New meets for Buzz!

Buzz is settling in well to school life, he trots up and down the corridors greeting people with a wag of his tail!  He comes out in the field and the playground at lunchtime, and was most upset he couldn’t join in with the game of football last week ….

 

Buzz plays football

 

We have a lovely group of students just starting with us, from Canterbury University, and it was important they got to know the school dog as well as all the staff and pupils!

 

Buzz meets the students

Buzz was also very pleased to find some more dogs in Miss Allen’s Reception class! Sadly, despite his best efforts, he couldn’t get them to play with him …

 

Buzz meets the dogs

Buzz’s week

Buzz is starting to get to know his routine at St John’s, and springs out the car and dashes in to the school ready for all the attention!  He even comes into the office, but to be honest, is more a distraction than anything else as he’s so cuddly and strokable.

Buzz!

On Thursday he came to Harvest Festival and enjoyed sniffing around all the harvest goodies and watching the singing before deciding it was time for a snooze.

Buzz Harvest

On Thursday afternoon class 1 were practicing their handwriting, and the letters ‘ff’ accompanied by the line ‘scruffy dog’, so Buzz went in for inspiration.  As the class were so quiet and hard working, he fell asleep again under the table with a comfy book bag for a pillow!

yr 1 table

Buzz’s first week!

Buzz came to school for the first time last Monday, the 19th of September, and was a very well behaved puppy, and quite a hit in the playground!  We’re working on teaching him to sit, and greet people with all 4 paws on the floor!  The children have joined me in saying that to him, “4 paws on the floor Buzz”!

Buzz

He had a tour of the school, walked around the playground at lunchtime and played in the field, and then was exhausted and slept a lot on the floor in my office!

 

Buzz asleep

 

Buzz gives excellent hugs and is as soft as velvet, and we’re looking forward to watching him become a first class ‘outstanding’ school dog!