B Cador: February 2019
It was another full 'house' at our Sharing Afternoon on Tuesday afternoon. Lots of mums, dads and grandparents took the opportunity to come in and share their child's / grandchild's autumn term Learning Journey Books, Maths and Literacy work.
Once again we had lots of very positive and complimentary comments including the few examples I've included below to give a flavour:
-I always love the Sharing Afternoons. X is so proud of his work! The War and Peace project is amazing!! Thank you for the opportunity to come in...and to Mrs Rowlands for the coffee!
A couple of parents mentioned that they would like more help with supporting their child's learning — we will look at addressing this for you. Mrs Charlesworth's parents have appreciated the opportunity to attend Y6 Reading and Maths workshops in the past few weeks. These were well attended — thank you.
Many thanks for your continued support of your child(ren) and the Wrenbury Team,
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