A special Mother’s Day lunch was held at a Kingsley primary school for a celebration of their efforts.
Kingsley St John’s CE Aided Primary School invited in pupils’ mothers and grandmothers for the meal on March 3.
School cook Karen Marron served up lasagne, salad and jacket potatoes followed by cherry crumble.
Headteacher Rachel Jones said: “This is now an annual tradition, but I think it is so important to ensure strong links of partnership.
“Being a mum is a special and privileged job and to have this opportunity to invite mothers and grandmothers into school to be spoiled with lunch is really important to the ethos and values at St John’s.”
Each mum was presented with a posie of flowers ‘to show they are appreciated’.
Year 3 pupil Jake Easton said: “I like inviting mums in for lunch because it gives them a break from their job.”
Year 2 pupil Edward Bjerkan said: “It’s nice to see your mum in the middle of the day.
“Normally you don’t see them all day and they might miss you, when you are at school.”
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