Who are you and where do you come from?

Hi, we love to know all about our blog visitors. It would be fantastic if you could tell us a little bit about yourself. We can use this when telling our Reception children about their audience. Thank you

The Reception Team

24 thoughts on “Who are you and where do you come from?

  1. Esha

    Hi, I am Viran’s mum, he tells me how much he enjoyed pirate day. Had lots of fun with all his friends.

    I work in Tesco at the big office. I have to leave very early in the morning to try and miss the rush.

    It’s good to come and look at the blogs keeps me updated of all the hard work kids do!!

    Sandi

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  2. Dharani

    Hello
    I’m Dhir’s mum. We made a model of a butterfly in the weekend for homework and Dhir was very excited to take it to school today.
    I see your lovely blog posts when I’m on the train to work. I love seeing what you do. I work for Brent Council and make sure little children like you are safe.
    Keep up the great work everyone!

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  3. Mikee's Mum.

    Hello, I am Mikee’s mum. My name is Sam.

    I live in Ickenham, just around the corner from your school. Some of you might have seen my cat, he follows me to school with Mikee in the mornings. He is ginger and white.

    I enjoy reading what Mikee and his classmates have been learning about each week.

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  4. Saffi's Dad

    Hello, I’m Saffron’s Dad!
    As I don’t get a chance to get to the school as often as I would like (Boring work – Boo!), I come to the blog to see what you have all been up to!
    I love seeing the pictures of you all & your fantastic adventures! Wish I could go back to school!!!!!

    Keep up the fantastic work & you’ll keep brightening my day!

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  5. Ria's mum

    Hiya. I’m Harpreet, Ria’s mummy.

    I love reading the blog every week and seeing your gorgeous pictures. School looks like so much fun. You all are doing so well and learning about such amazing things, especially sea life creatures and the solar system.

    I currently work from home for an events company doing all their marketing and promotions, whilst looking after Ria’s baby sister Jaya. It’s hard work but I really enjoy it.

    Keep up the good work and I look forward to seeing more pictures and hearing about all the fun you kiddies are having xxx

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  6. rbonney

    Hello 🙂

    It is Miss Bonney from Year 1.

    I love to come on here and see what Reception are up to because you are all the way down the corridor and I never get to see all the fun you are having! Feel free to come and show me any great work you do 🙂

    Keep working hard and see you around the school!

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  7. Mr Alford

    Hi Reception. Mr Alford here. I always have a peek at your blog to see what you’ve been up to. It always looks like you are really enjoying your learning. I’m really proud of the great work you are all doing!

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  8. Natalie

    I’m Natalie, Zak and Darci’s mum. I love seeing what you are all learning and most of all I love seeing how happy you all are.

    Keep up the amazing work x

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  9. Kasia

    Hello,

    My name is Kasia. I am Jan’s mum. I am always reading your blog to see how much fun you had in school. I wish I could swap with you one day. Instead, I have to leave Jan and his sister Natalia from 5R and go to work where I am colouring all my schedules and draw my charts almost like you do;)

    Enjoy your time at school and keep on learning new things!

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  10. Natalia

    Hello

    My name is Natalia and I am Jan’s sister. I go to 5R and enjoy looking at all your posts. Since I seen them I which I was back to reception:-)

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  11. Patricia Swindells

    To all in RW
    I was invited by Ms Wands to your Assembly this morning (Thursday 21st May). I am a School Governor and I am very interested in RW. It was an absolute delight to be in the audience to hear your assembly on “Time”. You all performed very well, whether talking, singing or dancing. Your teachers and parents must be very proud of you. I hope you enjoy your half term holiday and come back to school to continue your excellent work.
    Mrs Swindells

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  12. Julia (Rachel's mummy)

    Hello Reception class. I’ve just read the Ofsted report and am super excited at how well Nursery and Reception have done. Well done to all of you, what a smashing achievement!! It’s really comforting to know that our children are being so well looked after, that their key academic skills are above average, and that so much importance is put on their emotional and social development too. I’m chuffed to bit for all of us and feel incredibly lucky. Thank you, Glebe!

