Mrs Holdsworth: July 2019
What a fabulous last week we had together in Base 1! The week started with a visit from Pear Tree school's reception class and Base 1 were fabulous hosts; the children showed our visitors around our village confidently and had a picnic lunch on the field. We were busy rehearsing for the year 6 leavers service throughout the week, all of the children supported the year 6 with their enthusiastic singing and the reception children worked particularly hard to learn and say what was special about their buddies. It was so lovely to hear what they had to say about their buddies and their beautiful words were a very special gift for the year 6 children. We finished the week by celebrating the wonderful year we have had together as a class with games, a film and parachute fun!
I do just need to say a huge thank you for all of your lovely words, cards and gifts, I have been completely overwhelmed by your kindness. I have loved my time teaching at Wrenbury, it will always have a special place in my heart and I feel very lucky to have taught so many wonderful children.
Have a very happy summer holidays!
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