Mrs Abraham would like to show you how the school has changed.
Please see below for further information....
Please visit "Lockdown Home Learning" under the 'parents page' to see daily activities for Nursery. Click on the link below...
Help with home learning, please click below:
Rhyme time with Ms Copper
Story time! Norman. The slug with the silly shell by Sue Hendra and Paul Linnet
Norman. The slug with the silly shell read by Mrs Allen
After listening to the story, could you make a silly shell for Norman?
Little Red Riding Hood read by Miss James
After listening to the story, why not try making your own story telling props?... Click on the link below
Story Time! Hungry Harry by Joanne Partis
Hungry Harry read by Ms Copper
Count on me
Please learn to sing and sign this song. When you have learnt it please send your teacher a video of you singing and signing.
Story time! Aaaarrgghh, Spider! By Lydia Monks
Aaaarrrgghhh Spider! Read by Mrs Allen
After listening to the story, why not try to make your own spider prop? Click on the instructions below:
Little Monkey by Rod Campbell
Little Monkey read by Miss James
Hand print Monkey Craft
Butterfly release day!! Thank you for sharing Mia!
Butterfly read by Ms Copper
The Very Hungry Caterpillar read by Mrs Allen
Try these activities! Click on the link above...
This week is "Deaf Awareness Week" ! Let's celebrate at home, click on the links below:
Learn how to sign greetings...
Something Special with Mr Tumble...
We're Going on a Bear Hunt! Read by Miss James
We're going on a bear hunt activities, please click on the link below:
We love to see your home learning! Please send any photographs of your learning to: email@example.com Make sure you write your name, class and what learning you are presenting. Your friends will be so excited to see you. We miss you all. Stay safe!
A sweet message from Maria! I, all of your teachers and your friends miss you too!
It's lovely to see you and your sister Lucas. We love your rainbows!
It's lovely to see you Maria and your baby brother Idris. Maria's mum tells us that Maria is enjoying phonics and is eager to read. She is beginning to blend three letters. Well done Maria, keep up the good work!
Hajrah and her family have been busy in the kitchen baking!
We've had some birthday celebrations at home.... Reiley and Harrison have turned 4! Wow we hope you had a good day!
Yousaf and Hajrah making a house for the Ants- We can see that you both miss forest school! Love the outdoor learning! Keep it up!
Anas' Mum tells us that he is "keeping himself busy playing and doing work on his laptop". It's so nice to see you Anas! Stay safe and keep learning.
Hello Neha! Lovely to see you!
Lovely to see you smiling and staying safe at home Milly and Tasha!
Nabihah, it is so lovely to see that beautiful smile and to see you are staying safe at home. We like your sssss-snakes, they are very colourful! Are you going to use some scissors (with supervision of Mummy of course!) to cut them out? That would be great! We love your outfit with your sister too!
*Caterpillar update! Mia's 5 caterpillars have formed their chrysalises! They have now been placed inside a special net and in 7-14 days...butterflies may emerge. Mia's mum has said she will keep us updated! How exciting!
Mia was very excited when she watched the story about the 10 wriggly caterpillars as she has 5 caterpillars at home! Mia's mum has kindly sent some pictures of what they look like now on day 9. Mia is fascinated and so are we! Can you please let us know what happens when they come out of their cocoons...?Keep up the fantastic learning Mia, well done!
Useful speech and language resources. Click on the links below:
FROM US TO YOU
10 Wriggly Wiggly Caterpillars
Hawthorn loves to sing at home
Well done Maria, we love your picture of Captain Tom!
Captain Thomas Moore, known as Captain Tom... An Inspiration to us all! Please see ‘Latest News’ for our whole school Home Learning Project.
Please download this well being activity and complete with your child.
From age 3, you can now access BBC's Bitesize daily lessons with fun things to learn and do during the week! Parents' and carers' please help your child to access this resource on a tablet, phone or computer.
Monday 20th April
We have been teaching children essential skills such as: listening, team work & being creative as part of their learning and our link, Skills Builder, has now provided a home learning link so that you can continue with some of the activities at home.
