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We made vegetable soup, yum, yum!

We Miss You

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All the children in our little bubble wanted to share a message to Shirley, Amanda and all the other children who aren't back to school yet. We miss you and are looking forward to seeing you again very soon.

From
Everyone in the Class 1 bubble

We have been designing and building boats. We guessed if they would float or sink and then we tested our boats on the water.

It's nice to be back, we've had lots of fun!

Welcome back to Class 1

Classroom Tour June 2020

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Take a look around our classroom before you come back to school next week. Some things have changed but there are lots of fun things still to do at school.

See you soon,
Miss Christensen

Home Learning

We are uploading activities to our Home Learning page every week. Please remember that these activities are ideas to support your child in learning at home and you should not worry if your child does not complete them all.

 

More than anything we want your child to have fun and learn through play. It could be counting how many carriages their train has, weighing ingredients to make a cake or making a scrapbook. In Early Years, we learn best when we are interested in what we are doing. 

 

If you want to send me any pictures of what your child has been doing during lockdown, please email me ( nchristensen@st-oswalds.cumbria.sch.uk ) and we will upload them onto our Class Page so we can see what fun things we've been up to.

 

We are missing you all and can't wait to see you again soon.

 

Miss Christensen 

 

Well-being for parents

Playdough Recipe

Sound Mat for support in writing

School Closures

 

In the event of a school closure or for any children who are self-isolating, I have provided a range of activities and ideas that

parents/carers can use at home to support your child's learning. In addition to this, please remember the importance of play and exploration, looking for mini-beasts in the garden, colouring pictures, telling stories or playing board games. Reading is also very important for your child, please try to read with them at every opportunity and enjoys books together.

 

There are also some wonderful websites with interactive games for your child to use, such as:

 

 

Note: There are many ideas here on the class pages. These activities are a suggestion … please do not feel that each and every activity needs to be completed. Read the work carefully and decide which ones are appropriate for your child.

 

More websites and ideas for home learning.

The children asked "can we make a volcano?" - yes, we can!

Welcome to Class 1

 

We will keep you up to date with all our exciting adventures in school here on our class page.

If there is anything you would like us to add, please let us know.

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