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A Fond Farewell to Mrs Leeman

A Fond Farewell To Mrs Leeman!

We all gathered together in assembly to wish Mrs Leeman a fond and emotional farewell. Each of the year groups shared their memories of Mrs Leeman in their own special way.                                                                                                                                                                                                               F2 recited their acrostic poem: Marvellous, Remarkable, Super, Lovely, Excellent, Epic, Maths-brain, Amazing, Nice!

Year 1 went on a Teacher Hunt ( hunting for Mrs Leeman):                                                                       We are going on a Teacher Hunt  -  We are going to catch a great one!

Mrs Leeman’s/Miss Napper’s Year 2 had many messages, amongst them: There  is no one like a special teacher and there is no one as special as you! 

Mrs Neal’s Year 2 performed their song, We’ll miss you, Mrs Leeman, to the music of Frère Jacques!

Complete with ‘air guitar’ and ‘air drums’ Miss Marsh’s Year 3/4 gave us a lively performance of  Living on a prayer!                    

Mr Hoult’s Year3/4 shared their memories through a poem:                                                                   You taught me well, you gave so much… 

Miss Bradford’s Year 5 also shared their memories and ended with: When you need us remember Langold’s your second home—you’ll always be in our hearts! 

Miss Ward’s Year 5 also wrote a poem with advice for Mrs Leeman: You don’t have to worry…

Year 6, to the tune of Granddad, wrote and sang their own special song…                                           Mrs Leeman we love you. You are always making crafty things and loads of cups of tea...                                       

Our Head Boy and Head Girl summed up our feelings:  Mrs Leeman we’ll miss you!

Good luck in your retirement, Mrs Leeman!!!