Heptonstall School

In Heptonstall, a rare species of hardy bee,

Survives each Winter in these Arctic climes

In a hive of purposeful, joyful community.

Each chilly morning, they all happily swarm,

Hugging their coats tight, to keep themselves warm,

Cocooned against the biting Pennine blast!

 

Children bring their pollen to this Winter hive,

To make Learning Honey, sustaining and sweet,

At a familiar, friendly, welcoming place,

A School, where Nature and Nurture meet.

◄ The Journeyman Joiner

William's First Nativity ►

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John Botterill

Fri 9th Dec 2022 08:00

Thanks Keith. No, they didn't mollie coddle us in those days, did they haha😂 Thanks for the like too, Holden.

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keith jeffries

Thu 8th Dec 2022 20:44

A poem which took me back to the nature rambles we enjoyed at school which took place irrespective of weather conditions.
Keith

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John Botterill

Thu 8th Dec 2022 20:41

Thanks for the like, Julie 👍

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John Botterill

Wed 7th Dec 2022 16:03

Thanks for the likes Leon, Stephen A, Stephen G and Nigel 😀👍 Thanks John, too.

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