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Monday 23rd March

Monday 23rd March

Hello!

 

I hope you've had a good day and a successful start to your Home Learning. If you found it difficult to manage, it will get better!

I started my day by watching PE with Joe (I was working at the same time)! If you joined in, you must have been exhausted by 9.30am! If you didn't tune in, it's very good, you could try it tomorrow.

Next I watched Dough Disco . . . also fantastic.

During the day I also watched the Read, Write Inc. Speed Sound Lessons. They were very clear and well presented and definitely worth watching in order to properly reinforce the phonics we do at school, and so you can see how the lessons work. Read, Write Inc. will be broadcasting more lessons soon, which we will tell you about when we know more. Definitely try to watch one of these if you didn't see them today. All details are in the chart in the What's On section.

 

Today, Mrs Biddiscombe and I worked on adding more activities and resources to the web-site. We have organised them into Art and Crafts, Maths, Science and Stories. These sections will have a new activity or resource each school day. As we do this at school. we have also added a 'Word of the Day' section. At school we talk about this at snack time. 

 

There is also a section called Help! Here we have made a potential timetable for how you may like to organise your day if you like more structure. It is based on our timetable at school, where we find that children really do like routines! You may want to use the whole timetable or just the morning or afternoon, or nothing at all!

 

Today I have also enjoyed looking at the work that has been sent to the ILD. I have commented on each child's work but we are not sure if you can see the comments. If you would like to let us know, please do! You can use the contact form above.

Each day, I will be choosing a photo to put on the web-site so all of our friends can see what we are doing at home.

 

Sorry this blog is so long today, normal length will resume tomorrow!

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