Outreach outrage…

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Here’s a picture of me having an argument with Mrs Witch, whilst those pesky kids from Mile Oak school up the road write lots of stories about things going wrong for me. Mrs Witch tells me it’s good for their education but I think it’s a downright liberty.

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Meanwhile, that annoying little fairy and smelly water rat appear to be finding it all a bit of a giggle:

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That thorn in my backside Jon Mills, sowed the seeds of disrespect in the first place –

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…and now I’m left having to pick up the pieces.

Still, I’m getting on very well with the Iron Man and his banana straightening machine – we have spent many evenings discussing the benefits of hydraulics over hammers, and as for that Wizard and Rabbit double act – it gets me every time….

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Thanks to Kristin McClement for the photos!

60 kids in the shed!! The one by the pink pylon!

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Mr Watt welcomed 60 children from Hertford Infants to his shed… well, when I say welcomed, I should say his back was turned.

The shed by the pink pylon - you know the one

The shed by the pink pylon – you know the one

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Lots of metal bits bent and bashed and welded

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Reading and sketching (and eating of apples) out in the yard:

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And waving good-bye before Mr Watt realises what on earth is going on!

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And then off to see the Ghost Train:

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All done! Phew!

 

See The school trip blog on:

https://kingfisherclassblog.wordpress.com/2015/03/10/school-trip-photos-jon-mills-studio-train-and-station/