Christ College pupils awoke this morning to the first fall of snow for this academic year.
For some of our international pupils this has been their first experience of snow and many excited faces could be seen around the campus along with quite a few selfie sticks and mobile phones.
The snow was not as severe as forecast with only minor disruption to games activities while staff wait for the snow to disappear. St Nicholas House invited the Head, Mrs Emma Taylor, to judge the winning snowman amongst the many built outside this morning.
With rain forecast this evening everyone has made the most of this first fall of the white stuff and it has only highlighted the beauty of the Christ College campus.
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