Happy Christmas 2019
What a term we’ve had in Green Class! I am so proud of how far the children have come and feel happy thinking about all the memories we’ve made. The children hosted an excellent memory café, became chapati making extraordinaires and put on an excellent Christmas production. Thank you for making today such a fun day too with our party games, pantomime and lots of Christmas crafting and music. I think it’s safe to say Mrs James definitely cannot do the floss!
Today was bittersweet as we said a fond farewell to Miss Turner as she starts a new adventure. She will be missed hugely but has been replaced with a dream team: Mrs Dudek (Mondays) and Mrs Hampton (Tuesday-Friday) Miss Turner has promised to write and we wish her every success.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for all for your kind messages, cards and gifts. I am truly overwhelmed at your generosity. I have been touched by messages in cards from parents and children and it is always the words that mean most to us as teachers.
Over the holidays I hope the children have a good rest and shake off all their coughs and colds. I hope all the Green Class families have a magical Christmas and on behalf of my amazing team I would like to wish you a very Happy Christmas and look forward to seeing you in the New Year for more adventures in learning.
Mrs James x
P.S If there are more rainy days or the big day is just taking too long to come please pick up your reading books, practise your joined up letter formation or research our new topic: We are off the Scotland! We will be reading Katie Morag stories and doing lots of map work looking at the Isle of Struay (A fictitious island based on the Isle of Coll) My final plea is that I would love to see your ‘shelfies’. We love reading and sharing stories in Green Class and all of our adults have made recommendations for books they like to read in our reading area. We would love to see photos of your bookshelves and favourite books to put in our reading area.