It’s set to snow over the coming week, so if the snow comes here are some suggested activities to make the most out of the snow!
We have really enjoyed our first two ‘super science’ assemblies exploring ways to make ice melt the quickest, and exploring properties of materials and how to make things ‘go’. The children showed real grit and determination to keep trying, even when they weren’t getting the results they wanted!
Hello Early Years children and families. Join us for our Healthy Me Cafe and get creative in the kitchen with these videos!
Watch our cafe video from 3pm on Tapestry or through this link: https://youtu.be/sXDsY9rnI28
Here are the recipes we used, but you can use what you have available at home.
Reception children and families, including superheroes and princesses, have been doing some fantastic learning at home developing their phonics and maths skills and enjoying projects to develop their learning across the curriculum.
Reception families, please see a copy of this week’s remote learning.
Here is the home learning sheet for the week beginning the 4th of January. We understand that there have been some technical difficulties with Tapestry which is related to the demand on the website, this is not due to your individual account or the school. We apologise for any issues that this may cause. We hope access to this sheet will allow you to continue with any home learning.YR-Learning-from-Home-4.1
Don’t forget you can still complete lots of PE at home using RealPE. The log in details are below:
Wow what an exciting few weeks we have had in Reception! Have a read of the newsletter to find out what we have been learning.
Here is the link to the RWI phonics website where you will find a useful audio guide of how to say each sound. https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/reading/learn-to-read-phonics/
Welcome to our Early Years Colour Hunt Cafe!
We hope you enjoy listening to the story ‘We’re Going on a Leaf Hunt’ read by Miss Wright. You can then watch some videos for activities that you might like to try this afternoon or over the weekend.
Miss Compton is showing you a colour wheel activity. You will need: access to colourful objects.
Miss Smart is showing you a journey stick activity. You will need: access to the outdoors to find natural materials, a stick and some tape.
Miss Butcher is showing you how to thread leaves to make a leaf crown/belt/necklace. You will need: access to leaves, string and a hole punch or pencil to poke holes in leaves.
Remember to wash your hands after you have been outside and to return the natural objects back to their homes in nature when you are finished with them.
We look forward to seeing photos of your creations!
The Early Years Team 🙂