Classes 2019-2020 -

Busy Bees @Hewish 2019-20

To learn and relearn with the children is our line of work. We proceed in such a way that the children are not shaped by the experience, but are the ones who give shape to it.’

(Malaguzzi, 1997:86)

‘…play is enjoyable, but it is also intellectually and emotionally challenging.  …when play fades away, so does learning of the deepest kind.’

(Bruce, 2001:1)

Welcome Busy Bees 2019/2020!

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Wednesday 20th May 2020

Today is St. Anne’s Virtual Sports Day! Please click on the link below  for details.

St. Anne’s Virtual Sports Day 2020

 

 

 

Calling all budding singers – Looking to the rainbow challenge!

Don’t forget to read the help me guide and see the resources attached to get involved in this challenge!

As a Church school we spend time every day in the act of Worship where the whole school comes together as a community in a time to reflect, pray and sing. As a school, we LOVE singing and the children are always enthusiastic about new songs.
I am sure you will have seen many videos being made of choirs singing in isolation in various forms on the news or social media. Each one is wonderful and so we have decided to create a St. Anne’s whole school singing video with a beautiful song which links nicely to the Christian value of HOPE.
The song we have for you to perform is called Looking to the Rainbow. It has been written especially for schools to perform during the Covid-19 lock down by Nick & Becky Drake (Worship for Schools Organisation).

Information for parents, children
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Our ‘End of Day’ Prayer

Dear God

Thank you for another happy day at school; for the lessons we have learned and the games we have played. Let us come back tomorrow for another happy day.  Am

PHONICS   –  This video will support you to read the sounds with your child

Monday 23rd March 2020
Please find below a copy of the home learning ideas previously sent home with your child. This is a menu of activities for you to choose from and record on Tapestry. Busy Bee staff will be communicating with you and your children via Tapestry and we very much look forward to you communicating back to us and seeing your child’s home learning. In addition to this, we will be giving daily ideas on Tapestry to support you and your child during these highly unusual times.

 

How to support your Reception child at home in the event of school closure.

In the event of the school closing it is important to keep your child practising the skills we have taught them in school.  As they begin their learning journey toward being readers, writers and mathematicians they will need to read daily, write daily and engage in practical maths games and activities daily.  Therefore we have put together a few ideas and useful websites to support you and your child.

Reading:

  • Read to your child from your home ‘library’.
  • Use the ‘Teach your monster to read’ app which is free to join.
  • Practice their sounds and red words and write simple sentences for them to read using the sounds they know.
  • Phonics play is a useful website with free phonics games
  • Letters and Sounds’ website has lots of free phonics activities.

Phonics:

Practice the sounds we have already learnt ~ a-z and the digraphs sh, ch, th, ng, nk, oa, ar, ee, oo, oo, oi, ur  and the trigraphs igh, air, ear.  Practice reading and writing simple sentences made up of these sounds and the sight words we have learnt.

Sight words

Writing:

  • Keep a writing journal and use things you do or play to inspire them with their writing.
  • Practice their letter formation.

 

  • Play quick write where you say a sound and they write it.
  • Write simple sentences about their drawings, pictures or models.
  • Pobble 365 is an online resource that gives a picture for each day of the year to inspire writing and also gives activity ideas. You could write a couple of simple sentences about the picture each day.
  • http://www.pobble365.com/

Communication and Language:

  • Learn a traditional tale such as Little Red Riding Hood, or the Three Little Pigs and use toys or puppets they have in their toy box to retell the story
  • Spend time reading, talking and playing and limit time spend on tablets or computers.

Maths:

  • Play simple number games especially using a dice.
  • Watch number blocks and use the program to inspire maths talk.
  • Cook with your child and encourage them to weigh the ingredients. There is lots of subtraction to be done when you come to eat!
  • Top Marks is a useful website for number songs, rhymes and games.
  • Do simple calculations using everyday objects
  • Read number stories and have fun with dot to dots
  • Hit the button is a free online game that gives quick fire questions to help practise maths for 5-11 year olds. Here is the link: https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

 

Religious Education

 

In RE we will be learning about the Easter story.

This is a link to a 5 minute video of the Easter story for your child to watch.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HL8R158Ujp4

Science

We are thinking about new life and new beginnings and your child has a caterpillar to observe at home.

