I know, we can't believe it either. We are celebrating but are aware we have one child who didn't make it last year so we are trying to keep a lid on it to a certain extent. We are having a big party tonight, which we were having anyway for pre-Christmas reasons and I'm in the middle of making sausage rolls a la Delia.
I really feel for those who didn't quite make it, I've been there (after this years' Bucks and with previous child)and it gives you a pain in the guts sometimes. Use that pain!! (must stop reading those heal yourself books)Make a good case and go for it.
As I've said before, I couldn't have survived the last three months with all of you 'rooting' for me, and I will do my best to support others. I don't know anything about the technical/dyslexic/learning problems that are being discussed - my heart goes out to them. I also feel for the ones who missed by one or ten points and can't find anything to 'blame' for lack of success. Talk to class teacher and head teacher, ours were completely brilliant when that Bucks result came through as 109 and 107.
Drat. Pastry is burnt.
Three cheers for twiglets and cheese n' pineapple on sticks stuck in foiled grapefruit halves. Very retro.