Mrs Cador: June 2015
Linnea and Simeon say, 'Hello'.
Please enjoy the message below from Mrs Walton. It's lovely to hear that their move to Germany is going well. If anyone would like send them a message, please email school and we can forward it for you.
Simeon and Linnea are waving to you from the doorstep of their new home. And the river outside our home.
We hope that you are all well in Wrenbury. We are well but of course setting into a new school, abroad, and much bigger, with completely different routines and expectations, is not easy for the 3 children. Linnea took to her new school like a duck to the water — or that's the impression she gives. Simeon is up and down, he is missing his friends especially at break time. Football is out a the moment, it's too difficult to join them here somehow (he says they play a very rough game and I don't think he knows most of them yet). The school playground is concrete, and is much smaller than Wrenbury's although there are a great lot more children. On the other hand, the building, rooms, corridors, are much bigger and very modern.
Linnea is doing very well with her German reading and writing. And she says she has made a friend called Iva (Eeva). She wrote a letter back soon after arrival here. Has it arrived in Wrenbury?
Kind regards to everyone.
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