Introducing Mouse Club
Mouse Club is a project devised by the National Parental Network to help staff in schools to build positive relationships with families as their child starts school. It can help parents to understand how they can help their child get ready for and settle into schools.
However schools who are already running Mouse Club have reported how it has helped to improve emotional well being and to reduce stress.
As some of our children have been away from school since March, we are very aware that returning to school in September maybe a huge cause of anxiety and upset for them. So we have decided to run Mouse Club not only for our new starters but also for our children who will be returning to school in September as Key Stage One children.
Our mice have now arrived in school and so over the next two weeks a member of the team will be delivering your child's Mouse Club packs to them. These will contain a message from Maurice, Class One's Mouse, a booklet of activities for you, your child and Mouse to complete and of course your child's toy mouse.
Below I have uploaded a powerpoint presentation to explain some principles of Mouse Club and some pdf documents with further information about the project and the activity cards.
We hope that you and your child will enjoy Mouse Club over the holidays and also when we return to school in September.
Summer Term One Week 5
Class One are having a Sports Day theme week this week because if we had been in school it would have been our Sports Day. Please have a look at the Class One page to see some videos of Mrs Curtis, Mrs Barratt and Mrs Oates having races with their families. We hope that these will inspire you to have your own Sports Day at home. Please read the letter below to give you some ideas. Have fun and stay safe!
Calling Harry Potter Fans....
If you are a Harry Potter fan you may enjoy listening to Daniel Radcliffe reading Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone. Follow the below link to get listening...
VE Day Friday 8th May
On Friday we will be celebrating 75 years after VE day in 1945. This can be a difficult topic to discuss with young children so we have put together some information, photographs and activity ideas that you may wish to use. We look forward to seeing what you do.
Summer Term One Week 3
Hi Class Two! I hope you have had a good week working at home. What a shame the lovely sunshine has abandoned us. Fingers crossed it comes back next week. I have uploaded some Phonics and Spellings tasks for you to try. Don't forget that you can use Spelling Shed to practise the spellings. If your login is not working please just email me and I will sort it for you. I have also attached some English tasks related to the Class One book of the week. The reading comprehension all about growing beans is below for you to download. Also the wonderful Mrs Oates has uploaded a video telling you a story about a mystery star. Below the video I have added some tasks that you could do after watching the video. I hope you have managed to have a look at the Oxford Owl page for lots of fantastic ebooks to read.
If you would like to share any of your work, I can upload photographs onto this class page, just email them to me.
Have a lovely weekend and stay safe! Mrs Curtis
The Princess and the Star
Can you create a book to retell the story of The Princess and the Star?
Draw some pictures to illustrate you favourite part of the story.
Create some puppets and scenery to retell the story to your family.
The princess is a strong, determined, clever character. Can you write a character description for her?
Have an apple for your snack. Ask a grown up to help you to cut it in half. Is there a star in your apple? Could this star give you magical powers? What would they be?
Summer Term One Week Two Spellings
Hi everyone, please find below some activity ideas for spellings for the children this week. I have uploaded separate spellings for the Year One and Year Two children and these are linked to their Spelling Shed accounts. I have also included a reading comprehension which relates to our topic work of Growing and some information of how to access more free ebooks online.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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