Mrs McGhie: May 2016
A huge 'WELL DONE' to all our Year 6's! You made it through SATs week! All of you should be congratulated for your super effort and attitude in completing your papers. You all tried your very best and myself and Mrs Cador are proud of you. We were very lucky with the weather today so that we could get out and enjoy a celebratory rounders match. We still have lots to do before the end of the year, so keep up the effort in preparation for high school.
Enjoy your weekend (homework free for this week!) and get outside, enjoy the fresh air and play!
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