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Snowflakes C

Welcome to the  'Snowflakes C' Class Page

 

Mrs. Claridge is the Class Teacher and she is supported by Mrs. Wasniowska, Miss. Wilkin, Miss. Freestone and

Mrs. Wilkinson.  This page will show you some of the exciting things the children have been doing in class and ideas for you to do at home to support learning.

RELIGIOUS EDUCATION: Our RE learning began this half-term but taking part in the Whole School RE Project. We looked at and handled a 'Holding Cross' and then we made our own crosses from different materials. These are now on display in our School Hall. Also, we painted and decorated crosses for the School Cross Competition.

At the beginning of our RE learning, we gather around our class Prayer Table and we say a prayer together. We join in with making the sign of the cross. We have talked about our own families during Circle Time and we have looked at photographs of ourselves when we were babies. We have learned that we are all different and all special. We have learned that we are all part of God's Family. Here are some photographs of our learning. We had fun painting our faces and making handprints.

Here are photographs of our class displays, showing the activities which we have been doing this half-term in Nursery.

Our Welcome Board.
God Made Me - portraits, baby photographs and handprints
God Made Me - portraits, baby photographs and handprints
Funnybones
Our 'Funnybones' skeletons.
Our 'Funnybones' skeletons.

Here are some photographs taken during our 'Learning Through Play' today - Wednesday, 7th October. We were busy writing letters in the sand, mark making, decorating Gingerbread Men with playdough, water play with the sea creatures, building with wooden bricks, riding trikes and bikes.

FRIDAY, 9TH OCTOBER 2020 - WHOLE SCHOOL NON-UNIFORM DAY - We looked so lovely and bright today, all wearing something yellow to school. We were raising money for the Young Minds Charity in advance of World Mental Health Day 2020

Autumn Term 2020 - Nursery Curriculum Letter

Curriculum Overview for Foundation Stage for the academic year 2020-21

SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES TO DO AT HOME WITH YOUR CHILD

WEEK ONE

 

It has been lovely to welcome the new children to Nursery and we have had a very good first week.  All the children have been happy to come to school each morning and they have all been busy this week doing lots of 'play' and 'talk' both between themselves and with the grown ups.  As the weather has been sunny and warm, we have been able to lots of our learning outdoors.  Here are some photographs from our first week to show you what we have been doing.

 

 

17TH SEPTEMBER - PHOTOGRAPHS OF CECILIA'S CRAFT WORK WHICH SHE MADE AT HOME AT THE WEEKEND. A GREAT JOB CECILIA!

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Attendance

Attendance

Attendance percentage for each class.

  • Nursery

    97.0

  • Reception

    97.6

  • Year 1

    99.3

  • Year 2

    98.2

  • Year 3

    99.3

  • Year 4

    97.8

  • Year 5

    98.7

  • Year 6

    98.2

Whole School:

"We are part of God's family. We follow the way of Jesus by loving, learning and doing our best."

Awards

Awards we have achieved so far.

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