to watch a short documentary about Mary Seacole, as it is Black History Month.

We really enjoyed our visit.

Year 5's Citizenship Workshop


Year 5 learn about Citizenship.

29 September 2014

On Monday 29th September, Year 5 took part in a workshop all about the importance of Citizenship.

Year 4 Maths Inspire Workshop


Children and families working together.

23 September 2014

On Tuesday 23rd September Year 4 welcomed their parents into school to work with them on some Maths problems using our new visual calculation policy.

Free the Children


Working with Jacob from Free the Children.

22 September 2014

On Monday 22nd September we had a very special visitor into school.

Jacob from Free the Children spoke to the whole school about children who are hungry and less fortunate than us and then worked with Year 5 to come up with an action plan to raise awareness and money for children across the world.

Year 6 Bikeability


Year 6 learning about bike safety.

22 September 2014

During the week beginning 22nd September 2014, Year 6 have been working on their bike skills learning to safely ride their bikes on the road.

Warwickshire County Cricket Finals


Members of the cricket team.

17 March 2014

On the 17th March Holy Family competed against other regional winners in the Warwickshire County Cricket Final.

The standard of cricket was extremely high and the boys did fantastically well to come third overall.

The boys were a credit to the school, demonstrating great attitudes and sportsmanship. We are extremely proud of them, well done!

Parents Join Children for Lunch


Parents and children sharing lunch together.

5 November 2013

During the last week in October, parents joined their children for lunch to enjoy food prepared by Mrs Burgundy and Mrs Flynn.

Everyone enjoyed their lovely cooked dinners!