The caterpillar will go into a chrysalis inside the pot they are in. You will not need to do anything to your caterpillar other than observe it. When the butterfly emerges from the chrysalis it will have wet wings. Let these dry off a little and then you can release your butterfly.

 

Please talk to your child about the changes that occur over time to their caterpillar. Please use the scientific vocabulary with your child eg. Chrysalis, egg, emerges, hatch, metamorphosis, life cycle. Talk about the meaning of the words.

Please make observational drawings of the changes to the caterpillar and support your child to label their pictures and write simple sentences for example,

‘The caterpillar has got big.’   .

‘The caterpillar is in a chrysalis.’

‘The caterpillar is in a chrysalis.’

‘The butterfly has red and black wings.’

Create a caterpillar diary and count the number of days the caterpillar is at each stage of development.

 

 

Art:

  • Predict what the butterfly will look like and paint a picture of it.
  • Design and make your own super hero
  • Paint or draw pictures as spring awakens in the garden

PE: Keep your child fit and moving! There are some great wake up, shake ups on Cbeebies

https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/shows/dancing-beebies

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006mvsc   boogie beebies

PSED: Healthy me

Twinkl is full of educational resources which they are giving free access to for all parents for a month. You can access it by typing in this link

 

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/offer/UKTWINKLHELPS?utm_source=promo&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=England_coronavirus_schools_email&utm_content=offer_link

And entering the password: UKTWINKLHELPS

Please record what you are doing with your child on Tapestry.  We can then look and advice or answer any questions you have.

Finally stay safe and enjoy spending precious time with your lovely children.

The Busy Bee Crew

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

17/03/2020
Today, we have sent out a link via email and text asking you for your  permission to create a google classroom account for your child/children. To enable us to provide our children with an online learning platform, we need gather this information as quickly as possible before sending out instructions, guidance and logins to support you with using this if you are a family who is self-isolating or in the event of the possibility of a school closure.  If you have any questions, please speak to your class teacher or Mrs Hardy-Smith.

Term 4 – Week 3

Notices: Superhero Ceremony – We will be holding our Superhero Ceremony on Tuesday 17th March 2020 in the hall at Hewish 2.30 pm – 3.00 pm. The Mayor will be attending and some local real life superheroes. The children are looking forward to sharing their learning with you!

The Busy Bees began the week learning about the life cycle of a frog. The children supported their understanding by drawing, modelling, sequencing and recounting the life cycle.

   

In maths, the children have explored repeating patterns. They have copied, continued and created patterns in many different ways. On Wednesday, we focused on creating ABB patterns using lots of different resources. We then challenged the children to create patterns in a circle and using a grid. The children also learned with a partner to create their own music patterns and then performed them to the class.

Have a great weekend!

 

Term 4 – Week 2

Notices: Superhero Ceremony – We will be holding our Superhero Ceremony on Tuesday 17th March 2020 in the hall at Hewish 2.00 pm – 3.00 pm. The Mayor will be attending and some local real life superheroes. The children are looking forward to sharing their learning with you!

World Book Day

The children looked fabulous dressed as book characters on Thursday for World Book Day! They enjoyed sharing and discussing their favourite books with each other.

In maths, the children have had fun playing games to help them learn number bonds to 10. They used cherry diagrams and number sentences to represent what they had done practically.

     

In phonics, the children have consolidated learning the sounds ng, th, ch and sh. Please keep reading with your child at home and supporting them to learn the non-decodable ‘red’ words such as, I, the, no, to, go and into.

Have a great weekend.

Term 4 – Week 1

Superhero Ceremony – We will be holding our Superhero Ceremony on Tuesday 17th March 2020 in the hall at Hewish 2.00 pm – 3.00 pm. The Mayor will be attending and some local real life superheroes. The children are looking forward to sharing their learning with you!

Welcome back everyone! We hope you had a lovely break.

This week it has been very egggciting!! We have seven eggs keeping warm in the incubator. Liz from Farmlink came in to see us and talked to the children about how to care for the eggs. This includes being quiet in the classroom and checking the incubator has enough water. Next Friday, Liz will return to ‘candle’ the eggs and see if there are any chicks growing inside (so fingers crossed!). The children were very engaged in finding out about the life cycle of a chicken and had some great questions including,

‘Why do they need to be warm?’

