Good morning children!
It’s been lovely to speak to your parents and some of you over the last few weeks. It sounds like you are keeping busy and most importantly, safe and well. Thank you for uploading some of your work onto Seesaw – looks like you are working hard!
I thought I’d share some pictures to show you what we have been up to while we’ve been away from school.
I have been enjoying lots of time in the garden in between planning some exciting new experiences for you for when we get back. I’m growing lots of vegetables and I’ve planted a sunflower for you all.
Gemma has loved having me at home and has loved watching the birds in the garden. My hedgehog is back! She’s much bigger than last year and I’ve shared some of Gem Gem’s cat food with her. The bands that I would have been seeing at gigs have been playing their music online so I’ve had my music up LOUD! I’m missing my parents and Big Rob lots but have been dropping Mum and Dad’s shopping off for them each week. Dad’s made me a birdbox for the 2 blackbirds that visit me every day. It’s been nice to speak to my friends and family on Facetime too.
I’ve missed our daily story time so I’ve been re-reading the beautiful book by Charlie Mackesy. Do you remember all of those positive messages that we talked about? I think these pictures from the book are helping lots of people to stay strong during this strange time.
Mr Owen is missing you VERRRRRRY much. Especially missing fact time and spreading your honey honey and chockywocky on your toast. He’s asked me to tell you that he hasn’t left his house for 4 weeks but has been enjoying time in the garden, doing his cross stitch and puzzle books. Miss Maeer and Mrs Bell have been dropping his shopping off and waving through the window! He would like you to know that he is growing his hair and beard – I wonder if he will let us shave it off for charity again? I think Mr O would like a big party when we come back – shall we try and persuade Mrs Bargh and Mrs O’Brien?!
Miss Appleby has been spending time in the garden with her family and dogs; she has enjoyed reading a few books and video chatting with family. She would like to say that she misses you all and hopes you are keeping safe and looks forward to seeing you all again soon.
I hope the Easter bunny brings you lots of Easter treats – I’m sure you’ll be having max out chockywockydoodah over the next few days!
Stay safe, be good for your parents and keep smiling!
See you very soon,
Lots of love and hugs from Miss Maeer, Mr Owen and Miss Appleby xxxx