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Walk and Talk board- 21.1.22

Week Beginning -Monday 17th January.

As so many of you currently have Covid, I will try to put more information on here in case you are feeling well enough to look and have a chat. All the things that we put on the walk and talk board are related to what we are doing in class, so might be a nice way to keep up with some of what we are doing in school. 

We all designed a bobble hat with repeating patterns, talking about zig-zags, stripes, spots and shapes.

If you click on the shopping basket icon you will find some activities you can do at home whilst you are isolating. 

On the class page will be available RWI videos for you to watch at home to practice their sounds. Keep an eye on the walk and talk board daily to see what we have been up to at school. 

Best wishes to you 

Alex Houghton

Week beginning 10th January

Our first full week of school has been very exciting! We have loved seeing all the smiley faces every morning.

We have have continued to make the most of the frost, we wore our wellie boots and explored the outside area and talked about what we could see. We used different equipment to melt coloured ice and we even managed to spot what colour the 2 colours mixed together made. We created some lovely winter art, by making snowflakes and bobble hats with repeated patterns!

In maths, we are practicing counting up to 5 and using objects and ordering numbers from smallest to biggest. Some of us even managed to find one more than a number up to 5. 

Have a lovely weekend!

 

laughyes Star of the Week yeslaugh

Joshua

 

 

 

Last week of term. We decorated gingerbread men and drank chocolate milk today, celebrating the end of this term. It's been a lovely week and I wish you all a very merry Christmas.

Tapestry

We have begun to label our Tapestry observations with initial letters that stand for the area of the EYFS that they demonstrate. I thought you would like to know what they stand for - 

The 7 areas of learning and development are:

  • communication and language. (CL)
  • personal, social and emotional development. (PSED)
  • physical development. (PD)
  • literacy. (L)
  • mathematics. (M)
  • understanding the world. (UtW)
  • expressive arts and design. (EAD)

We put most English and Mathematics into their actual books in school, so there will be less of these on Tapestry. I hope that is useful for you. laugh

Welcome to Tapestry. Your child will bring home a letter with your password and pin, further information is in the documents here. Please have a read and ask us for any more information.

Look for these in your child's bag.

Introducing "Proud Clouds"

Flu Vaccination Consent Letter - Please read and sign the electronic consent form.

Home learning

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