Lily Mae’s Story

Lily Mae is one of our gorgeous kindergarten students at HNPS. As you can see from the story below Shaun and Bessie have made a huge impact on Lily Mae as have the sheep!

This was written on Thursday afternoon ( Semester Celebration day) at home through her own initiative and brought into school on Friday. Thank you Lily, this is exactly why we are so happy to have been accepted into the Archibull competition, an excellent educational opportunity for our whole school community.

Written and Illustrated by Lily Mae

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11 Responses to Lily Mae’s Story

  1. What a wonderful story Thank you for sharing Lily Mae

  2. Bella Donn says:

    How cute, well done Lily.

  3. Faye says:

    Lily Mae loved the sheep shearing and me (her mum) getting up there to help shear the sheep!
    This was done off her own back as she just loved having the rams visit and come into the classroom. Awesome opportunities for HNPS!

  4. Peter and Eunice says:

    Well done Lily, a budding artist in the making with a story to tell! We are very proud of you. Grandma and granddad in England

  5. Charlotte Gaterell says:

    That’s my girl! Im a Very proud aunty! Well done lily artist Mae

  6. Bessie Young Farming Champion says:

    I love this! Lily Mae’s story made my week! Beautifully done.

  7. Lainey Conway says:

    i think they were smelly too.

  8. Christine Blore says:

    Great story and drawings Lilly Mae. I love sheep, especially the baby lambs. Thank you. ( Bessie’s

  9. Ava Stevo says:

    Lilly Mae, those drawings are so amazingly cute 🙂

  10. Jasmine says:

    I really love this story, Lily Mae!

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