Digging deep for Nunnykirk
16 December 2010
The recent extreme snowy weather certainly posed some challenges for the school but with determination and effort we made the best of things. Many thanks go to Mr Mason (Andrew's grandad) who with his digger was able to clear the most affected parts of the drive.
This meant we were at least able to get up with 4-wheel drive cars and we organised a transport system picking up pupils from Longhorsley village and we were able to open for three days that week.
We were then able to fully open and kept going until the end of term to catch up - thanks to all parents who ensured that emailed work was done over the snowy period. Hopefully the worst of the extreme conditions are now over!
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