This is it. The final blog of the academic year. The emotion is running high; the tears are building in your eyes as you read these words. I feel your pain.
So, this week. The children had the opportunity to meet a film maker and an actor. Reece Douglas, who appeared in Waterloo Road, visited the class and spoke about his career and how education plays an important role in his day-to-day life. I, like the children, found it to be inspirational. A massive thanks to Mr Lenge for making that visit happen. We loved it.
On Thursday we took the children to The Dog Inn for lunch and drinks (non-alcoholic ones, just for the record) and had a lovely time. They put on a spread similar to the one Mr Carr and his wonderful wife put on for me as we watched the GOT finale. We had sandwiches, quiche, sausage rolls, juice and more fries than is humanely possible for 30 people to eat.
We have been rehearsing for our leaver’s assembly and we are all but ready for the tear filled and emotional day on Monday. I would like to say how much I will miss this class and their very unique, loud, boisterous and at times testing personalities. It has been a blast.
The CFHL this week will consist of legends that have constantly supported the blog:
I would like there to be more next year but to have a solid foundation like that leaves a little warmth in my heart. I hope you four, and the rest of the people associated with our school, have a lovely summer and the best of luck to my class in their future education. Good luck guys.
All the best,