So this post takes us up to the end of the spring term. It wasn't a particularly eventful period of time but here is the round-up - actually, that's a lie - my students were productive and brilliant!!
Down to some clever planning our art trip only took up half of our half term so some family stuff could happen too - a trip to the coast for us 3.
And of course someone had to have a climb
Whilst we sat and pretended the sunshine was actually warm!
Hanging out with little friends was on the cards too and tons of fun was had burying an Ivan on the sofa!
There was also jumping from giant tubes
My 10 and me went back to Tate to work in their "factory"
The work wear was super sexy!
So much so, Charlie wore his home!
Ready to clock on!
All will be revealed......
Silly time - well you have to have a bit of light relief in our job, or you would, to be perfectly honest, sometimes cry!
The Roald Dahl practice shoots went well even if Molly didn't love being force-fed chocolate!
Really though they are just a bunch of animals!!
It was my birthday and even better than it being on a Saturday - immediately followed by Mother's day, I had the Friday off with some colleagues to go to London to see the Vogue exhibition at the NPG - GO AND SEE IT!! Sadly photos were not allowed - did manage a sneaky couple though!
A trip to Marylebone High Street for a gander
A bonus gallery and a chance for Helen, Amanada and Deborah to pose!
A lovely day ended at Ping Pong - Paul savouring his prosecco!
When I have a birthday now I am no longer allowed to open my own presents or wear my own ribbons!
Birthday breakfast in bed - at this point it is unclear as to whose birthday it is!
Art staffroom message
Birthday flowers from Deborah and Charmian - lovely morning welcome to my desk!
Tool box visitor - amazing how many students have mistaken him for a spanner!
3D workshop points of interest - this was made by Charlie
After work Babyccino
Space invader project outcomes