Parents evenings and world book day.00:00
This week has been a busy one! And full of proud mummy moments.
Monday I had Charlie's parents evening. I'm really pleased to say he is doing superb about school and preparing for the SATS which are coming up next term. He's also preparing for high school, too. He's doing brilliant in English, Maths and Science. He enjoys arts and reading, too. He's so good at cursive hand writing and knows up to his 14 times table! He's better at maths than I am (I'm not even kidding!). All our practicing at home has paid off. Charlie has just completed his level 2 bikeability course at school. It's where professional (instructors?) go into the school and take the kids out on there bikes and prepare them for cycling on the road and teach them how to be safe on there bikes etc. I believe only year 5 & 6 take part. Charlie passed that. With flying colours, as I knew he would. He's more confident riding his bike now. He very proudly showed me his certificate and badge to say he'd passed!
I am VERY proud of him.
Ellie's parents evening was Tuesday. Again, she is doing great in all subjects, her reading is advanced for her age (She's trying to get through her current book (which has 56 pages), so she can start reading goosebumps!) We DO need to work on her counting past 100 in tens, which I know she can do but I just don't think she's interested, still though, we will work out that. Also sounding out long words she seems to rush and pronounces the word wrong but if she takes her time, she can do it. She is only eight years old though, I'm not at all worried because I know she'll get there :)
She received a certificate for helping people and being very friendly. She left her certificate at school though. She was going to bring it home today but she's been ever so poorly and didn't go to school today.
I'm VERY proud of her, too!
Did your children/nieces/nephews etc celebrate world book day? Have you had any proud moments recently?
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