Wednesday, 1 October 2014

Facebook At Its Best

I'm on Facebook.
Yada, yada, yada.
Yawn.
Some 40% of the British have a Facebook account, making the silent majority quite wise, it could be said.
And let's be honest, there's a whole load of rubbish on there, isn't there?
I don't play games, do quizzes or accept friendship requests from people I've never met.
So please don't ask.
But there is one place I look daily, sometimes more than once a day.
The Boy Child's school's page.
It gives me the most unexpected glimpse into The Boy Child's school day and that's amazing.  I didn't know until this week that every Tuesday, Year 3 go down to the Year 1 classroom and listen to the littles read.
What's not to love about that?

7 comments:

Sian said...

It's perfect.

Abi said...

I love this system of the older ones hearing the little ones read and I love that you got an unexpected look into his life at school.

scrappyjacky said...

A great system.
I taught in a school where Yr6 spent time in the nursery....what was really interesting was that within minutes of starting to play with a 3 year old the older child was totally immersed in the play....and sometimes got so engrossed in sand or water or cars [etc.]that they actually forgot they were meant to be playing with a little one!!

Liz said...

It's lovely to see what he's up to at school. Great idea for the older ones to listen to the little ones and great idea to take photos of it xxx

alexa said...

How lovely! Classes with different ages in also have this kind of advantage. What a great experience for both of them.

debs14 said...

What a great idea for the school to have a page to spread news about what they are doing. TBC looks like he is enjoying supervising that reading!

Missus Wookie said...

Oh how nice!

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