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  13. Cathy

    Hello, I’m Cathy, Ben’s mum.

    It is lovely to see all the photos on the blog, you always look very busy.

    I work at a High School 3 days a week teaching music. I get to play the drums, keyboards and lots of singing. On the other days I look after Ben’s little sister, Jessica.

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  14. Jenny Dwyer

    Hi,

    I’m Jenny, Emma’s mum (from REB).
    We live in Ickenham, 1 minute round the corner from school. In fact we live so close we can hear you when you’re playing in the playground at break time or lunch time! It’s sounds like you’re having lots of fun!
    It’s really nice to read all about what everyone has been learning in class.
    We look forward to hearing more about your learning journey over the coming year.
    Hope you all have fun – children, teachers and classroom assistants!!

    xxx

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  15. Sangita

    Hi, I am Sangita, Alissa’s mum from Miss Bird’s class. Alissa is having a fantastic time at school. It’s so lovely to hear what she is up to each day. We are so happy to be a part of this fantastic school!
    The pictures/posts are amazing. Brings a smile to my face! Wish I was that age again!

    Alissa comes home so excited…. “Today I learnt about the letter ……”
    Oh and now I know the jolly phonics. I’m being taught by my girl! E E E…. eggs in the pan…..
    I know the jingles.

    Thanks so much to the teachers/ assistants for all your efforts with all the kids. You do an amazing job!
    Sangita xx

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  16. Tina Shivnani

    Respected Teachers and Assistants,

    I m Tina Shivnani,Veer Shivnani`s Mum from Miss Emina/Miss Beck’s class.

    I have been following the blog regularly, and whenever i visit the blog and see this georgeous pics, it brings smile on my face. i m so glad my son is having lots of fun and learning a lot everyday.

    Thank you very much for all your hard work.

    Best Wishes,

    Tina Shivnani

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  17. Sheetel

    I am Freya’s mum who is in REB. It is great to see what all the children are doing in all the classes. Lots of great learning is taking place. Thank you to all the teachers and teaching assistants for all the effort you make!

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  18. Oliver

    Hi

    I am Elliott’s dad and would like to say that this is a great way of seeing what the children have been doing in school. Elliott really likes talking me through the blog entries/photos and what he has been doing. Please keep the blogs coming and thank you for all your hard work in making Glebe such a warm, welcoming and engaging school for the children and parents.

    Oliver.

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  19. Judit

    Hi,

    I’ve been commenting but haven’t said hi yet. I’m Judit, Zsofia’s (REB) mum. The blog is great and provides an opportunity for parents to take a peek at the classrooms (and playgrounds) and see how the children learn. I am very happy about the things I see. It looks very interesting and lots of fun. I wish I went to a school like Glebe when I was at that age. Well done all the teachers and everyone involved. Thank you for doing this.

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  20. Miss Wands Post author

    Thanks so much for your comments, we love reading them in class and it makes the children’s achievements so much more special and rewarding.

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  21. Chandeep Rauli

    Hi. I’m Chandeep (Leeya’s mum in RW). I love looking at your blog and it’s great to see what the children have been getting up to. Leeya is always talking about the blog and what she has learnt. Thank you for all your hard work in making this happen.

    Chandeep

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  22. Peeta Bath

    Hi, I’m Peeta (Eshans mum in REB)
    I work in London and have to catch the train early in the morning. Looking at the blogs and photos of what the children have been doing is wonderful.
    Thank you to all the fantastic teachers, Eshan is learning so much and enjoys school!

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  23. Danielle

    I work in a school in Australia, it’s great to see how you’re utilising technology to engage with the wider community.

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    1. Miss Wands Post author

      Thank you for saying hi Danielle. My class will be very excited to see your comment tomorrow at school, they love seeing visitors from different countries around the world visiting their blog.

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