‘How does the spot grow in the egg?’

‘Why does it take 21 days to grow?’

In phonics, we have learned the sounds ‘er’ as in letter, ‘ear’ as in hear, ‘oi’ as in coin and the red word ‘are’. Please continue to read as often as possible with your child as this really does support their progress.

 

Term 3 – Week 6

NOTICES:

Superhero Ceremony – We will be holding our Superhero Ceremony on Tuesday 17th March 2020 in the hall at Hewish 2.00 pm – 3.00 pm. The Mayor will be attending and some local real life superheroes. The children are looking forward to sharing their learning with you!

Learning Review Meetings – Thank you to everyone who attended our Learning Review Meetings last week. It was great to share the children’s learning and progress with you.

Have a great break. We look forward to seeing everyone back for Term 4 on Monday 24th February 2020.

Term 3 – Week 5

NOTICES:

Learning Review Meetings – Tuesday 11th February 2020 and Thursday 13th February 2020. We will be holding the Busy Bee review meetings in the Year 3 classroom at Hewish. Please book an appointment. We look forward to sharing your child’s learning with you.

Superhero Ceremony – We will be holding our Superhero Ceremony on Tuesday 17th March 2020 in the hall at Hewish 2.00 pm – 3.00 pm. The Mayor will be attending and some local real life superheroes. The children are looking forward to sharing their learning with you!

LEARNING

In phonics this week, the children have learned the sounds /oo/ as in book, /oo/ as in moon, /or/ as in torn and /ar/ as in car. The red word we have learned is ‘my’. Please continue to read with your child as often as possible and practise reading and writing the sounds and red words with them.

Science Day

The children really enjoyed investigating the forces pushing, pulling and twisting as part of our science day.

  

 

Term 3 – Week 4

NOTICES:

Learning Review Meetings – Tuesday 11th February 2020 and Thursday 13th February 2020. We will be holding the Busy Bee review meetings in the Year 3 classroom at Hewish. Please book an appointment. We look forward to sharing your child’s learning with you.

Superhero Ceremony – We will be holding our Superhero Ceremony on Tuesday 17th March 2020 in the hall at Hewish 2.00 pm – 3.00 pm. The Mayor will be attending and some local real life superheroes. The children are looking forward to sharing their learning with you!

LEARNING

In phonics this week, the children have learned the sounds /ai/ as in rain, /ee/ as in bee, /igh/ as in high and /oa/ as in goat. The red words we have learned are ‘all’ and ‘they’. Please continue to read with your child as often as possible and practise reading and writing the sounds and red words with them.

This week we have been learning about real life super heroes and had visits from police officers Dave and Attia, Grace a world champion swimmer and Amy the Education Officer from Bristol Zoo. The children learned that to be a real life superhero you need to be kind and think of others, caring, brave, helpful and have ‘stickability’ and never give up.

The children have decided that they want to be superhero conservationists and are going to collect crisp packets to give to Bristol Zoo to be recycled. Please send in your empty crisp packets and we will collect and recycle them. The children also want to work over the next few weeks to make people aware of the dangers rubbish poses to our planet and especially animals. They will be sending out the message to ‘Put a knot in your net’ meaning put a knot in fruit nets before recycling and also to cut plastic rings that go around tins and cans. Plastic rings pose a huge threat to animals if they are not cut before being thrown away.

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Term 3 – Week 3

Please record your child’s super home learning on Tapestry – we always love to see what they have been doing and learning about. This could be reading, learning to ride their bike or repeating or extending learning they have done at school. It could be the activities we recommend in our weekly page!

Thank you for your support with this.

HELP! – We are collecting milk containers of any size (1, 2, 4 or 6 pints) for our science experiments on 4th February. Thank you for your support.

NEXT WEEK: We have some exciting visitors next week to support our learning about real life superheroes. On Monday, we are having a visit from the police. On Tuesday, we are meeting a world champion swimmer. On Thursday, we are having a visit from the Education Officer at Bristol Zoo.

The Busy Bees began their week by  thinking about their hopes and dreams and setting themselves goals for the future. They created a lovely garden of their future goals which we will put on display to share with everyone.

