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13 Responses to “Parents”


  1. 1 Mike (Martha's dad) February 1, 2007 at 10:56 pm

    Big fan of the blog, it really feels like getting a glimpse of what goes on whilst we’re all away from the school. Keep it up, cheers Mike

  2. 2 Charlotte (Will's mum) February 6, 2007 at 2:39 pm

    Love the blog, great to be able to tell Granny and other relatives to watch it to keep up to date with what they are doing at school.

  3. 3 Kath (Josh's mum) February 8, 2007 at 11:17 am

    What a brilliant blog! We feel much more connected with what is happening within the class, and the school in general. The additional links are great fun too. Thanks so much for all the effort you (and green class) are putting into it.

  4. 4 zoe and chris(Heather's friends) February 12, 2007 at 9:04 pm

    Really enjoyed looking at the bog. Tried to spot Heather Cassen but was unable to. We had a lovely time at your house on Sunday night. Elizah is getting big!!

  5. 5 Gary (I belong to Heather) February 15, 2007 at 8:09 pm

    Great blog, fantastic snowman. Good tip on how to touch type, i think ill have to give that a go.

    Zoe & Chris, the lesser-spotted-heather has been spied:
    snow 021

  6. 6 Lone (Tigi's mum) March 8, 2007 at 7:03 am

    Hi parents, just wanted to share this recipe with you as it was hugely successful in our house. Mackerel is packed with omega 3 that youngsters need for their brains to develop and function at its best – hence the name.

    BRAIN BALLS

    250 g cooked mackerel
    175 g mashed potato
    25 g butter, melted
    3 spring onions
    1 tbs parsley
    1 tbs milk
    1 tbs oatmeal
    oliveoil to shallow fry

    Skin and bone the mackerel. Flake and mix with the mashed potato and the butter. Add spring onions and parsley. If the mixture is very stiff moisten with the milk. Shape into balls and chill for 30 mins or more. Dust with oatmeal and fry till golden brown. Serve with watercress and slices of tomato.

    Enjoy!
    Lone (Tigi’s mum)

  7. 7 Lorraine (office) March 10, 2007 at 6:49 pm

    I just had to say how much I loved your blog.
    I:
    laughed at Peter playing rock,paper,scissors,
    swayed in time to your singing with Jane,
    was amazed at Martha’s photo of a frozen Niagra Falls,
    struggled with your Sudoku,
    saw how much you all enjoyed science in the park,
    and wished I was in Green class as it looks so much fun!

  8. 8 Lisa Richman March 10, 2007 at 10:36 pm

    Hi parents,
    I am a former Lauriston parent.(Harry and Mimi Richman,now 22 and 18 years old!)I saw this blog on the NSCL site and had a look, what an enjoyable surprise!
    Hello to Sue, Peter, Heather, Lorraine, Hilary, Rachel and Millie!

  9. 9 Sarah March 13, 2007 at 12:20 pm

    Thanks for the recipe, Lone: looks really tasty-good change from meatballs!

  10. 10 Mike (Martha's dad) June 5, 2007 at 9:20 am

    Just a quick reminder that the Summer Fair will take place on Saturday 7th July. All help appreciated – speak to other parents outside class, put your name down on here and there is (or there will be) a board in the school to fill in too. Thanks

  11. 11 Mike (Martha's dad) June 8, 2007 at 7:35 am

    Summer Fair tasks for Green Class that need covering are:
    Bouncy castle 10.45am – 12 noon
    Bouncy castle 12 noon – 2pm
    Bouncy castle 2pm – 4pm
    Bric a Brac/Nearly New stall 10.45am – 12 noon
    Bric a Brac/Nearly New stall 12 noon – 2pm
    Bric a Brac/Nearly New stall 2pm – 4pm
    Dates on a washing line stall 10.45am – 12 noon
    Dates on a washing line stall 12 noon – 2pm
    Dates on a washing line stall 2pm – 4pm

    If you can help with any of these please fill your name in on the sheet at Green Class or reply to this blog.

    Also if anyone can do a small amount of shopping for things before the fair reply here or on the sheet at Green Class.
    Thanks!

  12. 12 Eda (Esra su,s sister) June 19, 2007 at 7:57 pm

    i think you,r blog is
    great it tells you what the class is doing.I have to have a g0o on the sodoku ! ! ! !

  13. 13 Matteo June 21, 2007 at 3:00 pm

    I think the blog is brillant. It help’s the parents lood at what we’ve been up to when we don’t tell them!


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