Monthly Archives: November 2013

Onesies, Lateness and Packed Lunches

The rush towards the end of term has certainly begun in earnest! We have all sorts of wonderful things for you to get involved in over the next couple of weeks. If you didn’t see last week’s blog make sure … Continue reading

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Christmas Plans Already!

It’s been a really quiet week on Twitter this week, which usually means we’ve been very busy in school. Too busy to write about it! That is certainly true this week, as things gather pace towards the end of term. … Continue reading

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Say Hello and Wave Goodbye

What a busy week! What with governors’ meetings, the Friends of Whitkirk Primary meeting and Parent Consultation Evenings we’ve had quite a time of it. We seem to have crammed about three weeks’ activity into five days. Ms Stanhope and … Continue reading

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“When I grow up I want to be…”

This is a phrase I have contemplated many times this week. Not because I don’t know the answer, but because I have come to the (rather scary) realisation that I have, somehow, become a grown up. When the theme for … Continue reading

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Maths, Maths and more maths!

The second part of the Autumn term is always my most favourite as we start the build up to one of the most exciting times of the year for the children. My own daughter is coming up to the age … Continue reading

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House Points and Great Fires

Another busy week here at Whitkirk comes to a close – and what a week it has been! Many of you were admiring our swimming pool in the Key Stage 2 playground after the rain this week and wondering why … Continue reading

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