Drury School is gearing up for its traditional Calf Club Day at the end of the month as children are busy raising lambs, kids, chickens and calves. The event has been a tradition since the 1950s, and sees children bring their pets to school and feed them at lunch time and care for them throughout the day. They are then expected to tell the judges how they cared for them. Students will also exhibit art and craft entries on the day which have been completed at school. Friends of Drury School also run the gala and organise events during the day as part of a major fundraiser for the year. These funds are used to provide the many extras in the school programme. The Drury School Calf Club Day is on Saturday, September 30 from 9am.