We visit the Tate!

Last Thursday the children had the exciting opportunity of visiting The Tate Modern in London.
Perhaps our favourite exhibit was ‘Friday Night Bhuna’, an installation by German artist Hedwig Fritzen-Jodl.  The piece of art featured an obliterated toilet and several empty rolls of toilet paper. Apart from its visually striking nature, a lot of us found truth embedded in the installation, and I was cast back to a time in 2004 when I was briefly hospitalised after a bad kebab and hand-washed salad.

We rounded off the day with an ice cream sundae and lashings of ginger beer, after which we all got back on the coach and headed home. Unfortunately we left Michaela behind due to a miss calculation on the headcount. If anyone knows where she might be, I implore you to contact the school office at the earliest opportunity.



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