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What’s 6 Plus 5

Eleven?  Yes?   Thought so.   Once again we arrive at the end of year 11.   That’s 6 years of primary (and Kindergarten, or in our case 3 years of stage one, Montessori.)  Add 5 years of high school.   Long time.  Lots of Book Weeks.  Lots of Awards Ceremonies.  Lots of excursions. Lots […]

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The Sick Note………….for School

Yes, I do believe we’ve had the Late Note for School.  I can’t recall talking about The Sick Note  for School, not in any great detail anyways!   Got the coffee?  Hope that this will make not only give you some insight into writing Sick Notes for Schoolkids, but maybe run the risk of you […]

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The perfect school lunch box?

I was pondering this today when I was considering my aversion to making school lunches – more particularly, sandwiches. And when I was thinking about containers that you could put more interesting things in (always supposing that you’d managed to shop for them, and the kids hadn’t eaten them while they were grazing in the […]

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Make parent/teacher interviews more interesting…Part 2

This time I found two other things to add to the list of interesting things to do at parent/teacher interviews

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Books are a readers Best Friend!

I’d love everyone to ask their children if they could do a short book review. Not a 2 page minibook; I think kids know what they like and don’t like about books and if we listen to it we can learn a lot.

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The School Newsletter

Surely there is a way to have more input from the the families to the school and the school to the families? So many are hooked up electronically these days. Haha, we could skype the P & C meetings

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To school or not to school?

I’m glad that I decided to stay home and keep the teen here tho. Another town sent out a message for parents to come collect their kids; one of the childcare centres was evacuated (now wouldn’t THAT be fun!).

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Let’s go back to school

Here’s the positive affirmation for the first day of first term: Just be glad most of them turned up! That goes for teachers and kids I guess!

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