Primary 3 Mrs Deehan

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Primary 3 Summer Message From Mrs Deehan

Hi parents, boys and girls,

I would just like to say well done for all the hard work you put in during Lockdown.  It has not been an easy time for us all but we have got through it.  Thank you for sending me all your lovely photos and emails over the past few months.  I have been sent some great pieces of work and fabulous examples of home-learning.  It has been brilliant to see many of you learning new skills such as baking, learning to play a musical instrument, gardening, carrying out science experiments and creating beautiful art and craft work.  Such a great range of activities from a talented bunch of children.  You did so well under such difficult circumstances.

It feels very strange this week as usually when we are finishing up for the summer break, the school is so busy and filled with a great buzz of excitement, but instead the school building feels so empty without the children.  We will not have our usual end of year party or school trip, but at least you will now have time to relax and enjoy the summer holidays and take a well-earned break with your family.

As your teacher, I feel very proud of you all.  You have been an amazing class and it has been an absolute pleasure to be your teacher and to have the opportunity to teach such thoughtful and hard-working children.  It’s sad that we didn’t get a chance to say goodbye properly, but I will see you all in September and we can catch up then.  Over the summer holidays I would encourage you to do a little bit of work to keep your brain active and fresh for September.  I recommend that you continue to log onto Mathletics and keep reading books.  Also continue to revise your keyword lists as well as the spellings and mental maths facts in your green learning book.  This will help prepare you for moving to Primary Four.

I hope you have a great summer and do lots of fun activities.

Take care and stay safe,

Mrs Deehan









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