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Latest News - keep up to date with happenings in the class!
World Book Day Challenge...
We set the Curlews a challenge to create a picture to represent their favourite book, we will then try to guess each others books. Can you guess any of the books the children have chosen to draw?
Which book does Leah like to read?
Which book does Lily like to read?
Which book does Lola like to read?
Which book does Lenny like to read?
This week the children have been exploring length, lets see what they have been up to......
We have been using everyday objects to measure our caterpillars.
We have been using our feet to measure different objects around the home. Can you guess which Curlew this is?
I wonder how many 'feet' long she is!
We have been using play doh to create some worms. We have then been ordering these by length, from the shortest to the ................
Let's Get Growing......
We have posed the question, What do plants need to grow?
Both at home and in school the children are testing out what cress seeds need to grow, they have placed the seeds in different conditions to see which ones work best. In school we have also planted some herbs for our mud kitchen and some carrots. We have some special growing boxes so we can see what is happening in the soil. Let's keeping watching and see what happens............
Our cress experiment, what do they need to grow?
I wonder how this cress was grown.
We have been busy writing labels for our herb pots, so we remember what we are growing.
March 8th re-opening of Curlews class to all pupils
Information is being put together over the next few weeks to ensure a smooth transition back to the classroom. Our school day will be much the same and again we urge you to be vigilant at all times, keep us safe by protecting yourselves and your family. If you have any immediate concerns we can be contacted via Tapestry or using the class teachers email firstname.lastname@example.org
MORE INFORMATION TO FOLLOW
Welcome Back - The school is open for key workers and vulnerable groups. We are awaiting the Prime Ministers announcement this evening but our fingers and toes are crossed for a safe reopening on the 8th March. We can be contacted via Tapestry or using the class teachers email email@example.com
Do you want to build a snowman...
Great maths using the ten frame.
Roll up roll up, what would you buy from this shop?
Well Hello Mr Crocodile!
Snip Snap Mr Crocodile is looking at you!
This weeks learning again has blown us away! You are all being so creative and finding some great ways to learn. We do miss our busy noisy class though!
Look at all that money! Can you recognise the coins? Great maths work.
I think we all need to visit that shop.
Yummy! That would go nicely with a cup of tea.
HOME LEARNING PACKS ARE READY TO COLLECT
Monday 1st February 2020 - Not sure where January went but from all the fabulous work we are seeing you have been super busy! Learning packs are in school today ready for collection.
Penguin from junk modelling materials
Steve the Turtle
Wow! Look at all our amazing home learning! It comes in all shapes and sizes but just shows how busy everyone is being. We are loving seeing all the amazing things you are working on so keep the pictures coming! We have even started a display in the classroom to share all the fabulous work.
ZOOM - We Zoomed and it was great!
How lovely to see you all! We have posted a link to next Mondays Zoom through Tapestry and look forward to seeing you all again. We may even pop you all up on the board for the key worker group in school to join in! See you all Monday
We are keen to promote non screen activities especially in the early years where we know that young children benefit from from active learning. The Pobble website
has lots of ideas. Have a look and try something new!
Well here goes! We thought it would be nice for the children working from home to see their friends. Young children especially at this time find the lack of social contact difficult so a quick zoom to say hello and share a favorite toy. We may have a few technical blibs but we will try our best! You will find a link to the Zoom call within your Tapestry account.
Home Learning Continued ...
We have been overwhelmed at the work that you are all getting up to at home and so pleased that Tapestry is working as a great link between home and school. All the Curlews staff are mums and we are all juggling things as best as we can so it is very important to us that you feel as supported as possible. We are all part of a team supporting your child through this very strange learning journey! Keep going we thin you are amazing!
Home Learning Packs have all been delivered to your home address. For the rest of the week please use these and follow any updates on tapestry.
NEXT WEEKS LEARNING - Each week you will receive a 'menu' of activities. We realise that you will be juggling lots at home and will try to make the activities where possible link to day to day objects and your familiar environment. If there is anything that we can do to help you then please contact us via Tapestry or use the firstname.lastname@example.org It is vital that you upload some evidence to tapestry of your home learning. Unlike the previous lock down we are now having to evidence home learning and will support you to achieve this.
After last nights government announcement Docking School is now closed. We will be providing spaces for key worker children and vulnerable children and will be in touch today with updates.
SCHOOL OPENING - DELAY
CLOSED Monday 4th & Tuesday 5th January 2021
Please see the main school website for the letter to parents sent out today 3.1.21 regarding the delayed start to the school term. The Curlews Team are working very hard behind the scenes and will aim to get a learning pack to you tomorrow. Please follow Tapestry for further updates.