Teddy bears and treats at playground picnic

PUBLISHED: 10:35 30 July 2015 | UPDATED: 10:35 30 July 2015

Teddy bears picnic  St Andrews School grounds, Congresbury.

Teddy bears picnic St Andrews School grounds, Congresbury.


PRIMARY schoolchildren were joined by some cuddly companions during a teddy bear’s picnic.

Teddy bears picnic  St Andrews School grounds, Congresbury.Teddy bears picnic St Andrews School grounds, Congresbury.

Pupils in nursery, reception and key stage one at St Andrew’s Primary School in Congresbury tucked into some delicious bites and nibbles at the picnic.

The children were joined by teachers, parents and grandparents to enjoy the afternoon, which was held in the school playground in Station Road.

In an online letter headteacher Neil Tuttiett said: “The progress our children make is a particular strength of our school.

“Giving that little bit extra has paid off right throughout the school.”

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