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Another week has passed and I have been very impressed with the learning that has been going on at home. Thank you to for your commitment to your child's education and for your excellent communication with your child's class teacher and with me. Seeing the children's videos, their pictures and the activities they have completed really has been lifting our spirits and has helped us all to remain connected with each other.
I was very glad to wake up this morning to see that the sun had returned to Somerset and I have enjoyed a very peaceful dog walk today. There are so many things to be grateful for and I particularly enjoyed listening to the birdsong as I walked. I was also lucky enough to spot a pair of deer and I returned home feeling refreshed and revitalised.
We are not setting any home learning over the Easter break. You and the children have been working very hard and it is good to have a break and to concentrate on other pursuits. Emails will be monitored so if you have an emergency child care issue or other matter to which urgent attention is needed we will, of course, respond. Teachers will respond to any messages sent over the Easter break on their return on Monday 20th April.
This week, the White family has been taking part in a family Come Dine With Me experience. Pairs were randomly selected and we have enjoyed home made pizza and chocolate cake on the first evening and roast dinner and a trio of lemon puddings on the second. As we enter our final evening, we are looking forward to chicken burgers and meringue. It has been great fun and I have very much enjoyed someone else doing the cooking and cleaning up but I have drawn the line at filming my feedback and score in the back of the car! I must say, I have never appreciated Mrs Williams- our wonderful cook- more. How she makes such delicious food day after day for all of us is beyond me. We are very lucky to have her. I am not known for my culinary skills and I found it rather trying doing it for six let alone a whole school!
I hope you all have a restful Easter break. I will keep my fingers crossed for dry weather so the children can spend lots of time outside and that the Easter bunny is able to visit without getting wet paws.
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