Thursday, 19 January 2017

A Freddie story.

A Freddie story
Miss 22  was outside cleaning Lola ( her lovely English Old Spot rabbit ) out. She left  Freddie inside.
Next minute Freddie's got his nose in the hutch.
Miss 22 thought the door must not have clicked shut.
She took him back in.
She carried on with the rabbit.
Freddie out again...
Miss22 took him back in and watched through the little window.

Clever Freddie can jump up and put his paw on the handle and open the door!!
Miss 22 said
She wouldn't mind, but when he wants out for a wee
He just sits at the door and looks at it!!!!

School is busy busy busy. I covered on my second day back. One little cherub,caught running full pelt down the corridor, was asked why they were in such a hurry, said that they had to be quick because they were having. The. Best. P. E. Lesson. Ever! With great emphasis!
Ahem. Ladies and gentlemen,that was MY PE lesson! Ayethangyew.
( Said lesson involved 'rock, paper, scissors, chasing and screams and squeaks of delight! )
Lots of love from
Rachel *takes a bow* Radiostar xxx

16 comments:

  1. Clever Freddie....lol.
    I bet that little cherub made you feel really good...bless him/her.
    Hugs-x-

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    1. This particular cherub is my favourite! But don't tell anyone!

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  2. How very intelligent of Freddie! Do they have a fenced in yard? Now I'm worried he is going to go out and run away! -Jenn

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    1. Me too! Miss 22 said they are really vigilant now about keeping the door locked x

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  3. Can I please sign up to your PE lesson? It sounds much more fun than Zumba. X

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    1. You can! Though I'd be not very good at it, I'd be captured straight away!

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  4. Need to know more about where rock paper scissors fits into PE lesson!

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    1. They are a treasure of a class. I'm really lucky this year. They are eager to learn. En masse. It's a rare find in school these days to have a whole class switched on.

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  6. Fantastic accolade. Well done!
    And clever Freddie!
    J x

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    1. Thanks Joy...and I think Freddie gets his cleverness from me obviously!

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  7. Oh Freddie!!! How great that your lesson was so good hey!

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    1. I can't wait to play it with them again!

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  8. I think Freddie is very clever opening the door and equally as clever not opening the door!

    Sounds a fun PE lesson, pity the children can't fill in feedback forms for OFSTED - that would make very interesting reading. There was a teacher at Tom's old school who used to make the children do PE in silence. When I asked her why she said it was so that if anybody got injured she'd be able to hear them! xx

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    1. That's so funny!!! Silent PE so you can hear the screams of the injured!

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