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Nursery Class

Reception Chestnut

Reception Willow

Year 1 Ash

Year One Maple

Year Two Sycamore

Year 2 Aspen

Year 3 Elm

Year Three Oak

Year 4 Pine

Year Four Yew

Y5 Cedar

Year Five Silver Birch

Year Six Elder

Think U Know 5-7

Think U Know 8-10

Reception Willow



Mrs Bi  -

Teacher​

Mrs Nero  -

Teacher​

Mrs Convery -
Teaching Assistant

Useful Information
      Welcome_letter September 2019     
Curriculum plan for Autumn Term
 Curriculum plan for Spring Term  Spring 2020 new term letter
Click here for information for information on supporting your child to write at home Click here for information on supporting your child with phonics and reading
at home 
Click here to view a video of how we pronounce the phonemes
we teach the children
Click to download the 
Jolly Phonics sounds and actions
 
Click here for ideas for supporting​
your child at home

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Home Learning Support
Thank you for all the amazing work you are doing. You are not expected to complete all the work on this page, we would much rather your children do a little bit of learning at their own pace every day and enjoy it!
Supporting your child with writingSound mat
Free use of Phonics PlayClick here for a word list of the words that we teach children to read and spell. NOTE: YR CHILDREN WORK
ON PHASES 2-4
Listening games for childrenAccessing reading at home

Weekly learning tasks for week beginning
23rd March 2020


Daily tasks WB 23.3.2020 all week

Weekly learning tasks for week beginning 
30th March 2020


Daily tasks WB 30.3.2020 all week


Weekly learning tasks for week beginning 6th April 2020


Daily task for Monday 6th April 2020

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Daily task for Wednesday 29th April 2020


Daily task for Friday 1st May 2020

Easter Break ActivitiesWeekly learning tasks for week beginning 4th May 2020


Daily task for Monday 4th May 2020​


Daily task for Wednesday 6th May 2020​

Science family learning


Geography family learning​

Spring reading challengeWeekly learning tasks for week beginning 11th May 2020


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Daily tasks for Wednesday 13th May 2020

Forest School learning ideas


Maths family learning


DT family learning


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Daily tasks for Monday 18th May 2020​​

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Art family learning

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Mindfulness family learning

Weekly learning tasks for week beginning 1st June 2020


Daily tasks for Monday 1st June 2020


Daily tasks for Wednesday 3rd June 2020

History family learning​


Our current learning - Spring Term 2

Topic: Do cows drink  milk?
Numeracy: Length  

Literacy​: Funnybones by Janet and Allan Ahlberg


In the news....​

The children have been getting better at applying their phonic knowledge to write labels and short sentences. We are very proud of the progress they are making. 

We have carried out a survey of the different coloured cars parked on our Whitley Campus. We found out that silver was the most popular colour and that yellow was the least popular. 

We​ have enjoyed descriving the position of Spot the dog Beat Baby as part of our numeracy learning about position and we have also loved reading a non-fiction lift the flap book all about our body.

Bug hotel

The children​ enjoyed visiting the woodland area as part of our welly walk. We explored the bug hotel in there and we discussed what kind of creatures we might find inside. The children foraged for suitable items that they could add to enhance the bug hotel. We named the hotel 'Buggly Abbey'. 


Our current learning - Autumn Term

Topic: Why do squirrels hide their nuts?
Numeracy: recapping of shape and number 

Literacy​: writing Christmas cards

                                     

In the news....


We have enjoyed exploring different learning zones in our classroom. 


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        Exploring books in the outside reading zone.               Using resources in the creative zone.

  

Developing fine motor control using sticks to add to playdough.


       

           Creating models with construction toys.                 Finding sounds that we have learned.


The children have enjoyed exploring the fruit and vegetable role play. They have been communicating with each other to buy and sell the items in the shop and also use phonemes they know to write shopping lists. The children have also experienced using numbers to say the price of the items. 

Linked to our learning theme, Why do squirrels hide their nuts', the children have experienced creating a hedgehog using playdough and natural materials. 


Diwali party


To mark the end of our learning about Diwali, we enjoyed having a party to celebrate Diwali. We made headbands and special sweets. We also created rangoli patterns to decorate the room. We took part in some Bhangra dancing.





Welly Walk - Friday 15th November
This week we went on a walk outside to see what noises we could make. We listened carefully to the noises as we walked and jumped in the woodland area and on the playground. We could hear twigs cracking and snapping, leaves rustling and crunching and puddles splishing and splashing. we had great fun!

 

Let's perform! The children are excited to use our new performance area outside. 

Theatre trip
We throughly enjoyed our trip the Warwick Arts Centre to see 'Father Christmas'.