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Covid Catch Up over the Summer 

 

 

Occasionally over the summer you may like to dip into the challenges below. Have a look at the end of Reception expectations to ascertain whether or not your child could use the challenges to secure their learning. This is entirely your choice and there are other fun ways of actively learning and achieving the below expectations. 

Have a lovely summer - I know Mrs. Bond will love being your teacher in Year 1. 

Lots of Love - Mrs. Maguire  xxx

 

Welcome back! 

A very warm welcome back to "school" for your final term. I hope you have had a well deserved rest over the gorgeous half term holiday. I am still thinking of you and your families all the time and I hope that you are all managing to stay safe, well and sane! 

Remember - 

 

You all worked incredibly hard last term to complete activities on Purple Mash and from the school website. I understand how hard this time can be so my advice is still; 

  • Make it fun! 
  • Do it outdoors! 
  • Little and often. 
  • Ensure that there is a purpose eg writing a note to Grandma or the Postman. 
  • If it's becoming a battle - stop and return to it later. 
  • Remember this .....                

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Please find below some information relating to the current topics in Reception

 

 Click on the areas below to find a task. Have fun!

Have a look at our Welcome back to School video for you all. We've really missed you xxx

Click on the link below!

Returning to school .....

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As we begin to think about returning to school, I spotted a Mummy swan this morning looking after her baby cygnets. She is leading the way and they are following dutifully behind. She is keeping them safe and monitoring the risk for them all. Some she needs to keep closer to her than others. And that's fine. She loves them all. If you are coming back to school, we can't wait to see you. If you have decided to wait - that's fine too. Keep in touch with us via Purple Mash and emails. Stay safe and well, Mrs. Maguire

Preparing to come back to school. Have a look at this Powerpoint with your adult and remember our St. Philip's Standards - Be Ready, Be Respectful and Be Responsible

 

 

 

Monday 18th May 

 

This week is Mental Health Awareness Week. The theme for the week is "Kindness" 

It has been said that:

 

"Kindness is an act of courage" 

 

I agree - sometimes I think that it is more difficult to be nice. What do you think? 

 

Below you will find a "Power of Kindness Calendar" 

Each day I encourage you to come up with an act of kindness for your mums, dads and siblings. It might even extend to your neighbours (staying safe of course). I will be encouraging my children to think about the following ideas: 

  • Make your own bed
  • Make Mum and Dad's bed
  • Hoover
  • Match some socks
  • Kids make the lunch (under supervision of course) 
  • Record a lovely message for Grandparents/neighbours
  • Clap the bin men

and I'm sure you would have many many more amazing ideas 

 

 

Remember, we are here for you if you need us. 

 

Take care and look after each other, 

 

Mrs. Maguire xxx

 

 

Our Wondering Wednesday Question to ponder

Have a look at the following documents and explore VE day with your child

 

 

 

 

Chester Zoo is open today Friday 27th March! Why not take a free virtual tour of the zoo, Look at the butterflies at 13.00. And best of all it's free!! See link below

We've been having a great day today - "Smile a smile and pass it on" . Your children are truly amazing. They make us laugh, marvel and beam with pride daily. Enjoy having them at home so you can marvel at their sheer amazingness too. We will miss them but feel assured we will see you all very soon. Love from Mrs. Maguire and Mrs. Rimmer

laugh Homework will be given out on a Thursday. In order to mark your children's work, please return your book to school on the following Tuesday. Thank you. laugh

I cannot underestimate the importance of listening to your child read and sharing the joy that books can bring to our lives. Have a read of the statistics below: 

 

 

Remember to listen to your children read if possible every night. 

 

Play sound games and check if they know their tricky words. 

Remember to make it fun! 

 

Read the top tips below to help support your child in the best way possible. 

 

Top Tips to help you support your child with reading at home

Each of the links below are great resources for additional learning at home. Have fun! cool
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