06/04/20202. Frogspawn update. The little spheres have become comma shapes, and you can just start to make out a head from a tail x
05/04/2020 Bedtime Billy Bear
05/04/2020 The Easter holidays are here and although things are far from normal, it is important to have a holiday, so there will be no work set for the next two weeks. If I see jolly Easter activities or more lovely signs of spring, the I will carry on putting them up, but there is no story of the week and no workbooks. The Dad's Lab link above is brilliant for interesting ideas and activities so I will leave it there for fun things to do. Don't forget the closing for the Easter parade is on the 8th and you can email your entries here
Well, school closure did happen, but Wild Bank continues to fill me with Joy. It is a delight to get so much feedback from you all. We are working hard to provide you with activities, stories, videos and support at our end and are being hugely rewarded by the feedback you are leaving on Purple Mash, Tapestry and via email. Where it is suitable, we are collecting pieces of your work and photographs and adding them to our gallery page. Each weekend, the main Foundation Stage page will be remade, and the week's work moved to another page headed with the date of the week. This is because we know that in Foundation stage we like to go back and repeat activities, reread stories and try things again, so your work suggestions will all still be there, but this page will start fresh and new each week.
Please keep logging on to this page to collect more ideas and activities, and don't forget to use your tapestry app too to share photos of what you have been up to while we are not together.
Stay safe and well everyone and we will see you soon, love Ms Hill, Miss Daniels, Miss May and Mr Fletcher.
Bluebell is our class rabbit. Pupils help care for our rabbit, and we discuss the importance of caring for our pets and our environment. Bluebell enjoys exploring our outdoor play area with the children too. At the moment she is playing out in Ms Hill's garden with Daffodil and Nutmeg