Ms Huntington: September 2015
We hope you all had a great summer holiday. It was so good to see so many happy, smiling faces on our first day at school. Everyone looked so smart in their new uniforms and shiny shoes!
All the children in Base 1 have done so well, they are happy and settled. We have spent the week getting to know the routines of the day and to find out where everything is.
The children have been fantastic and have got involved in all our activities straight away.
Thank you to those children who have brought in a treasure box, we have enjoyed sharing them. Please make one with your child so that we can get to know them and what they are interested in.
All our children do need a water bottle in school every day so that they can access water whenever they need to.
We are going to have a fantastic first year of school together and we look forward to getting to know the children and their parents.
Ms Huntington, Mrs Parsons & Mrs Wimpenny.
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