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*Home Learning Update*
A Google Classroom has been set up for Foundation Class! You will receive information from the School Office this week (wk/b 27.4.20) regarding login details. Please see the document below 'Google Classroom Instructions' for step by step instructions on how to access the Classroom. All you will need is a device with access to the internet. Every week I will post new ideas of activities you can do at home to support your child's learning. (These are not compulsory so please don't feel pressured to complete everything.) On Google Classroom you will be able to ask questions, post comments and upload photos if you wish. This week's activities are all related to the lovely Julia Donaldson story The Snail and the Whale. (Please see the document below.) As usual, if you have any questions or concerns please don't hesitate to contact the school office.
Mrs Gallagher :)
Hello Foundation Class parents! We hope you are well and enjoying time with your children! We miss them very much! There is no pressure to keep up with what children would have been doing at school during this time, but naturally you will want to support your child's continuing development so please dip into the ideas and resources here as you see fit. You should all have received a Parent Mail with a list of recommended websites to keep your children learning whilst at home. A copy of this list can be found below. In addition to these websites, please also check out the link below to MrMCMakingMemories.com where you will find some more excellent resources and advice. If you don't have the app 'Teach Your Monster To Read' then I highly recommend it! It is a fun, phonics game which progresses at each individual child's pace. It's around £4.99 on a phone or tablet but you can play for free on a computer! (Link below.) And Oxford Owl are currently offering their full library of e-books for free. (Link below.) They have a fabulous range of books for all stages so do check them out and keep listening to your children read as often as you can. Keep an eye on this page for updates and in the meantime, if you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to contact the school office.
Mrs Gallagher :)
We have been learning about dinosaurs for our topic this term. We have learnt about different types of dinosaurs, where they used to live, different features of a dinosaur and the differences between dinosaurs. For this topic, we read a range of "Harry and his bucketful of dinosaurs" books, and we made biscuits shaped like a dinosaur claw print, and we looked at fossils and dinosaur bones. Check our page to keep yourselves updated with what we have been doing in class!
Christmas Jumper Day
We are enjoying a busy term.
We have been learning in many ways such as painting, outdoor playing, nature walk and colouring.
Keep an eye on our page, we will be adding more photographs .
This week we harvested the potatoes that we had planted last month, and we cooked them. They were delicious!!!
Here are some pictures of us taking part in Sports Day
Over the past few days we have been doing a lot of sports activities to celebrate and enjoy PE and school sports. We have been doing hula hooping, skipping, orienteering, street dancing and yoga.
End of Spring Term
We had a very busy and eventful week, and now it is time to enjoy the sunny weather!☀️
Look at us practising for our assembly!
A Visit to Blessed Sacrament Church
A golden start to our Friday morning to wake us up!
This week we dressed up as our favourite book character for Book Week to celebrate reading and share the joy of books with everyone. Look at our pictures to see what we had dressed up as for Book Week!
Jack Frost Came to Visit
He came and froze everything in our school!
We made biscuits shaped like a dinosaur footprint!
It was yummy!🐾
Our very own dinosaur model
We made our own dinosaurs using recycled materials.
Today, we wore a Christmas Jumper to raise money for Save the Children.
For this topic, we have been working as a team to make a bridge for the three billy goat brothers to cross on to get to the meadow