Double Parents’ Evening {The Ordinary Moments}

This week saw a mammoth event in our lives. It was the first time both LP and Little Man had parents’ evening at school – with LP in Year 1 and Little Man in Nursery. I timed them twenty minutes apart, right at the start of the evening knowing that as the evening progresses the sessions tend to get later and later.

Double Parents' Evening {The Ordinary Moments}

LP’s teacher was so lovely. She has always reassured me that LP has no problems and it was the same story this week. LP is keeping up with her classmates, has a natural love of learning and is excelling where reading, writing and maths is concerned. She always listens, is quite shy so doesn’t answer questions unless asked directly but always knows the answers.

On top of this, everyone loves her. She’s polite, funny, friendly and kind. She is a joy to have in the class and is friends with everyone – she is always the first to go and play with someone who is on their own. In all honesty, LP sounds a lot like me when I was at school – I loved school, I loved to learn and it was only when I was at secondary school that I grew to dislike school.

Little Man is the polar opposite of LP, always the first to put his hand up to answer a question and the only problem being his speech where his teachers and friends can’t always understand him. This is something we’re working on, and we’re waiting for a speech therapy referral too but he is beginning to get frustrated by people not understanding him both at home and at school – I hope we get through this swiftly and smoothly.

But other than that, Little Man is well liked, always happy and loves nursery. Plus, he’s gone through all the mark making type learning they can do and they’ve started teaching him phonics ready for school in September. He can write his name and he’s just so proud of everything he achieves.

Parents evening made me so proud of my two little people. I’m so glad that they are so happy at school, that they enjoy it and they have friends – plus, they are learning things too. But, I am more proud that they are turning into such well rounded people. They have good manners, they are lovely to be around and they are always happy to help anyone that needs it. Really, what more could a parent ask?

We’re taking them out next week for dinner and a movie to celebrate. We have definitely started our parents evenings off on a high – and I couldn’t be happier.

If you have an ordinary moment this week, come and link up with myself and Katie – we love reading your posts each week.

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  • Donna Wishart

    Donna Wishart is married to Dave and they have two children, Athena (12) and Troy (11). They live in Surrey with their two cats, Fred and George. Once a Bank Manager, Donna has been writing about everything from family finance to days out, travel and her favourite recipes since 2012. Donna is happiest either exploring somewhere new, with her camera in her hand and family by her side or snuggled up with a cat on her lap, reading a book and enjoying a nice cup of tea. She firmly believes that tea and cake can fix most things.

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8 Comments

  1. It sounds like they’re both doing really well. I remember dreading my parents coming to parents evening, I was never naughty but I talked a lot and my dad would always give the teachers something to do to occupy my voice haha. have a great week x

  2. You have such sweet sounding children and I’m pleased they’re doing so well. As for the speech therapy, he’s still so teeny that it may all just sort itself in time, but fab he’s getting a bit of extra help soon.

    Stevie x

  3. Ahhh Donna so happy – what more could you ask for in your little ones? We have our parents evening this week so I shall be interested to see what reports we have there! x #ordinarymoments

  4. My post is very similar this week as both boys had their parents evening. Glad both your little ones are doing well. It really is lovely to hear someone say such nice things about your children. It really makes all the tough times worth while & I know I felt like I was doing something right x

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