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On Thursday we went to Cookworthy with Eddy our travelling teddy. First we went to the roundhouse and talked. Years 2 and 3 knew some stuff about the Celtics; I was in charge of Eddy.
Then we split up in to groups years two and three stayed in the round house and made name necklaces. While years 4 and 5 found animals foot prints, then we had lunch. After lunch our roundhouse teacher made us sweet potato and parsnips.
Next years 2 and 3 had to find animal foot prints we found lots of animal foot prints.
This is when the fun started, there were lots of pictures of taken of me and Eddy. I think Eddy had such a good time as he was so tired when we got back to school and I had a good time.
Mrs Southam (year 2&3 Teacher) brought me to the prep school car park to meet the form captain Jamie to take me to Fenton. I found out that Fenton is in Stoke on Trent. By the way my name is Eddy the Edgehill bear. I got there by mini bus. I stopped for tea at the services in Bristol.
I had chips from KFC.
After I finished my chips I went to get a drink.
Then it was off to get some sweets.
I wanted a book to read
It was 10pm and stopped for the night at a travel lodge, the journey took us about 5 hours, and I had a sore bottom after sitting on the hard seat. I went to sleep with my friends
In the morning I went to Miss Venners room for my breakfast, I had a bread roll and a cereal bar with some juice. We got changed for a gymnastics competition. I went with Jamie in Miss Venners minibus. At 9am Jamie and the rest of the boys had their warm up. I went with boys when they marched onto the floor I watched while the boys competed on the vault and the floor.
And I managed to sneak a go on the vault
I also went round the girls from Edgehill. After the competition we had to wait for the results Joe Taylor-Richards came 6th and the under 11 boy’s team came 5th. The under 11 girls got silver and the under 9 girls came 6th.
Then it was time to go home with everyone. I went to sleep on the minibus. At the services Jamie got a new friend for me on the way back to Edgehill. In the morning I went back to school to meet the rest of the class, but first I tried Jamie’s blazer on, but it was too big for me.
Hi my name is Eddy. I am the new Travelling Bear for class 2& 3 at Edgehill College, Bideford. I am very lucky to live in the beautiful countryside of North Devon, England, within a few short miles of a wonderful beach. I am looking forward to having many adventures and being able to share them all with you. My class are very lucky and they do lots of exciting things and I am looking forward to accompanying them to many events. I have already been on my first outing to a gymnastics competition and Jamie our Form Captain will be helping me to write about my first big adventure, watch this space.