Open Afternoon - Parent Comments
"A wonderful year – thank you for a fun and enjoyable year. Lots of learning but most obvious is a lot of happy children – thank you for your hard work and patience."
"How exciting for us to ‘peep through the little window’ and watch you all as you play in your classroom. You play together so well, coming up with ideas, listening to each other, sharing toys and working together to get it done! The Lego projects were brilliant! And your new classroom looks lovely. Well done everyone!"
"Really great work. Looks like you have all had a great fun year of learning."
"So lovely to see such a wide range of work this year. Very impressed by detailed teacher marking and comments. A great Year! Thanks All!"
"Fantastic to get to see the work – can’t believe quite how you got so much done!"
"Wow – what an amazing lot of work you’ve done all of you! I loved seeing the books and work but most of all I loved watching how you play together so well on the field – laughing and listening and supporting your teacher and each other. What a joy! Thank you."
"Thank you for sharing the lovely work and letting us join in your friendly classroom. Great stuff!"
"Wow, you have done SO much work this year! I especially liked seeing the photographs which gave me a real insight into life ion your classroom. The art was amazing too."
"What a lot of lovely well written work – thank you for letting us come in."
"What a marvellous afternoon. It’s incredible to see just how much learning the children have done in the last year and what fun they’ve had along the way. Thank you."
"Thank you so much for a wonderful afternoon. Always lovely to do the picnic and then see all their hard work!"
"Fantastic work! The children have worked so hard; I am very impressed."
"Wonderful work, a lovely class. So much fantastic learning. Beautiful presentation."
"Fantastic to see all the progress that has been made this year. Great atmosphere as you walk in to the classroom."
"This has been memorable for us as a family – the picnic and to spend the last few days with this lot before they all go off to Secondary School. Exciting yet daunting. A lovely day."