- Polite reminder in case of illness see below for our school policy regarding keeping your child at home:
-Diarrhoea (2 or more episodes in 24h that is new or unusual): Stay home for 48 hours since the last episode.
-Vomiting (more than 2 times and/or occurring with fever): Stay home for 48 hours since the last episode of vomiting .
-Vomiting (1 isolated occurrence without fever): Stay home for 24 hours since vomiting
-Fever (temperature equal to or more than 37.6 degrees celsius): Stay home 24 hours after the pupil is found fever free without intake of fever lowering medication.
- Junk modelling material request – Please can you send in any small or big boxes, bottles, yoghurt pots, egg cartons, tops and lids that the children can make models with. Please do not send any boxes that contained nuts and be aware of sharp serated edges; no cans, glass please. Please make sure all items are clean and dry – thank you
- The Annual Parent Satisfaction Survey - Your feedback is essential in creating the best learning environment for your child. We encourage you take the time to fill out the 15-minute survey. Your responses will inform us on how we can improve your child’s overall learning experience. The last day to respond will be Monday 20 February 2017. Thank you again for your continued support and feedback. We look forward to hearing your responses. You can access the survey here.
The Reception Cubs are still travelling and their interests are taking them in different ways. The Leopards will be using stories to imagine journeys for the model vehicles that they have made to go on. The Raccoons’ airport is developing into a space station and they are becoming interested in travelling by rocket. The Bears are continuing to stay with road transport and will explore police vehicles. They will be looking at how we communicate and practise giving directions and instructions. The Cheetahs are really engaged with making and following picture instructions to make their models. The Pandas have been inspired by their pirate adventures from last week and have begun to make models of different vehicles, being especially interested in all the different parts; engine, wheel or sails.
LITERACY- READING, SPEAKING, LISTENING and UNDERSTANDING
The Cubs are exploring the differences between fiction and non fiction texts. We will be listening to stories about journeys, for example ‘The Magic Train’ by and ‘The Rattletrap Car’ by Phyliss Root and ‘The Journey’, by Neil Griffiths. We will also be looking at a range of information books and instructions; both pictoral and with simple sentences.
Instruction, information, real, label, imaginary story
The children will continue to progress with their ‘Letters and Sounds’, working with class teachers throughout the week to consolidate their phonic skills and learn new sounds as they are ready to move on. Please check your children’s phonics pack for new sounds, tricky words and common sight words to practise at home in line with their learning at school. Can the children find the words and letter sounds they have been learning in their reading books and story books at home?
MATHS - SHAPE
The Cubs will continue to learn the names and some properties of 2D (flat) and 3D (solid) shapes this week through our model making. We will also be looking at directional and positional language when we talk about our journeys and instructions.
2D and 3D shape names
In front of, behind, next to, along, through, between
We will keep learning about transport.
造飞机（zao fei ji）
折纸飞机 (zhe zhi fei ji )
胡萝卜的火箭（huluobo de huojian ）
Areoplane飞机 (Feiji) Rocket 火箭（Huojian） Blast发射(fa she)
De kleutertoetsen van CITO zijn afgerond dus de kinderen van groep 1 kunnen deze week volop hun optreden op 1 maart voorbereiden. We ordenen de verschillende scènes uit het verhaal van Eefje Donkberblauw, beginnen aan het decor en spreken in verschillende kleuren.