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All the fun of the Fayre

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Creativity, business-sense and organisational skills put to the test

At the time of writing this the summer fayre is in the process of being set up.  The children in this week's featured photo have been working hard to think of every little thing to make our class stall a success.  They have spent many of their playtimes preparing for the fayre.  An initial class discussion sparked the idea to run a guess the teddy stall with a twist. 

Each teddy, that has been donated by children and staff this week, has been named after a member of the Year 4 class. Customers will have to have a guess at who they think is being represented by each teddy. Correct guesses will result in winning that toy. 

I have been impressed by the thought and detail that has gone into each part of organising the stall.  I have loved the way the children have worked independently and with such enthusiasm on this meaningful project. 

We have two school days left.  We will be using them to say our farewells to Y6 and get super organised for the end of the year. The children will be bringing some of their books home from their Year 3 year.  We have to hold onto books for a year so they'll get their Year 4 books this time next year! 

If you are free tomorrow remember to pop down to the Bradwell Library for their opening day.  There has been a refurb after the flooding so it would be good to see as many of us as possible supporting this valuable local facility. It starts at 10am with the ribbon-cutting at 12pm. There will be refreshments on offer too. 

This will be the last blog for this class in Year 4.  I hope you have enjoyed reading the weekly updates.  Thank you to those of you who have read them regularly.  It has been an absolute pleasure teaching this class for a 2nd year.  You are very lucky to have your child in a class with such a caring, helpful, hard-working group of children.  I wish them every success in Year 5 and will miss them all terribly. I will be leading the netball club in September so I hope to see many of the children attend. 

The final secret word of this academic year has to be 'Bourbon'

Have a great weekend and a safe summer from Miss Studley and Miss T.