Whatever your feelings about Christmas -stress, excitement , dread, happiness, festive -don’t you just love a school Nativity play?
Hello everyone and here is my Six on Saturday!
Six on Saturday was started over at The Propagator Blog so I try to join in when I can.
It’s very wet and rainy here and after a blustery walk with Dottie, I’m enjoying a cup of coffee before going to my daughters last EVER school hockey match. Where did that time go? We are off to Cheltenham so I thought I’d quickly take some pictures of my garden.
Those feelings are returning.
You know the ones.
The feelings of, “I’ve taken on a bit much here and I’m struggling to find time to even go to the loo in peace!’
Now that your little one has been at school in Reception for half a term, the majority of them will have settled in and be quite happy to go to school with a smile. Most will bounce in, hold their teacher’s hand and say goodbye without a backwards glance! But not all…. I’m not talking about the odd day of not wanting to go due to tiredness or ‘have I got to go anymore?’ but the child who just can’t seem to settle whatever you do as their parent. As a teacher with 20 years experience, I thought I would share with you my thoughts and tips which I hope you will find helpful.
I know, I know! It’s not Christmas yet but there are not many weeks until the Big Day! The M&S advert was out today so surely we can start talking about it??