Tuesday, 22 June 2010

Tuesday morning

It looks as if it's going to be a very fine day today. The sun is showing and, while it's cold, it should warm up quickly. Here's hoping!

Yesterday was one of those days where nothing seemed to happen, despite lots of work. After reading revelry and phonics, we only had time to have a quick run through of our assembly for Wednesday before it was Infant Assembly. Then they started on their literacy but didn't have time to do much. After play, we did maths, but they were so interested in the first bit, we didn't get to the individual stuff, so that's carried over until today.
The afternoon was better, I guess, but all together the day was a bit frustrating! It doesn't help that everyone is slowing down considerable, a number of the children are suffering from pollen and are tending to grump and grouch and there's just so much to do that seems somewhat irrelevant.

After school we had a key stage meeting and that was better - we managed to get the stock order done for next year - always a bit of a job - and also to go through sports day. We fixed the date of the summer barbecue, briefly discussed reports and generally got a lot done.

And it's SEN day today, so someone else will have to pick up the pieces! Sorry, Faith!

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