Sytchampton Endowed Primary School

Event - Open Morning

12 February 2013

We held an open morning for all of our parents to spend some time in school with us, join in with the children's activities, and even stay and have a school lunch (no pink lumpy custard though!).

We received some lovely comments from parents:

"Great morning! I loved being with Keira-Louise and seeing her work."
Jan, Keira-Louise's Mum, Year 1

"Had the most amazing time, it was fabulous to see what the children do! Lunch was marvellous and so organised!"
Debra Hutchinson

"Great fun, lots of entertainment. Year 4 were great, I enjoyed their show."

"Great time, really good to see how much the kids love what they do."
Felicity, Sam Marshall's Mum, Year 1

"This was a really excellent way to let the parents get involved with the children's daily life and see how much they are learning and how happy they are!"

"Brilliant – what a happy bunch!"
Stephanie Gait

"What a fantastic morning! Lovely to see the children enjoying such lovely activities."
Kathryn Dunn

"Yummy Tudor Food, I know why King Henry was SO fat!"
Izzy's Dad

"Thank you! Most enjoyable two hours, it was lovely to see the girls in their classrooms and to be part of lunch time."

"Thank you for a lovely day and fantastic food! Really interesting seeing the children enjoying their day at school. Thanks again."
Ann Haughtey, Tom's Mum

"Watching the children in class – an insight into the school dinners. Thank you."

"Great morning – lovely to see children at school, often wonder what they're doing, so thank you."
Lorraine Wilde

"Fantastic to see the children enjoying their school day and great to take part. Year 4 were outstanding with violins and cellos – well done. Had a fun day."
Claire Cartwright

"Great fun – loved getting involved with everything!"
Andy, Jack Sanders' Dad

"Thank you, what a polite and friendly bunch you are!"
Charlotte and Pete, Gabe's Mum and Dad

"Thank you for a wonderful day. I have really enjoyed spending time in school. Lunch was lovely. Please repeat this day next year."
Emma C, Thomas' Mum, Year 1

"Loved it! Especially seeing the children at lunch and getting to taste the choice."
Pennie, James' Mum, Reception

These mums are helping Year 2 to make Chinese dragons.
Even grown-ups enjoy cutting and sticking sometimes!

Year 3 and 4 dressed as Tudors for the day...
...and tried some Tudor recipes!

Year 4 showed what they have been learning in their violin and cello lessons.
An enthusiastic audience listen with appreciation.