Following a cupboard sort-out this morning, I've found a wealth of activity books suitable for children in years 2 and 3. They are great but have been sat in the back of a cupboard for far too long as we simply don't use them in the school day. It seems right to give them a new home!
Have a look through the pictures below and let me know if you'd like any. I'll put them to one side for you to collect either this week or next Wednesday when we return. Thank you, Miss Mears-Sykes.
In school last week, children in Class 2 made 3D poppies to display for Remembrance this week.
Good evening everyone,
Following our bubble closure, I'd just like to offer a little clarification and reassurance as we look ahead to a week of home learning.
I have set-up a page on the website as best as I can today which I'll add to throughout the week. On the page, you'll find a timetable of activities for the week.
This follows what we would have been learning in school.
As we understand that work commitments and situations differ from household to household, on the timetable you will find that subjects have been prioritised as follows:
- (1st priority) Daily English & maths activities
- (2nd priority) Physical activity
Please ensure that your child completes the 1st and 2nd priority tasks.
-(3rd priority) Topic learning
-(4th priority) Optional extra tasks to complete in the week.
To clarify, I will be in school this week and therefore I can provide support, answer any questions and help you as best as I can (get in touch via Class Dojo, email or by ringing the school office). I will begin by ringing round everyone in the morning to check that you are able to access the learning and answer any questions. Please let me know if you prefer a particular time.
I understand this isn't an ideal situation and encourage you to let me know if you need support. Continue to look after yourselves & your family,