B Cador: December 2015
Dear Everyone who wrote to Simeon and Linnea.
A great THANK YOU for your nice letters. We were very happy and excited when they arrived. By the sound of what you'd written you'd read the email we sent you in the summer — many of you mentioned pools.
Linnea and Sim sat down straight away to answer the letters but Lin couldn't manage quite so many. So here's a Christmas card that she has written to you all, and perhaps she'll finish the letters at some point.
You will be preparing for your nativity plays and singing lots and lots. Wish we there to join in.
Here they also sing lots, even English carols! We are leading them with the English ones and they are doing really well. their performances and class parties (with parents, but no games) are this week.
We hope that all the new teachers have settled in well and that you continue to be a happy school family.
Please say 'hello' to Mr Eaton from us. A special 'hello' to all the bus children!
Have a very happy Christmas and a lovely start to the New Year!
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