THESE adorable lambs have been bred by one of our Year 13 students, Emily Tomkins.
Emily, who joined King’s Ely in 2017, has her own flock of sheep, including 31 ewes who have so far given birth to 24 lambs.
Emily, who lives near King’s Lynn, Norfolk, and whose parents are both farmers, said: “I love looking after sheep and find breeding them each year a really rewarding process. I originally started with 6 ewes but then really enjoyed my first lambing, so decided to grow my flock.
“In total, I have 31 ewes, 16 of which I put with the tup this season. So far I have 24 lambs, but there could be a few more still to come!”