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w.b 29.11.21

Can you see some reindeer?  Elves?  Father Christmas even?  With our Christmas enthusiasm, we made our own sleigh, complete with presents!


This week, we marked St Andrew’s day by learning about Scotland, tartan, kilts, the Loch Ness Monster, weaving and thistles.  Learning days such as these are an important part of our personal, social emotional development curriculum and our teaching on British Values as they help our children to understand the culture and celebrations of others in comparison to our own.


Our nativity is coming along and thank you in supporting your children in learning the words and providing costumes.  We might have a few changes in cast, but as they say, the show must go on!


We are becoming more confident with our numbers, now recording addition sentences independently.  Give your child two numbers under 10 and ask them to add them together – you will be impressed.  Using objects, dots and number lines is helping our understanding so please continue to use them.


If you are well enough and want some activities for when you are at home, please practise singing our Nativity songs and visit the "working from home" page, under Parent Info on our class page.


Have a wonderful weekend, keep well and safe.