B Cador: March 2020
Yesterday was International Day of Happiness! So we made our last day in school, for a while, a fun day with big smiles! From singing Spring Chicken, to fun on a field, even the farmer's muck spreader brought joy to our youngsters who are 'into anything farming' and saw them running to have a look! Our depleted Year Sixers were given a huge round of applause and told that they will get their end of year celebrations once we're all back together again — they can't and won't miss out! Enjoy the photos...and...
a huge thank you to Sarah Goodwin and Lesley Midwinter who put together games/jigsaws for families to take home and for sharing out the chocolate donations — at Wrenbury chocolate always brings a smile! Thank you to Joe Kelly for the amazing cardboard boxes we requested.
Thank you for your offers of help — all have been very much appreciated. Thank you for your messages of support — they have kept up going and mean a lot to the Wrenbury Team. Thank you!
Dear Bessa and the team,
Well this email bought a little tear to my eye! So heartfelt and well written.
I just wanted to thank you and the entire Wrenbury School team for everything you have done over the last week to help us all get through this very difficult time.
You've done nothing but put the children and families first. I'm sure you've all had some very late and sleepless nights but you've not once faltered. The communication has been excellent and totally confidence inspiring.
The team have done a fantastic job at pulling the learning packs together at such short notice.
As parents we thank you enormously for continuing to provide a provision for our vulnerable children and critical working families, having to put your own families aside without any choice.
The children will miss you all hugely and I'm sure they will be incredibly eager to get back to School in months to come! But for now we will make sure we enjoy the quality time as a family.
Thank you again for everything you have done — What an amazing school we have!
See you on the other side!
Just a quick email to say I know you personally will be feeling sad, tired, stressed and a bit helpless in the current situation.
If you ever need just a chat, or a hug, I'm right across the road.
Dear Mrs Cador and every single one of the staff at Wrenbury
We just want to say an enormous thank you for keeping the boys routine as calm and normal as possible, it's wonderful to hear that their only worry over the past few days has been not being able to go to school, they are genuinely devastated. I imagine that for many 8 and 9 year olds the prospect of an extended holiday from school is a wonderful thing so the fact that they have never in the time they have been with you asked even once 'do I have to go to school' speaks volumes. Thank you for everything you do for them; and I hope you all get the recognition you deserve for everything you will continue to do for everyone over the coming weeks and months.
Stay safe, look after each other and we will see you on the other side
With much love
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This is just one example as to why I absolutely love being part of the Wrenbury school family. All the children are so eager to show you an achievement or tell you some news that matters to them. At times I feel like in some ways I have a whole school to 'Grandmother' and that is a marvellous feeling. Be safe and healthy xxxxx
Thank you to our wonderful school family and our amazing children who brought a lot of smiles to a very sad day.
Take care, be strong, be safe and see you soon!
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