Have a look at these useful links for ideas and activities:
Scroll down to see sing and sign nursery rhymes too!
10th July 2020 – It has been so lovely to speak to some of you on Zoom this week. If you haven’t already contacted me to arrange a face to face call please do so on email@example.com
We are currently voting for our new class name. All our classes are going to be named after trees next year. We have a choice of Chestnut, Hazel or Bonsai. I wonder which one you prefer? Feel free to send me your vote this week. We would also like a photo of you doing something you enjoy for our class display in September. Please send your photos in via email by the 20th July.
New to Reception 2020
April 2020 – For all our new children and parents joining us in September, we are delighted to welcome you to our school. We understand there is a lot of information to take in when you first start school and you probably have lots of questions so this page is especially for you!
Welcome letters have been sent out via email and post but you can also find useful documents and links here to support your child’s smooth transition to school.
We recognise how important the months ahead are for you and your child and aim to make the transition to school as smooth as possible. This comes at unprecedented times with the coronavirus pandemic but we want to reassure you that we will be following government guidance throughout. This may mean a change in the way we do things or amended dates but we know you will understand and support us with this.
We will use this class page to post regular information updates but in the meantime if you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com .
NEW May 2020 : Play Circle with Kevin Graal
I wanted to share this beautiful video with you today. Kevin Graal, is an inspiring storyteller who has done quite a bit of work in East Sussex. He has recorded a video for the De La Warr Pavilion as a stimulus for creative activities at home with young children, and has also sent it out to circulate. It is a lovely video with a rhyme, a story and instructions to make a paper boat. Have a look below, I loved it!
Don’t forget to join in with this exciting transition project.
Week 5: This week’s ‘Rhyme of the Week’ is Baa Baa Black Sheep. Watch the video for the actions and join in the singing with your child. We have added a sheet with the words and symbols for the children to follow along with you.
Week 4: It’s week 4 of our ‘Rhyme of the Week’. This week it is Old Macdonald Had a Farm. Watch the video for the actions and join in the singing with your child. We have added a sheet with the words and symbols for the children to follow along with you.
Week 3: It’s week 3 of our ‘Rhyme of the Week‘. This week it is The Wheels on the Bus. Watch the video for the actions and join in the singing with your child.
Week 2: This week’s ’Rhyme of the Week’ is Miss Polly had a Dolly (referred to as Aunt Polly on cbeebies) https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/curations/something-special-nursery-rhymes
We would love to see videos and pictures of your children acting these out. You can post them on the EYFS hub Facebook page or on the 50 things page or just share them with us at school via email.
Week 1: This weeks ’Rhyme of the Week’ is Incy Wincy Spider!
Watch the video for the actions and join in the singing with your child. Click on the picture below to see the words and symbols to follow along and the related 50 things to do before you’re 5. We will be learning it too so we can sing and sign them together in September.