Just a couple of weeks ago I wrote this post about how worried I was about my youngest children’s school. Today is their last day and I’m glad to report that I’m feeling happier now.
I haven’t managed to get them into another school, there was no room for both of them at the same school and I didn’t want to have to run around 3 different schools picking them all up. So they will have to stay at their current primary school for now. However, there has been a change around with the teachers and I found out yesterday that the Little Man will be staying with his current teacher in the next year which is good as she knows best how to deal with him. Also, Boo is going to have Star’s teacher for next year and I believe that she is currently one of the best teachers in the school. So, at least I know both children will have the best teachers for the next year.
This morning we attended Star’s Year six leavers assembly. They did really well with no interaction from any teachers. The whole thing was set as a news interview where they were interviewing a current pupil as if he was a grown up and had become the President of the World. They worked through all the values they had learnt at the school and told us how they had helped the former pupil to become so mighty. It was also done with a little tongue in cheek moments and there were breaks in the broadcast for musical interludes and certificate awards to the teachers. The Ukulele playing was particularly good. At the end of the ‘show’ the children were all presented with special t-shirts.
Here is Star ‘proudly’ showing off hers.
It’s a Boxcitement Thank You gift box. I also bought on of these for a really good friend and she was equally pleased. If you want to know more about Boxcitement, I did a review for them recently here on Raisiebay.
So, in a couple of hours we will be picking up the kids for the last time until September. I’ve been meaning to write a bucket list of things to do over the summer but I didn’t get very far. The Little Man decided to write his own but all it included was computer time, eating and sleeping. However, I’m not too worried about being so organised though because our calendar is filling up quickly and I’m already thinking this summer is going to fly by.
So, plans so far include…
hospital trips (Which can be combined with bench hunting and Pokemon Go)
Reading Bench hunting (last year we did Owl hunting!)
A trip to Hatton Adventure World.
Star will be going to summer school for four days including a trip to Stratford-On-Avon
Family Pizza outing for Star’s birthday
Party for Boo
Party for The Little Man
Then we can fill in the other time with Pokemon Go…which will probably include parks, rivers and wildlife centres.
I will also be bringing you some special news in early August..shhh for now 😉
So, Bring on the Summer. I am ready, are you?