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Please see our Google Classroom page for more examples of the wonderful work you are all producing while home learning.

A few examples of the wonderful work you have all been doing at home

Parents Home learning Timetable

Now we are home learning and all of the Kingfishers staff  have been working hard to prepare resources to support you and your parents through this unusual situation.  Everyone will have taken home, or have had delivered, a home learning pack and details of how to contact us if  you need support or guidance.  Regular work will be set via 'Google Classroom'.  We know that you will give this your same fantastic focus as you do with your regular classwork.  Above is a copy of an example timetable to help you plan your day.   

 

Remember that we can be contacted by email if you need any help or guidance. We look forward to hearing from you during the coming weeks.

Good Luck

The last day in Class for a little while. We all kept smiles on our faces and enjoyed being with our friends.

Welcome to Kingfishers

 

Teaching Team

Mrs McDowell (Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday morning)

Mrs Eillott (Wednesdays afternoons, Thursday and Friday)

Mrs Howard and Mrs Burns

 

This terms topic is …

 

Land Ahoy!

The children will be on a pirate adventure through their learning

 

PE:

PE is on Tuesdays and Fridays.  It is expected that a full PE kit is left in school in a named bag, this needs to include a pair of trainers for outdoor sessions. Can girls who wear tights have a pair of socks in their kit.

(PE Kit: black shorts, green PE t-shirt, trainers)

 

Reading

 

Reading books will be changed twice a week on Monday and Thursday – reading records will be checked, please record when you hear your child read, if this is not done we will not change the book because we will assume that the book has not been finished.

 

Children are expected to read for at least 10 minutes each day.

Record the reading in your child's yellow reading record.

Children should read their book as much as possible within this time to build up their resilience and word recognition

 

Children need to bring their reading wallets into school every day.

 

Snack time:

 

Children will be provided with a snack of fruit or vegetables after break time.

 

Water:

It is important to drink enough water each day and so we recommend bringing in a clean water bottle daily which can be kept in the classroom and drunk during snack times. Water bottles can also be filled up from the sink in the classroom. Throughout the day, there are many opportunities for the children to have a drink of water. If they do not have a water bottle, the children can have a drink from the water fountain in the corridor. Children also eating school dinners will receive drinks of water with their meal at lunchtimes. Only WATER is allowed in bottles that are brought into the classroom. Squashes and fruit juices can be drunk with lunches, however are not allowed to be drunk at any other time of the school day- this is to avoid colourful, sticky spillages! Thank you for understanding!

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