A Message from Reuben
Today, we delve into the festive spirit with our theme “Joyful Traditions.” While we sometimes ponder the deeper questions in life during our humanities lessons, today, let’s chat about the simple yet powerful traditions that knit our school community together.
Traditions aren’t relics of the past; they’re the living, breathing soul of our school. From the uproarious cheers during our annual sports day to the quiet reflection in our Drop Everything And Read (DEAR) sessions, each tradition tells a tale of who we are. It’s the thread that binds us, creating a rich tapestry of shared experiences.
Now, let’s unveil the first Christmas card design—a visual representation of the joy we find in our traditions. It’s not just a piece of art; it’s a snapshot of the spirit that makes Prospect School a place like no other.
Why did Santa decide to learn music? Because he wanted to improve his wrapping skills!
Before I sign off, let’s acknowledge the talented designer of this card from Hayden in 8. Your creativity truly brings our traditions to life.
May the joy of our traditions resonate with you as we kick off this Christmas Card Reveal Series.