In phonics, we have learned the diagraphs (two letters making one sound) /th/ as in this/that, /sh/ as in ship, /ch/ as in chip and /qu/ as in quick. They have also learned the red words ‘you’ and ‘was’. Please practise these new sounds and red words with your child and continue to hear them read as often as possible. Reading aloud really does support them to make rapid progress. Don’t forget to enjoy the book by talking about what it is about and what the characters are doing in the story. Try and get your child to predict what they think might happen next and then see if they are right!

In maths, the children have continued to develop their number sense by estimating amounts. We have been developing the children’s mathematical vocabulary by using stem sentences such as ‘I estimate …’ You could support your child at home with this by estimating how many jumps they can do in one minute, how many stairs there are or even how many foot steps it takes to walk around their home.

     

The children were also challenged to fill the Numicon board using only 2 numbers. They really enjoyed this challenge and tried different combinations of numbers to fill the board. This meant they sometimes had to really grapple and deepen their thinking about number to be able to achieve their goal.

     

Have a super weekend.

Term 3 – Week 2

This week the Busy Bees have been finding out about the superheroes of long ago. We have learned about medieval knights and their role in a castle. The children have dressed up as knights and learned how to joust.

The children explored the meaning of the word ‘ceremony’ and we held our own ceremony to show how someone became a knight. We also looked at a modern-day knighting ceremony conducted by the Queen.

Phonics – In phonics this week we have learned the sounds /w/ as in watch, /v/ as in van,  /x/ as in box, /y/ as in yo yo, /z/ as in zebra and /j/ as in jug. The red words are me, be, he and she. Please read regularly with your child and practise all the sounds and red words learned so far.

English – We have begun reading our key text ‘The Smartest Giant in Town’. The children have had fun starting to learn the story through reading the text, role play and drawing the giant.

Maths – In maths this week, we have learned about 3D solid shapes through songs, finding them in the environment and exploring their properties while building with them. The children have also been learning how to estimate numbers of objects. They then counted to check how close their estimates were and compared amounts using a grid.

Have a great weekend.

 

Term 3 – Week 1   Happy New Year! 2020

 

How can I be a superhero?

We launched our new learning theme on Tuesday with a visit from the Mayor of Weston-Super-Mare Mr Mark Cannington. He set the children a challenge of putting on a ceremony for local real life superheroes. The children have taken on this challenge and are going to learn all about real life superheroes and how they can become a superhero of the future. They will then present their learning at the ceremony.  You will all be invited to come along and share  this with the children. We will keep you posted of the date soon!

Term 2 – Week 7

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Merry Christmas to all the Busy Bees and their families from the EYFS Team!

Thank you so much for your beautiful cards and gifts it is very much appreciated. We hope you have a wonderful Christmas and peaceful New Year.

We had a wonderful last week of term. Christmas Day at St. Anne’s was a fun-packed day! The children made hats, cards, delicious snowman biscuits and played Santa relay. They enjoyed a super Christmas lunch together in their great Christmas jumpers!

         

       

 

Term 2 – Week 6

Well done to all the children who put on an amazing nativity play on Tuesday. Thank you to everyone who attended and  for your support with the super costumes.

Phonics

In phonics this week, we have revised the sounds we have learned so far and read simple sentences and spelled simple words. Please continue to hear your child read regularly and practise the sounds and red words they have learned so far.

Term 2 – Week 5

Nativity Play – The Baby King – Tuesday 10th December in St. Andrew’s Church, Congresbury. Performances at 1.30 pm and 6.00 pm. Not to be missed!!!

PLEASE CAN ALL COSTUMES BE IN SCHOOL ON MONDAY – Thank you

This week, the Busy Bees have enjoyed playing and learning in our new Christmas shop. They have been writing letters and Christmas cards, buying items using real money and dressing up.

In RE, the children have been learning to retell the Christmas story. They have used a story map, actions and role play to support their understanding.

In phonics, the children have learnt the new phonemes /h/ as in horse, /f/ as in flower /ff/ as in huff, /l / as in leg, /ll/ as in bell and /ss/ as in mess.  They have been applying their phonic knowledge to read simple sentences and spell simple words. Please practise all the sounds your child has learned so far and support them to blend the sounds to read the words in their reading book.

Our maths learning this week has been about money. The children have been getting to know the  1p, 2p and 5p coins and what they represent. We talked about what we use money for and they enjoyed buying items in the Christmas shop.

