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Hello Class R,

We are coming to the end of our second week of being at home. I do hope you have not driven your parents too mad!?

It's nice to see so many of you using Reading Eggs and Mathletics. Keep up the good work!

Don't forget our Friday afternoon dance sessions. I want to hear that you have all been dancing to Chu Chu ua.

I am really missing you all and hope to see you soon.

Take care, stay safe and keep washing your hands!

 

 

 

Below is a link to many useful websites, to support your learning at home.

Hello to the children and parents of Class R!  We will be busy over the coming year adding pictures of all the learning and exciting things we have been up to. We hope you enjoy looking at all our activities. Thank you for your support.  Mrs Kiddell & Team

 

 

5/3/20

On Thursday 5th March we celebrated 'World Book Day'.  This year the children were asked to design a hat/headpiece that represented a story, rather than wear a whole costume, and they came up with some great designs!  We has a special assembly, where the hats were paraded, and Mrs McNulty and Mrs Drohan chose a boy and girl winner from each class.  We then went back to our classroom where we continued with activities linked to reading including writing about our favourite characters, writing an alternative version of the 'Gingerbread Man' story and reading out loud to each other. A big thank you goes out to all the parents/carers for their support in creating the hats, and we hope you enjoy looking through the photographs below.  

We have been busy working on traditional tales this first half of the spring term.

Here are some examples of the work we have been doing.

Can you spot the stories?

We have also been having lots of fun outside!

 

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It's Christmas!!!

We have been busy with our dressing up costumes. Can you spot your child?

4/9/19

The children of Class R will be very busy over the next few weeks settling into school and exploring their classroom and it's resources. They will be taking part in lots of child initiated play and learning, which will enable us to find out what they can already do and what their next steps are.  The children will be getting used to working in large and small groups, as well as one-one with an adult, and we look forward to supporting the next steps in their learning. We are exploring the theme of 'Ourselves' and will be talking about our bodies, our families and our homes, and discovering and celebrating how different and unique we all are! Then we will be exploring how to keep ourselves healthy.  Soon we will be adding photographs of our activities for you to enjoy.  Thank you for your support.  Mrs Kiddell & Team