In the heart of childhood wonder, nestled within the walls of St. Edmunds Prep, Winnie the Pooh came to life in a flurry of honeyed sandwiches, songs, and the joyous exploration of one of literature’s most beloved characters. As the world celebrated Winnie the Pooh Day, St. Edmunds Prep embarked on a delightful journey through the Hundred Acre Wood, igniting the imaginations of its young learners and reminding us all of the timeless magic of A.A. Milne’s cherished creation.
In Form 2, students made honey sandwiches while learning about the history of Winnie the Pooh, discussing his character traits. Form 1 and 2 joined together to learn Winnie the Pooh songs accompanied by actions.
The day was filled with laughter as students engaged in these simple yet enjoyable activities. Through making honey sandwiches and singing songs, they explored the charm and lessons embedded in the world of Winnie the Pooh. The event highlighted the importance of nurturing imagination and fostering a love for literature among young learners.
As Winnie the Pooh Day concluded at St. Edmunds Prep, students departed with fond memories and a deeper appreciation for the timeless adventures of Pooh Bear and his friends.