WB - 4th May
I hope you are all safe and well and enjoying your time at home. I am missing you all lots and lots and can't wait to see how much you've all grown when you come back. It has been very quiet for me at home but all of the animals are keeping me busy. Gary, Dave and Jemima, our class snails, all say hello! There are some activities for you to do each week on the school website, I've chosen some things I hope you will enjoy doing and I would love to see lots of pictures back from you all to see how you're getting on. Stay safe!
Big hugs to you all
How are you all doing? I hope you've found lots of games and activities to keep you busy, even though the weather hasn't been quite so sunny this week. I have been reading lots of books at home this week to keep me busy. I am looking after our tadpoles carefully, making sure that each day they have clean water and food. They are growing but only a small amount since last week. Take a look at the photos and see if you can see any changes. I wonder if you can see what their favourite food is too? Take care of yourselves and your family.
Lots of hugs!
WB 11th May
Hello Reception Class!
I enjoyed speaking to so many of you and your families on the phone on Monday, I'm so glad that you are all keeping busy and staying safe at home. I have had something special delivered this week just for all of you- tadpoles! I ordered them for us to have at school as a little project but while we are at home I will keep them nice and safe and take lots of pictures for you. I wonder if you can all guess what they are going to change into once they have grown? I am feeding them on fish food and lettuce. They like a nice clean tank so I am taking good care of them for now until you can all help me. I hope that you are all able to get out into the lovely sunshine in your gardens or outside for walks, I'm making the most of it by watering my plants and walking my dog, Norman. Don't forget to check out your home learning on our website as well as the little video we have made for you. There may be more surprises on there soon.
Love Mrs Corfield