Well done Nursery

Dear Nursery,

Next week is half term therefore there will be no further blogs until we return to school. School will only be open to the existing key worker children on Monday 1st June and Tuesday 2nd June so we can implement all the changes needed in order to reopen the school safely to Nursery, Reception, Year One and Year Six. The phased return will now start on Wednesday 3rd June for the children being offered Wednesday and Thursday, if the five key tests, set out by the government, are met. Please keep checking the blogs for further updates from Mr Langford. 

We will still be setting work via the blog on Mondays and Wednesday. The work set will reflect the work we are doing in school so your children do not miss out. The children in Nursery have been offered two days so please continue to learn through play, at home, on the days they are not in school. Remember their concentration span is only short (about 15 minutes) so do not expect them to concentrate for too long. Please continue to email Mrs Poole at the email address This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.​​ I am still available to support home learning. Due to being in class with the children the reply may take a little longer than usual. The Friday blog, where we share your wonderful work, will no longer be published but please keep sending me your photos.  

As promised here are a couple of photos of Mrs Poole working and learning from home. I have  enjoyed a few days in school and I really enjoyed speaking to you this week. 

​Mrs Poole has been using the laptop a lot lately. 

​Mrs Poole has been learning to play the violin again after 20 years. 

 Learning from home does not always go according to plan. Addition skittles was lots of fun as Reggie loved chasing and catching the ball and kept knocking the toilet roll skittles over with his wagging tail! 

​I have some wonderful news to share. My nephew was born on Tuesday 19th May at 2.33pm weighing 8lb 2oz. My sister and new nephew are doing very well and are enjoying spending time as a family at home. I am a very proud auntie.  

​This week you have all been very busy learning at home. I always love seeing photos of your happy faces enjoying your learning. Here is a selection of your learning this week. 

Tamar is now able to type her name independently. She has been using an app called 'Reading Eggs' and is doing so well. She has also been using Maths Seed to enhance her mathematical skills. Well done Tamar. 

Aliza has been working hard on numbers and letter this week.

​Wishing you a happy and restful week off next week. 

Mrs Poole

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Sunday, 25 October 2020