Friday, 5 November 2010

Friday morning

(carrying on from last night) And the scan, which I left to get on with its work overnight, has found and dealt with an embarrassingly large number of nasty things. I feel a lot less worried now. More cheers for Eddie.

Last day of the school week. Six more weeks of term, only four until the FS/KS1 Christmas show . . eeek.
Panic, panic, panic, panic, panic, panic, panic, panic, panic, panic, panic, panic, panic, panic, panic, panic, panic, panic, panic, panic, panic, panic, panic, panic . . .
(taking deep breaths)

Tomorrow is the night of the Arcadians' Show. This time it's The Merry Widow - light, fluffy, colourful and very enjoyable. http://www.letchwortharcadians.org.uk/ As always, we go for a meal at the theatre carvery (for want of a better word) before the show. I hope it's improved since the last time, when neither the food nor the service was quite up to expectations. Fingers crossed.

Tonight is the competitive music festival thingy. Ages ago I used to enter my recorder pupils and they usually did very well, sometimes winning their classes. This time I'm not involved but am going to cheer the school group on! If effort is anything to go by, they should do very well.

Today is SEN day. A big meeting with the head, some assessments of individual children, some IEPs to check . . . and a weekend to look forward to. Lovely!

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