One hundred Melton South Primary School prep pupils have celebrated 100 days of learning.
There were plenty of fun activities to mark the milestone last Wednesday, prep teacher Sandy Hawkins said.
“We counted 100 things, made necklaces with 100 fruit loops, each of them had to bring in a collection of 100 things.
“And they also made crowns, which said ‘I’m 100 days smarter’.
“The five and six-year-olds were really excited about the day, and to see how far they’d come since the start of first term.
“The celebrations give them a chance to reflect on how much they’ve learned.”