Another Super Sunday was had by the Hazlegrove boarders. It started off with a thought provoking chapel by Mr Beverly where he talked about The Pharisee and the Tax Collector. A good life lesson came out of this parable emphasising that we should be humble and not self-serving. Mr Beverly did remind us that it was also a very special day for two reasons: the Summer Solstice and Father's Day. So I do hope some of you fathers will receive a card as I think that was the general theme of letter writing.
The excitement didn’t stop there, at 11:00 o’clock we set off to Weymouth. We were very fortunate that the weather was set fair and the boarders had an amazing time at the beach. Many of them were buried alive, quick cricket was popular and so was beach football. Running out and splashing in the sea was enjoyed by all. For the less adventurous simply lying on their towels and relaxing was sufficient enough activity.
We all enjoyed sausages and chips for lunch. It was delicious but the seagulls swarmed over us, so we had to be vigilant with guarding our lunch! Just before we set off we were treated to some ice cream. What a perfect way to end off a great day at the beach.
Exhausted from all the activity and the sea air most of the children feel asleep on the way back. When they woke up they were greeted with the amazing aroma of a roast dinner cooking.
Just another fun filled action packed Sunday at Hazlegrove!