The Biscuit Stonehenge


Last week, the Prep III boys left school in the morning to participate in a football tournament at Manchester City.  Undeterred by their absence, the girls in the class sought to recreate the construction of Stonehenge in biscuits.

There are many theories as to why we think Stonehenge was built: that it was a prehistoric music venue; a burial ground for the wealthy classes; as a place of pilgrimage due to its healing qualities; as a computer for predicting eclipses of the sun and moon; a place of worship.

There were no such complications as to the purpose of this Stonehenge: clearly, it was to satisfy the hunger pangs of the Prep III girls who, it has to be said, took great delight in its construction.

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