The children have been practising hard to perform their nativity play and we  look forward to seeing you all at the church on Tuesday. Have a great weekend.

Term 2 – Week 4

NOTICES:

Phonics Open Morning – Tuesday 3rd December 9 am – 10.00 am in Busy Bee Classroom at Hewish.

Nativity Play – The Baby King – Tuesday 10th December in St. Andrew’s Church, Congresbury. Performances at 1.30 pm and 6.00 pm. Not to be missed!!!

Phonics – In phonics this week, we have learned the sounds /e/ as in egg, /h/ as in horse, /u/ as in umbrella and /r/ as in robot. We have also learned the red word ‘into’. Please practise all the sounds your child has learned so far and support them to blend the sounds to read the words in their reading book.

In maths, the children explored the concept of pattern. They copied, continued and created their own patterns using a wide range of resources including musical instruments.

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Term 2 – Week 3

NOTICES:

Phonics Open Morning – Tuesday 3rd December 9 am – 10.00 am in Busy Bee Classroom at Hewish.

Nativity Play – The Baby King – Tuesday 10th December in St. Andrew’s Church, Congresbury. Performances at 1.30 pm and 6.00 pm. Not to be missed!!!

Phonics – In phonics this week, we have learned the sounds /o/ as in octopus, /c/ as in cot, /k/ as in kit , /g/ as in goat and the red words ‘go’ and ‘to’. Please practise all the sounds your child has learned so far and support them to blend the sounds to read the words in their reading book.

The Busy Bees have had fun this week creating with sticks. We read the book ‘Not a Stick’ and thought of all the wonderful things our sticks could become. Some of the children made up their own stories about their stick and we enjoyed acting them out in our story square. Making up stories is a great way to develop children’s imagination, vocabulary and oracy skills.   

The children have also thought about what they would like to be when they grow up and drew what they thought that might look like.

In maths, the children continued to develop their understanding of composition of number by playing fun games and recording their findings.

 

Have a great weekend.

Term 2 – Week 2

NOTICES:

Thank you to everyone who came to our meeting about learning to read on Tuesday. Your support is very much appreciated.

Please read at least three times a week  with your child. Practise is the key to them becoming a fluent reader.

Nativity Play – The Baby King – Tuesday 10th December in St. Andrew’s Church, Congresbury. Performances at 1.30 pm and 6.00 pm. Not to be missed!!!

The week began with the children learning about Remembrance Day and how significant it is. They created beautiful poppies that we used to create our own class wreath.

PHONICS

In phonics this week, the children have learned the red word ‘the’ and the sounds ‘i’ as in ink, ‘n’ as in nurse, ‘m’ as in man and ‘d’ as in drum. Please practise all the sounds your child has learned so far and support them to blend the sounds to read the words in their reading book.

In maths, the Busy Bees have investigated and discovered all the different ways of making 5 using a wide range of resources. They have played maths games and continued to recognise and order numbers to 20.

  

In PE, the children enjoyed being part of a pirate crew and had fun developing their coordination and balancing skills. PLEASE  CAN YOU ENSURE YOUR CHILD HAS A PE KIT IN SCHOOL. Learning to change for PE is a very important part of developing their independence.

Have a super weekend!

Term 2 – Week 1

NOTICES:

Reading Meeting – Tuesday 12th November 5.15 pm – 6.15 pm in the hall at Hewish.

Nativity Play – The Baby King – Tuesday 10th December in St. Andrew’s Church, Congresbury. Performances at 1.30 pm and 6.00 pm. Not to be missed!!!

The Busy Bees have returned to school rested and ready to learn! This week, we have learned about change and looked for signs of autumn.  We went on autumn walks, sung songs, read stories and created pictures. Thank you to everyone who sent in autumn treasures for us to look at. The children also learned about the autumn festivals of Bonfire Night and Diwali.

PHONICS

In phonics the children have learned the sounds /s/ as in sat, /a/ as in apple, /t/ as in top and /p/ as in pin and the red word /I/. Please practise these sounds and red wordwith your child. A reading book will be coming home shortly. Please come to our reading meeting to find out more information.

In maths, the children have been finding one more and one less than a given number. We have used lots of  interesting objects and sung rhymes and songs to support our learning.

