Miss Carter: June 2015
We've got a lot to celebrate in Base 3!
Firstly, most of our children have now earned their pens and they are ecstatic about it!...Have a look at the picture to see for yourselves! The small group of children shown have just earned their pen this week. Well done to all of those children who have worked hard on their handwriting, presentation and carefully thinking before writing. They do realise, however, that they must keep up this standard and effort to maintain ownership of their pens! :D
Also, a massive well done to Jasmine and Heather who have received confirmation of their pass (Jasmine) and merit (Heather) results from their ballet exams recently. We are very proud of you!
Another congratulations to Aoife, who has done very well at her gymnastics competition at the weekend-great to hear!
It is lovely to hear of all the children's ongoing achievements so please keep bringing in your medals, badges, and certificates to show us all.
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