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Message from our Head of Primary

As I write this blog on Thursday we are currently at 19,378 parent views on Seesaw!

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That is during just over 5 weeks of school and for students in Years 1-6.  There also has been 3396 parent comments and 9964 likes on student learning photos or videos. 

It is fantastic to see how engaged our TBS Warsaw parents are and we hope that you feel that you have a clear understanding of some of the learning in class. 

Students are becoming more confident in using Seesaw themselves to upload an example of their learning.  They are very excited when they see their parent has liked or commented on their post. 

I know many parents have contributed to a post by the class teacher by giving examples of language, sentences or opinions that has enabled us to extend the students learning in class the next day.  Thank you for your enthusiasm in using Seesaw and we will be asking for your views on Seesaw very soon.

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Have a great weekend,

Joanne Prabhu

Head of Primary