We have begun learning the songs to our Nativity Play this week. Listen out for your child singing any new songs!

Have a great weekend!

 

Term 1 – Week 7

Thank you!

It was lovely to celebrate the children’s learning with you at our Learning Review Meetings this week. It is a pleasure to work in partnership with our children and their families.

The Busy Bees have now completed their first term in school and they are settling well into school and classroom routines. They are now ready for a lovely rest and we look forward to seeing you all again on Monday 3rd November.

Home Learning

  • Please name 2D shapes and talk to you child about how many sides and corners they have.
  • Please practise letter names.
  • Please enjoy making marks in lots of different ways, for example, using old paint brushes and water, chalk or sticks in mud or sand.
  • Please collect Autumn treasures, these can be anything you find such as leaves, conkers etc.

During the break please continue to share books with your child. Here are some suggestions of quality text you could enjoy!

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Have a great break!

Term 1 – Week 6

NOTICES

Next week, we look forward to meeting parents for our learning review meetings being held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. Please book an appointment and come and celebrate your child’s learning with us.

THANK YOU to everyone who supported our Family Workshops this week. It was lovely to learn in partnership with you and your child. We will be holding a workshop on phonics next term. We look forward to seeing you then.

   

Have a great weekend!

Term 1 – Week 5

NOTICES

We will be running family workshops at Hewish where you will be able to come along to learn with your child. Our first ones will be on number and counting starting the week beginning 7th October. Please see a member of the EYFS team for more information.

Please could you ensure your child has a PE kit in school.

This week, the Busy Bees have been immersing themselves in our key text ‘The Three Billy Goats Gruff’. They have hot-seated characters, used role play and story maps to support them to learn the story off-by-heart. The children enjoyed drawing and talking about their favourite part of the story.

    

In maths, the children explored the concept of sorting. They used a variety of resources to sort and developed their reasoning skills by thinking of their own sorting rules.

We look forward to seeing you at the Family Workshops next week.

Have a great weekend.

Term 1 – Week 4

NOTICES

We will be running family workshops at Hewish where you will be able to come along to learn with your child. Our first ones will be on number and counting starting the week beginning 7th October. Please see a member of the EYFS team for more information.

Please could you ensure your child has a PE kit in school.

The weather is becoming more Autumnal, please can your child bring a warm, waterproof coat to school as we learn outside whatever the weather!

Many thanks for your support.

It has been a super week of learning for the Busy Bees. We had lots of fun exploring why our class is called Busy Bee class. We looked at the characteristics bees possess  that make them successful at what they do ie. making delicious honey!   The children were able to relate to these characteristics  and thought about ways they could be kind, hard working, determined and work as a crew. They  enjoyed finding out how bees make honey and using as many describing words as they could when spreading and tasting honey.

   

 

 

To support the children’s mark making skills we used Write Dance a music and movement programme which develops both pencil grip and fluency of movement.

Have a great weekend!

 

Term 1 – Week 3

NOTICES:

We will start our PE lessons very soon so please could all children have a PE kit in school.  Many thanks for your support.

Please read to your child as often as possible to support their love of reading and books. We have sent home some books without words for you to share and talk about with your child.

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It has been a great week of learning for the Busy Bees. They have done their first week of full days and are getting to know classroom and school routines well. They have had fun learning in the sunshine and making firm friendships.

To support the children to settle into school we discussed our school rules and what they would look like and sound like. The children enjoyed exploring the school this week looking for things and people that keep us safe.

In English, we read the story of ‘The Three Little Pigs’ and the children enjoyed making masks, acting out the story and building their own houses to deepen their understanding of the story and develop their oracy skills. Please talk to your children about this story and the meaning of the key words in the story. If you have the book at home please share it with them.

Have a great weekend!

 

Term 1 – Week 2

Well Done Busy Bees!

The children have enjoyed meeting staff and their new classmates and  are beginning to build warm friendships. They have been finding out about school and classroom routines and exploring their new learning environment.  Next week, the children will be staying all day and going home at 3.15 pm.

Have a great weekend!

Term 1 – Week 1

Welcome  Busy Bees!

We would like to welcome the new Busy Bees and their families to St. Anne’s. We are looking forward to meeting you all and embarking on our exciting learning journey!

Best wishes from all the staff at St. Anne’s