Half-term

Half-term flew by! I enjoyed some time out with day trips to …..Hurst Castle

…..Tyntesfield

and to a few motorhome dealerships looking for our next Molly Motorhome. Nothing was bought but I think we have a good idea of what we’d like next.

Being in year 11 now means there’s no chance of a full half term with nothing to do for school. So, I completed all my homework, wrote revision notes, spent a lot of time thinking about my GCSE Music composition, visited church a few times to prepare for the final recording for the performance element of the Music exam and of course I did lots of piano and organ playing.

Half-term ended in rather a sad way, knowing with lockdown two coming there’ll be no choir for a few weeks. It’s great to be getting back to school to see friends, but I shall miss the choir family.

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