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Reception - Ash

Welcome to Ash Class!

We are Reception and our teacher is Mrs Jarrald. Our teaching assistants are Mrs Girling,  Miss Amin and Mrs Coghill. Mr Frolish teaches on a Friday morning.

Click on the below to find out more.....(2019-2020)

Hello Ash class,

This week, we are focusing on a book called 'Sam's Pizza' which is about a pizza with a difference!! This is our final week of our minibeasts topic and we will draw together all that we have learned about minibeasts over the past few weeks. I hope you are all well and happy.  Have a good week and I hope you enjoy the activities below!

xxx

Monday Phonics lesson two syllable words.mp4

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Monday phonics lesson 'f.'.mp4

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Tuesday, Mrs Jarrald reads Sam's Pizza.mp4

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Wednesday make a lift the flap pizza.mp4

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Thursday, What am i game.mp4

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Shape minibeasts

Please look at the Sport and Physical education page for this week's P.E. challenges!
Hello everyone,
Isabella's mum has messaged me to say that the following website is really good for when you need to give one of your children 1:1 with their work and keep the other child busy with something educational. She said that Isabella has been playing the KS1 games and Gabriella the KS2 games. Thank you very much Danielle, I'm sure many parents will appreciate this. xxx
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/collections/primary-games

Hi all, This is a message from the 'Communication team' for supporting speech and language that may be helpful for you:

I know that there are lots of apps out there now to support language and learning and it is hard to get the balance right between easy accessibility and proper face to face time. The early years alliance have set up some really lovely activities via WhatsApp that parents can access on a daily basis. While it is targeting pre-schoolers, there are lots of ideas on here that would really suit children of all ages and those with additional needs. If this is something you have not seen, here is the link:

https://www.eyalliance.org.uk/family-time-tips-free-childrens-activities-mobile  

Letter formation patters

Contact Mrs Jarrald

If you would like to share any of your child's home learning with me such as The Three Billy Goats Gruff story I would love to see it.

Numberblocks and Alphablocks are excellent aids to learning numbers and letter sounds and can be found on You Tube or the DVDs can be bought from Amazon

Free activities for school closure

Looking after our herb garden

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