We have to be thankful that we have not had the disruption of snow yet (or perhaps we should be sad that we have not seen Cornwall dressed in white!)
If we do wake up to snow, our instinct will be to take the children out of school to enjoy it. Please make sure that your child always has a warm coat, hat and gloves (plus extra socks and wellies if you can manage it) so that we can make use of this rare occur-rence if it chooses to arrive! We’ll only be able to take a few at a time so we must hope that the snow lasts—without disrupting transport—if it does come. If the snow comes and you DON’T want your child to go out in it, please let me know.
May I wish the whole Roselyon community a very happy, peaceful and successful 2016.
You will see from the calendar and the activity list that we have another exciting term ahead, with plenty of challenges: academic, sporting and cultural. Good luck to all those taking entrance exams and scholarship tests for their senior schools. Remember the key piece of advice for the morning of the test: smile as you go into the room to relax your brain and help it function at maximum ca-pacity. I know that you will do your best and that the right school is waiting for each one of you.