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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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  • 21st January 2022

    Published 21/01/22, by Kate Woodward

    Talk Homework: Watch or read the story of Rapunzel.

    Reading: 3 times per week.

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  • 14th January 2022

    Published 14/01/22, by Kate Woodward

    Talk homework:

    We are reading Goldilocks and the Three Bears. Find three items of different sizes. Take a photo of yourself with them.

    Reading: 3 times a week

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  • 7th January 2022

    Published 07/01/22, by Kate Woodward

    Talk Homework- a homework has been set for you to complete using Microsoft Teams logins. An assignment has been created for you to take a photo of your child reading their favourite traditional tale in their favourite reading spot. A photo needs to be uploaded to the Teams assignment. Miss Anderson sent out a guide about how to use Teams before Christmas which you can use if you are unfamiliar with the platform. The chosen story book can then be brought into school next week to share with the children. Please remember to name this book clearly.

    Reading continues to be three times a week please.

    Tricky words to practice reading and writing are I, to, no, go, the.

    We also would like some parent helpers for a village walk next Friday from 1:15pm. If you are available please let me know. We do need several helpers to allow this to happen.

    Also, just a reminder, as has been advised by the government, we do have the windows and doors of our classrooms open throughout the day. It can get quite chilly! Please make sure your child is dressed warmly and that any mittens/gloves, scarves and hats have your child's name on them and that they have warm clothes for outdoor PE in their PE kits. Thank you!

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  • Once Upon a Time- knowledge organiser and weekly planning for Spring 1 Week 1Item Title

    Published 02/01/22, by Kate Woodward

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  • 17th December 2021

    Published 17/12/21, by Kate Woodward

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  • Nativity 2021

    Published 13/12/21, by Kate Woodward

    Here is the Vimeo link to our nativity show. You will receive the password via parent mail.

    https://vimeo.com/655530466

    Enjoy!!!! Any feedback from you that we can share with the children would be greatly received in lieu of the claps an applause they would have lapped up in a live show.

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  • 10th December 2021

    Published 10/12/21, by Kate Woodward

    Talk Homework- Next week we will be becoming bakers and creating our own bakeries and sweet treats in teams of three as part of our Skills Builder learning project. Could you please carry out some research- looking at Christmas cakes and treats in the shops/ in bakeries and maybe even doing some taste testing.

    As always, please also read at least 3 times a week and focus upon securing reading on sight the words I, to, no, go, into, the.

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  • 3rd December 2021

    Published 03/12/21, by Kate Woodward

    Talk Homework:

    See if your child can retell the nativity story to you.

    Please also remember to bring in any costumes requested on Monday as we will be doing a dress rehearsal.

     

     

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  • 26th November 2021

    Published 26/11/21, by Kate Woodward

    Talk Homework:

    *Learn any lines given for the school Nativity play and organise any costumes if needed. Your children may be able to sing some of the songs for you.

    *Home reading 3 times per week. For the next fortnight, it may be that your child isn't heard by the teacher as often due to our nativity rehearsal and performance schedule. Thanks for understanding.

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  • 19th November 2021

    Published 19/11/21, by Kate Woodward

    Talking Homework:

    *Talk to your children about how you celebrate special holidays in your family and which holidays are special. What are your favourite memories of the holiday? What are traditional foods you eat? Do you have special decorations?

    *Encourage your children to write some CVC words, for example, cat, dog, get, net, mat, run, pop.

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  • Phonics Parent Session

    Published 15/11/21, by Kate Woodward

    Video of the session will follow when we find a way to upload it as file currently too large. For resources mentioned and the powerpoint presentation please see attachments below.

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  • 12 November 2021

    Published 12/11/21, by Kate Woodward

    Talk Homework:

    *Talk to your child about how to cross the road safely with an adult and ways they can be safe on their bike and/or scooter (for example, wearing a helmet). Tier 1: safe, crossing, pavement Tier 2: vehicle, zebra crossing Tier 3: pedestrian

    *Talk to your child about signs you notice (and their meanings) on the journey to and from school. 

    *Help your child choose fancy dress to wear on Friday for Children in Need and discuss why they are doing it. Remember, you don't need to purchase anything new -- recycling is a great way to make a costume.

     

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