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Message 30th March

Hello to all our Reception families, just wanted to send a little message to all of you hoping you are all safe and well and to say that we are both missing seeing you each day. We know a lot is changing at the moment, so to help we are going to be keeping in touch every week via the website. 


We hope you got the School messages about some of the fantastic, free and interactive learning that is being offered to support your home learning.


Every day there’s a great Read Write Inc live lesson by Ruth Miskin at 9:30am or 12.30pm, which are then available for the next 24 hours if you miss this slot. This is a brilliant way of keeping all your child’s brilliant phonics knowledge and enthusiasm bubbling.  From this on the Oxford Owl website there’s further support and resources to extend their learning of the Set 1,2 and 3 sounds. I would really recommend using the following link to help you with this.


I am also sure you have all been keeping fit with the Nation’s PE teacher, Joe Wicks. If you haven’t heard of him yet check out his YouTube Channel at 9am every morning. It’ll definitely help your little ones run off some energy in the morning! In addition to this there’s some great movement and mindfulness videos that you can sign up for free at GoNoodle

Also Reception children, don't forget to google 'Maximo' for some of the exercises we do in class. Don't forget we do the 'Maximo and the Maxerena' and 'Maximo and The Hokey Pokey' and 'Maximo Twist and Shout' also don't forget 'Banana, Banana, Meatball'


Most importantly we just want to say that we really value your support at home at this time! Please be realistic and kind to yourselves, and remember that this work is just a guide. The one thing we urge you to keep doing is reading, so please where possible fit this into your daily schedule.


You’re all doing such a fantastic job and we would love to keep in touch with all the creative ways you’re keeping busy and learning at home so please Tweet all your activities, bursts of learning and the children’s words of wisdom along the way!

Perhaps your bean plant has started to grow, ours in school are not doing so well!

You may have been on a minibeast hunt or made something, they would be wonderful to see.

You may be sharing a book or even drawing a writing a sentence or caption.


Take care of yourselves and your families,

Lots of love from Mrs Liggat and Mrs Oldfield xx