We got news of our placing request today

28 Apr

…and we got in!  Although we had been pretty confident about that, as the end of April approached I was starting to get a little bit concerned.  So, the Monster is off to visit the school with his nursery on Tuesday. Exciting times!

Now, I really must get my head round the dative case…

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5 Responses to “We got news of our placing request today”

  1. alasdairmaccaluim April 29, 2012 at 10:36 pm #

    Don’t worry – the dative’s easy. It’s the genitive you need to worry about : )

    • Slummy to Yummy Mummy April 29, 2012 at 11:03 pm #

      Yeah, I’ve just got to memorise all the sg, sm, sp etc bit… I have my fingers crossed that the genitive is a long way away. I get the feeling we’ve got more prepositional pronouns coming up so I need to think about which prepositions I actually know. Thank Heaven I like grammar, lol.

      Thanks!

  2. kennysmith72 May 8, 2012 at 11:21 am #

    Our Mhairi has her 3rd and final pre-visit on the 17th of May. We’ve not had official confirmation of acceptance yet but it is a formality we’re told.
    On her first visit she was a little shy going into class, but on the escond visit she marched right in grinning from ear to ear. She is so excited about starting at Gaelic school and though August seems so far away to her, it feels very close to us, especially now she has tried on her school uniform for size and we’ve placed the order.

    • Slummy to Yummy Mummy May 8, 2012 at 3:32 pm #

      Is she going to the Glasgow Gaelic School or one in Central Scotland? Fingers crossed she hears soon then. It sounds like she’s going to transition to school really well.

      • kennysmith72 May 9, 2012 at 9:48 am #

        She’s going to go to Bun-Sgoil Chondobhrait near Cumbernauld. Falkirk Council will provide transport there as they don’t yet have a Gaelic medium school here unfortunately. There will be 9 children from Falkirk going there this year and there are others from Falkirk who go to Bun Sgoil Taobh na h-Aibhne in Stirling.

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