Select the skill that you'd like to practise and then select the step for the year group that your child is in - Nursery children should access step 0.
A warm welcome back Nursery ! We trust that you had a lovely Easter break, and that you are ready to access some more wonderful resources online. Stay home, stay safe!
It's story time...That's not my bee! Read by Mrs Allen
After listening to the story 'That's not my bee', try completing these activities at home! Have fun!
Lovely to see your Easter bonnet hats Maria and Tawhid! Hope you are all having a lovey Easter break! Stay home, stay safe!
Hawthorn Toilet Roll Challenge!
It's Storytime! Owl Babies. Read by Miss James
After listening to the story 'Owl babies' try completing this activity below...have fun!
It's Storytime! Where Is The Very Hungry Caterpillar? Read by Miss James
After listening to the story, please view the flashcards together. Can you describe where the teddy is hiding? After you have, perhaps you can play a game of hide and seek at home! Have fun!
It's Storytime! Hooray For Fish! Read by Ms Copper
After listening to the story 'Hooray for fish' please have a go at the activity below... have fun, stay safe!
*Update 1st April 2020
Access 'lift the flap' and animation books!
Click the link below
Tips for Parents
Nursery (am) Home learning
Please complete activities given to you in your:
- Mark making pack (from the mark making workshop)
- Parents evening pack
- Home learning pack
Each day please practice writing your name, with the correct tripod pencil grip and letter formation e.g. top to bottom, left to write. Some children were beginning to challenge themselves to write their surname and numbers 1-10. Keep challenging yourselves Nursery, you are superstars!
Share a story/Sing a song
Each day please share a story, build up your child's love of their favourite stories, particularly traditional tales like Jack and the beanstalk, Goldilocks and the three bears, The three little pigs, The enormous Turnip. Some of our favourite stories we love- Dear Zoo by Rod Campbell, We're going on a bear hunt by Michael Rosen, Oh Dear! by Rod Campbell, Monkey puzzle and The Gruffalo by Julia Donaldson, The Tiger who came to tea by Judith Kerr. Many of these stories can be found on YouTube if you do not have a personal copy. Also please sing each day, singing our children love to sing and perform, why not role play some of their favourite songs like 5 monkeys jumping on the bed! Be careful not to fall and bump your head though!
Number and shape play
Each day please count e.g. count up and down the stairs, count the number of birds, cars you see, play hide and seek and count to 10, count the number of cars, dolls, teddies you have. There are endless things to count! Go on a number hunt, or a shape hunt too!
Nursery (pm) Home learning
Please complete activities given to you in your:
- Parents evening pack- Number rhymes, Nursery rhymes, sharing a story tips.
Please spend time developing physical skills, for example: cutting, tracing, mark making (early writing) with marks, pencils, crayons, paint on large paper (old wallpaper, large cardboard boxes) Engage in action rhymes e.g. head shoulders knees and toes, the wheels on the bus. Use scarves, old material, large bed sheets, to develop strong arms and gross motor skills.
Communication and language
Please use the Nursery rhymes and Number rhymes sheets given at parents evening to help your child learn the words and actions to the songs. Play the missing word game- sing a song together and miss out the words and see if your child can fill out the missing blank! Also please engage in preparing food, a snack, a smoothie, a milkshake or bake a cake together. Talk through each step and involve your child in mixing, chopping (with supervision) and decorating!
Share a story each day- Some of our favourite stories are: Hide and seek pig and Fox has lost his socks by Julia Donaldson, Dear Zoo and Oh dear by Rod Campbell, Animal Boogie, Brown bear, Brown bear by Bill Martin, The very hungry caterpillar by Eric Carle, Pip and Posy stories. Many of these stories can be found on YouTube if you do not have a personal copy.
We would like to thank you parents for your continued support. Together we make a great partnership and we are confident that through these uncertain times we can rise to the challenge together to support your child's early education. Please take care and stay safe!
To our children, we miss you dearly.
Mrs Allen, Miss Copper and Miss James.