Project 365 2017 Week 28

It’s been another week as we edge ever closer to the end of term and the end of primary school.

Here’s our week in pictures…

Day 190 – Sunday 9th July – my two adventurers returned from a successful Three Peaks mission. I’ll tell you the full story soon. Rucksacks, Three Peaks, 365 Day 191 – Monday 10th July – I took part in the best school fundraiser ever – by going back to school! It was great fun, apart from the choir practise! School uniform, Back to school, 365 Day 192 – Tuesday 11th July – the mum taxi went into overdrive yesterday, with an extra run to ballet and a party in the equation. In the space of two and a half hours, I was driving for one hour and 45 minutes and I never went more than four miles from home! My son brought home lots of badges from Explorers – including the Chief Scout’s Platinum Award, nine years in Scouting and 75 nights away camping. Scout badges, Explorer badges, Chief Scout's Platinum Award, Son, 365 Day 193 – Wednesday 12th July – my son had his first non-school athletics tournament this evening. It was fun and he did well in the long jump, but he was out of his depth in high jump – despite doing well at school sports day, he really has no idea how to actually do it! I’m getting through books at a crazy rate at the moment, so I picked these up in the supermarket. Books, Reading, 365 Day 194 – Thursday 13th July – we went to see my daughter’s leavers’ play this evening, which was brilliant. My daughter’s dancing was beautiful. The end of primary school really is in sight! For the fifth consecutive weekend, someone in my family was going camping – in fact four members of my family got their stuff ready. Camping, Family, 365 Day 195 – Friday 14th July – my husband and kids went off on their annual camping trip with my husband’s best friend and his kids. I went out for a lovely meal with my old best friend from work, who I haven’t seen for ages. And my daughter got her final primary school report. I can’t complain about these effort grades!

School report, Daughter, Primary school, 365

Day 196 – Saturday 15th July – the end of an era at Parkrun. The final run on the current course, with over 500 runners there Parkrun has outgrown its course. The new course will still be at the same park, so it’s all good! Today my brother-in-law beat me for the first time. I was very proud of him.

Parkrun, Running, 365

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Author: Sarah Mummy

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  1. I can’t wait to read about the Three Peaks mission…I’m glad it was a success.
    That school fundraiser looks a lot of fun. I love the outfit. hehehe
    There is a lot of camping going on with your family…I hope they enjoy their trip.
    Well done to your girl. Those grades are fantastic! x

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    • Thanks very much! I’ve sorted out my posts and the Three Peaks story will be live on Monday and Tuesday! I realised it was too long for one post!
      We will finally have one week off camping next weekend, before the kids go off on their big camp the following week!
      I’m really pleased with my daughter’s report. A nice way to finish primary school! x

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  2. Wow 5 consecutive weeks…that’s a LOT of camping. Hope this weekends venture goes well too and I love your uniform so much 🙂

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    • It is a ridiculous amount of camping! We have a whole week off it next week, then the next two weekends will be taken up with it too!
      Funnily enough, my kids weren’t quite as taken with the uniform, but I had a great day 🙂

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  3. That’s pretty amazing going on your daughter’s school report. I’m so glad I only have 1 child. Not sure I could cope with all of the logistics.

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    • There is a lot of juggling with three kids and although I moan about it, I’m bored if one or two of them are away! I just don’t know any other way apart from constantly rushing around!
      I was so please with her report 🙂

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  4. Well done to your daughter on her school report. It’s amazing how they all differ isn’t it? My son’s school doesn’t give any marks for effort although they do make comments about it. The camping looks like a military operation.

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    • Our school reports have changed quite a bit with the introduction of the new national curriculum. They used to mark attainment as 1 (above), 2 (normal) or 3 (below), but now they have a very complicated system of ticks which goes on for pages and pages. I don’t even bother looking at it! I’ve seen she’s making a really good effort and there’s lovely comments from her teacher and that’s all that matters!

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  5. a huge well done on completing the three peaks, a tremendous effort by them.
    Nice that park run is popular enough to out grow its course, but great it will still run regardless.
    Hope you enjoyed your peaceful weekend.

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    • Thanks very much! I enjoyed my peaceful weekend at first, but the novelty soon wore off! I was so proud of my husband and son for their achievement.

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  6. I think that is incredible to do the three peaks mission, I cannot even imagine. Well done to them. The school fundraiser looks so much fun. I truly love that you wore that. I hope the camping trip goes well and way to go your daughter xx

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    • Thanks very much! They did so well with the Three Peaks. I had a lot of fun at school. It was weird, I almost forgot I was an adult for the day! x

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  7. A good week for you guys! Great achievement on the three peaks and a fabulous school report! That back to school fundraiser sounds like a lot of fun too 🙂

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  8. Well done on Park Run!
    Hope the camping weekend went well?

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