Parental Voice Responses: World Book Day 2013

Parents were invited to respond to events in classes during World Book Day. Here are a selection of their responses:

We were impressed how the school interconnects with classes, rather than separately, which promotes more of a “community feel”. It was lovely to see my child absorbed by the computer. It was also good to see my other child more composed and enjoying his colouring. We felt very welcome even though we only spent 15-20 minutes in classes before the tombola.

 

Good to see them on the Fizz Books!

 

We had an interesting half hour. Lovely children.

 

All the children get on very well and when they did not know what to do on the Fizz Books, they all helped each other to tackle the task.

 

It was lovely to see the children’s hard work.

 

It has been fantastic listening to the children’s news report about their missing underpants! Well done Class 2!

 

We had a very entertaining time. The children were very involved.

 

I enjoyed looking at the various topics, drawings and paintings done by all the children and to see the progress made while in Year 1. Most impressed.

 

It was nice to look at all the nice work that they had done.

 

I really enjoy being able to come into class and see what the children are working on. It is nice to be able to look at the work displayed too.

 

It was great to see all the activities and so many books to choose from. A fun visit and good to meet more of the teachers and parents.

 

Very good – my son and his partner were working well. It was a pleasure to see!

 

I enjoyed all the news reports read by the children! And looking through work. well done Class 2!

Note that all comments have been kept anonymous so both commenter’s and children’s names have been removed.

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