How silently can you avoid your predator? This was the questioned posed to the pre prep boys and girls as a blind folded “predator” tried to catch them. In fact they weren’t silent at all – they were stamping their feet and I’m surprised the Head Master didn’t come along to investigate the excited yelling they were making! In the wet woodland, with the wind whistling in the trees, the children improved their spatial awareness and those blindfolded had to rely on their other senses, especially their hearing. There was not one complaint about the rain or wind, but there again, the children were dressed appropriately for the activity.
Life is always busy at Lockers Park and this is a snapshot of everything that has been going on.