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In the eyes of God, every child matters, every moment of every day

In the eyes of God, every child matters, every moment of every day

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  • 24th June 2022

    Published 24/06/22, by Kate Woodward

    Talk homework:

    Next week will be Science Week. We will be exploring the following scientific strands: Biology, Chemistry and Physics. Can you do a scientific experiment at home and think of a way to share it with the class? You can create a poster or even a video, which you can email to the school. We look forward to seeing your experiments!

    Please continue to read with your child a minimum of 3 times per week.

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  • 17th June 2022

    Published 17/06/22, by Kate Woodward

    Talk Homework- Where in the world is China and what is it like there? 

    Reading at least three times a week please.

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  • 10th June 2022

    Published 10/06/22, by Kate Woodward

    Talk homework- Where in the world is Australia and what is it like? Use maps, atlases, Google Earth. Learn about the wildlife, lifestyle, culture and geography,

    Reading at least 3 times a week.

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  • 27th May 2022

    Published 27/05/22, by Kate Woodward

    Talk homework:

    Read a minimum of 3 times a week.

     

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  • 27th May 2022

    Published 27/05/22, by Kate Woodward

    Talk homework:

    Read a minimum of 3 times a week.

     

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  • 20th May 2022

    Published 20/05/22, by Kate Woodward

    Talk Homework:

    - Discuss the word arachnid. What does it mean?

    - Continue reading a minimum of 3 times each week. 

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  • 13th May 2022

    Published 13/05/22, by Kate Woodward

    Talk Homework:

    - Next week we'll be exploring money and thinking about the value of coins. Find some coins and look at them with your child. Talk about similarities and differences between coins and discuss the value of coins. If it's possible, take your child shopping with you and point out the prices of items. What is the most expensive? What is the least expensive? Perhaps you have some foreign currency you can look at with your child.

    - As always, please read with your child a minimum of 3 times per week, listening to them read as well as reading to them.

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  • 6th May 2022

    Published 06/05/22, by Kate Woodward

    Talk homework:

    - We will be reading the Very Hungry Caterpillar. Discuss with your child the days of the week. Perhaps they have certain activities on certain days of the week and you can discuss upcoming events and practise counting down the days until that event.

    - Continue to read with your child and listen to your child read a minimum of 3 days a week.

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  • 29th April 2022

    Published 29/04/22, by Kate Woodward

    Talk Homework:

    -Practise counting with your children, emphasising one-to-one correspondence when counting objects. All children should be able to count to 10 and many children will be able to count to 20.

    - We will be growing many plants from seed next week. If you have any seeds you'd like to donate for us to plant, we would appreciate it. You can also plant seeds at home and talk about all the different plants that grow from seeds.

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  • 22nd April 2022

    Published 22/04/22, by Kate Woodward

    Talk homework:

    - Ask your child about the Creative Spaces day today. Some questions you can ask: What did you choose to make and why? Who was in your group? What was the theme of your group (beach, city or woodland)? Which skills did you use (problem solving, teamwork, leadership, creativity)? What were you most proud of?

    - Continue to read with your child a minimum of three times per week, remembering to listen to them read as well as reading to them.

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  • 1st April 2022

    Published 01/04/22, by Kate Woodward

    Talk homework:

    *Continue to read with your child a minimum of 3 times per week. Remember to listen to them read as well as reading to them.

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  • 25th March 2022

    Published 25/03/22, by Kate Woodward

    Talk Homework:

    Next week, the last week of our superhero topic, we'll be sharing a book about David Attenborough. Share your feelings with your child about looking after the environment and discuss what things you do as a family to look after our planet. Watch a bit of a David Attenborough documentary with your child and listen to their thoughts about the natural world. Do they think David Attenbourough is a hero?

    Please read with your child--and listen to your child read--a minimum of 3 times per week.

    If you haven't done so already, can you make sure your child has a white T-shirt that we can transform into a superhero costume. We need the T-shirt by Monday. Thank you1 

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