We took a 6.hour.ferry.
Way too long.
The kids were very well-behaved though, and they brought lots of games and bracelet making things to keep themselves entertained.
There were a range of activities and the camp (camp? residential? something like that) was very well organized. And the food!!!! The bread! The cheese! The wine!
Everything was in French.
Yep, I don't speak any French. It was all a bit much. On one hand, I felt so fortunate that I saw and participated in all the amazing activities with the students. But on the other hand, long days with the children were so exhausting.
Thank goodness I had my little book translation thing. Although I still can't tell you any French words.
After the trip it was half term! 1 week off-hooray! Only bad thing was the terrible weather here in rainy England.
But I did manage to rest and not do any school work (although I'm paying for it now with reports due soon).
I guess I technically did a bit of school work. I had to take the opportunity to update some of the math journal activities in my TPT store and finally get my second grade place value printables finished!!
Next--------> 6 weeks left of school!! The major things are reports, parent conferences and our big play!!
I have got to say that our lovely students are off to a great start with this play and I am enjoying this sweet time of the year with them. Despite the lack of stability with our admin, and high turnover of staff, I thoroughly enjoy my students and the subjects I get to teach. I am fortunate that I get to focus on a few subjects instead of teaching everything, in addition to teaching across a couple year levels. It's nice to get to know the children throughout the school this way. I must remember this when the gossip and low staff morale get me down!!
Have a great day!!
almost forgot my fencing picture!!