Pupils at Andover Primary School have had a busy few weeks - first holding their health week at the start of the month, followed by a Tea Party earlier this week.
During their health week, pupils learned how to make healthy sandwiches, and even got to try out sumo suits thanks to the local community policing team.
On Wednesday of this week, pupils organised a Tea Party for members of Contact the Elderly, grandparents and elderly friends.
The children have been learning how to make healthy sandwiches, cheese scones and various appetising cakes which were all available for the group to share with their visitors.
A big chocolate sponge was decorated by the children to resemble the Union Jack.
P4 pupil Ryan Longmuir had recently won the ‘Create a Sausage Competition’ and these have been produced by local butcher Gavin Brymer. Samples were shared with the guests and can be purchased from Brymer’s Butcher’s shop.
Entertainment was provided by singers and dancers in P3 and P4 and the Ukulele Group.
The group thoroughly enjoyed preparing for their visitors and chatting with them. The Celebration Cup-Cake Competition was won by Isla Keith, Alisha Tough and Abbie Reid.