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So who has had their end of year parents evenings and any good comments? Showing off welcome

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MrsWho Wed 27-Jun-07 13:43:46



had mine last night and
dd1- very good and can they clone her so they can have a class full of kids like her next year
(told you we can show off!)

dd2- Is unique

roisin Wed 27-Jun-07 16:59:10

Well done your dd1 and dd2?!

We don't have parents' evenings this term: just reports - yet to come!

MrsWho Wed 27-Jun-07 21:48:43

Reports are next week!

Boco Wed 27-Jun-07 21:52:16

We had parents evening this evening. DD1 only started in reception after Easter, had a slightly wobbly start as she can be really shy, but her teacher tonight was really gushing about her - said she's really bright, already overtaken lots of the children and caught right up, is a joy to teach, kind, thoughtful, sweet - i was quite taken back actually. She said academically she's going to fly, so i'm feeling proud!

foxinsocks Wed 27-Jun-07 21:53:18

aaahh

we only have reports this term (thank goodness)

boco, are they still very scared of you?

Posey Wed 27-Jun-07 21:57:38

What lovely comments

We get reports end of week or early next, followed by parents evening on Thursday.

Boco Wed 27-Jun-07 22:01:04

I'm not sure about scared exactly. I think the head thinks i'm a pita. dds teacher is always very sweet to me, smiley and makes lots of compliments about dd - hope that's genuine and not fear! I'm not at all scary.

foxinsocks Wed 27-Jun-07 22:04:38

oh I wasn't implying that . I'm sure your dd is lovely and obviously doing really well!

bozza Wed 27-Jun-07 22:06:07

We just had reports too, but it was a month ago so cannot really remember details but just to say it was fantastic and we were very proud of DS.

saadia Wed 27-Jun-07 23:24:17

I got ds1's report today and was overcome with glee - he was quite bemused by my overt display of adoration and praise. Have to say though that I do not recognise the child described and think I will invite his teacher to come and live with us to try and get similar behaviour at home.

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