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Parent-Teacher night wrapup

24 Apr

In no particular order:

  • The later you are there, the messier it gets. Everyone was running early at 5:30.
  • Teachers really do say different things to different people.
  • I was owned by a Geography teacher. She took us through Bigster’s progress and the syllabus in under two minutes then thanked us for coming and sat back. We trotted off meekly.
  • Lots of teachers already angling for Year 10 and VCE students. We only had one last year but this year there were several.
  • Fraser can do awesome Cousin It impersonations. I need to get a photo before he cuts his hair.
  • Lots of people don’t take their kid. This might be an interesting thing to try although I think we might have missed our chance. Next PT night will have some serious subject choice overtones.
  • Otto took Shapes rather than crackers and probably ate the whole bag.
  • We took jelly snakes for that special buzz. Otto ate half a bag or so while we spoke with the Health & Sport teacher. Timing is everything.
  • Teachers think Bigster is well-organised. Either my fears are wrong or she fakes it better than most. Probably a bit of both.
  • When you let the 9 year old have the timetable and room plan, you should make sure that she understands she should wait for the rest of the family before running down a flight of stairs and disappearing.

And I forgot to use the “surprising” question. I feel such a fool.

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2 Comments

Posted by on April 24, 2012 in children, parenting, school

 

2 responses to “Parent-Teacher night wrapup

  1. yewenyi

    April 24, 2012 at 9:28 am

    You so have to take a photo of Fraser doing cousin IT impersonations!

    I will take you advice to heart, as I expect that sometime this year I will be doing my first parent teacher interview.

     
  2. Jonathan O'Donnell

    April 24, 2012 at 4:40 pm

    Geography teachers rock!

     

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