Errington Primary school 09/10/2015

Another 5 A.M. start on my way to the Redcar on the east coast. Lovely journey there driving past misty fields and arrived just as the sun was rising on the coast.

Sun rise inRedcar
                     Sun rise in Redcar

Errington primary school was situated between the ocean and the commondale hills in a very attractive part of the country. A very friendly and welcoming school with staff who got involved in every workshop. Its always good for the children to see their teachers making the odd mistake or two. Every class had a workshop except for nursery, (sorry little guys). And the day ended with a performance from year 5 and 6 for parents and the rest of the school. I think that we all had a great day.

Some words from the staff:

“54 kids and 2 teachers completely engaged, (though the scissor kick was a stretch for the teachers).
They had fun and learned that it is ok to make mistakes. Even children who thought they did not like dance loved it, the keen footballer types had a great time”.
Claire English

“Every child engaged and some of the less confident children had a smile on their faces throughout. Really enjoyable workshop”.
Mr Bennet

http://www.redcar-cleveland.gov.uk/errington

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Denbigh Primary school luton

5 A.M. start on my journey to Luton and Denbigh Primary school. I taught two groups of 60 children over the course of the day and everyone really enjoyed themselves.

Some words from the staff.

“It really helped the children to really understand the importance of turn taking and listening. Children developed rhythm and co-ordination”. Mrs Diggines

“Excellent for all ages and all levels of learning. Including quite severe S.E.N. children. Great to see the kids who do not normally shine academically, really come out of themselves.
Really enjoyable for all”. Harriet Finley-Nathan

“Excellent for all ages and all levels of learning. Including quite severe S.E.N. children. Great to see the kids who do not normally shine academically, really come out of themselves.
Really enjoyable for all”. R Hodge

Thanks guys