Hello Nursery! Here is this week’s home learning. We will read the story ‘The Gingerbread Man.’ We will explore the words ‘character,’ ‘setting’ and ‘problem’ and we will help the Gingerbread Man to share his buttons with his friend Benny Biscuit.
Don’t forget you can still complete lots of PE at home using RealPE. The log in details are below:
Join the school sports partnership’s virtual athletics event today!
Why not complete a football challenge today?
Join the latest school sports partnership Quadkids Athletics competition!
Today would have been the school sports partnership cricket event. Why not join in virtually from home?
Watch this video with Mrs Sheppard, find out about our latest online challenge, and get your artwork included in our next Youtube video!
Send in your finished pictures to email@example.com by Wednesday 3rd June
Somewhere over the rainbow Way up high And the dreams that you dream of once in a lullaby... The words we’ve sung together, Our voices all as one Now we need your pictures to accompany our song Somewhere over the rainbow Bluebirds fly And the dreams that you dream of Dreams really do come true So paint yourself a rainbow Make the colours bright and strong And at the end of your rainbow You know what needs to come Draw your pot of treasure What you would like to find It could be friends or family Whatever’s in your mind It might be a polished pebble, A shell found in the sand Or a tiny daisy’s petal Or a feather that you’ve found It could be love or kindness A world that’s full of peace A dewdrop in the garden Or a sumptuous feast There is no right or wrong for this Let your imagination go wild Let the treasure be your dreams you dream And help us all to smile Someday, I’ll wish upon a star Wake up where the clouds are far behind me Where trouble melts like lemon drops High above the chimney tops That's where you'll find me So paint your rainbow picture With treasure of your dreams And send it by the 3rd of June For all of us to see
Norfolk and Waveney are marking ‘Mental Health Awareness week’ by celebrating all things kind at their virtual ‘Festival of Kindness’. From the 18th- 24th of May their social media will be filled with events- music- talks- activities for families and well-being advice.
They would love to hear about kind things that have happened to you that we can all celebrate. It could be the smallest gesture that made a huge difference, something you have remembered for a long time or something that happened very recently.
Maybe you or your family could submit a poem, artwork or photo around the theme of kindness?
Maybe you want to send a shout out to someone who is particularly kind or someone that you want to make smile?
Send them a message via social media or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Find out more information on their website, here.
Listen to Mrs. Sheppard as she reads a story all about feelings. The book describes and explores the many feelings children experience in their life.
Why not enter the athletics competition this week? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SjQKLCR1XBE&app=desktop