The end of the school year signals the arrival of the school report and an invitation for the grown-ups to enter the previously mysterious arena of the classroom. We’re super proud of GG’s report this year, so in we went, expecting to be impressed. In Key Stage 2 there is less contact between teachers and parents, and less finished work comes home in book bags for random viewing. Instead it gets logged, and displayed (this is one of the Ofsted key measurements). Creative writing has been one of GG’s major focus areas this year, and she’s really improved. So we were thrilled to read this piece of work displayed on the wall. Thrilled, and mildly amused…

My Dream

"my dream"

Now, my daughter often claims that a bad dream woke her up, when what she really means is that she can’t get to sleep for fretting about horror scenarios – house fires and Voldemort feature heavily. So I wonder if this incredible dream actually happened, or if my girl really does have an incredible imagination!

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