TEACHERS at a school in Northern Ireland have been hailed after sending kids home for the holidays with instructions for 'Christmas homework' that will bring a tear to your eye.
A mother of a four-year-old, who came home with the Christmas homework, shared the note on social media.
The note outlined eight heartwarming things pupils should try and do over the festive period.
- Make somebody laugh or smile
- Visit your favourite place
- Spend time with the people you care about
- Do the things that you enjoy
- Eat food that you love
- Watch your favourite programme or film
- Do something nice for somebody else
- Play with your toys
The note finished by urging the pupils to come back in the new year "ready to learn", before wishing them a merry Christmas.
The 4 year old came home with this in his school bag today 😍 yay! No homework until the new year. Whoop whoop!
That's the way it should be 🎅🎅🎅
@belfasthour#BelfastHour#ChristmasBreak 🎅#NoHomework 👍#MumsNI pic.twitter.com/hapo6dDagd
— Mums NI (@mums_ni) December 6, 2019
"The 4 year old came home with this in his school bag today," one mother wrote on Twitter.
"Yay! No homework until the new year. Whoop whoop!
"That's the way out should be."
The note was hailed online, with one user describing it as "lovely".
We simply couldn't agree more!