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My first day at Chetwynd

Posted by on October 17, 2017

Wow! The last two days have been crazy!  I have met so many new people, had so many cuddles, smelled so many new smells and eaten many small pom poms I found in the corridor.  A job well done I say!

Yesterday, I did my first assembly. I was a little nervous as everyone was staring at me but I got lots of dog biscuits – especially when I did a high five.  Everyone wanted to know all about me which was really lovely and made me feel very welcome.

I had my first maths lesson today in Polecats.  I still don’t understand prime and square numbers but I’m sure the Year sixes can explain it to me again. I may have wandered to the back of the room for a nibble on Thomas’ shoelaces during the important bit. He didn’t mind though as he gave me lots of strokes. Thanks Thomas! I snuggled up by Hannah’s feet for a while to eat my bone and Ellis kept sneakily trying to attract me over to his seat. They all seemed to be working hard though, even when I began eating their flip paper.  They’re so understanding.

I just wanted to say a big thank you to Skye and Esme for my presents – I love them!  Also, thank you Ilona for being so happy to see me. It’s nerve wracking being a little dog in a big school.  I really appreciate it.

Sorry Mrs Tonks for the wee I did in your office.  I’ll figure it all out soon.

I can’t wait to get to know you all better.  Hope you all have good reports from your teachers this week and a fab half term.  I’ll keep you posted with my holiday adventures!

Woof for now! Xxxx

 

 

2 Responses to My first day at Chetwynd

  1. Mrs West

    Hi Sherlock! I am so glad that you enjoyed meeting my Polecats. It’s such a shame I missed you! I do have some lovely children in my class and I’m glad that they made you feel welcome. I hope they worked hard in the lesson. I know how kind they are and they will give you a Maths lesson any time you ask. Don’t worry about the flip paper – I really shouldn’t leave things on the floor! And I’d just like to say thank you for not doing a wee on my carpet! Hope to see you in Polecats again soon … you are always welcome!

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