Posted by burghy6 on July 21, 2016
New (working as of 5th August) links to downloads:
Sorry – when I returned to the classroom after the farewells, I realised the pile of thank you notes was still on my desk! Thank you once again for all the kind (and unnecessary) cards and gifts: edible, drinkable and drinkable in (loving the Star Labs mug Josh), wearable (the guess the no. of ties game will have a different answer next time), sprayable (do I smell!?) drivable (still overwhelmed by that one), writable (with and in), Pompey-themed (thanks for the message in the card Alfie along with the sweets for the kids) and so on. THANK YOU! Please pass on my thanks to everyone in the class (children and adults) in case not everyone received the text thank you or reads this.
Thank you for your part in making this year so memorable!
Hopefully it’s rounded off a wonderful journey through Primary school.
Good luck as you move on, but don’t forget us and do keep in touch!
…Play up Pompey!
If you can’t (or won’t) remember that saying, try this one:
Perfection is not attainable, but if you aim for perfection you can achieve excellence!
I think that you should be able to download all our PGL videos, PGL photos and Superstan video files from the links above. The downloads did stop working for a while and if they stop again I’ll have another look – keep checking to see if they are working or leave a comment to let me know either way. The files are the same as the content of the CDs and DVDs. Many files are quite large, so unless you have a very, very large data allowance on mobile devices, downloading via wifi/a broadband network is the advisable option. Also, they may not download ever so quickly from the current storage location so please bear that in mind. 31 (TF has 2?) eJay mixes are also there now. Assuming this system works, I’ll leave all the files there until this time next year. I have also now seen footage of my first foray into the world of Karaoke from Prom night. It is actually bearable isn’t it! It’s a good job I didn’t try these moves (http://quietube7.com/v.php/http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dgbZ1uiwKKU)! Comments are open on this post so feel free to use it to keep in touch.
Oh, please can someone let Niall know he left one trainer and a shopping trolley/bag at school. If he doesn’t claim it over the summer I’ll give it to his sister in September.
FINAL CLASS F1 CHAMPIONSHIP (TOP 15)
Leading many Church services throughout the school year
The Cooking Bus
F1 Maths in Motion—5th IN THE WORLD!
1st in the Christmas Fun Race 2nd in the Summer ‘Fun’ Race
Christmas Fair stall holders
Just Dance – Charlotte D. is the new champion!
Y6 Hockey League
Work with PCSO Jayne
East Kirkby Arts Workshop
Church Schools Festival
Mr. Hurdman’s wigs
The Queen’s 90th Birthday
Then there’s all the fantastic educational stuff we’ve done in class, not to mention whole school events such as Sports Day, Christmas Arts and so on…
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There now follows a shameless plug: Bored in the holiday? Why not come along to Embassy Theatre on a Thursday evening to see this show? Don’t be put off by the poster – there really is something for everyone in it (the ‘High School Musical’ segment alone is worth seeing, as is the ‘Defying Gravity’ routine.). Moreover, the spotlighting by yours truly and his mate is excellent! Well to be honest, after the first show I gave myself a 6/10…not bad with no rehearsal beforehand. After three shows it’s risen to an 8/10. I haven’t been told off too many times! If you’re there one Thursday, pop up to the back in the interval and say hello! Interestingly, the choreographer/producer of the show, Andrew Davison, told me a similar (more theatrical version) message to the one underlined above: “If you aim for the stars you might reach the moon.” So far I think I’ve made it 10m off the ground! Hopefully by the end of the Summer season it’ll be a 10/10 performance on the spotlights, just as it already is on the stage!