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Foundation Stage & Key Stage 1: Saving the day

Making preparations and changing our plans in the face of COVID-19...There are superheroes among us in Foundation Stage.

It has been a challenging few weeks as we navigate our way through the ever changing COVID-19 situation. A few children and their families have been subject to quarantine restrictions and working from home, but most are back in school now.  The teaching teams have been very busy in the background preparing for the eventuality of a closure, making sure that engaging and exciting lessons can be delivered to the children. In particular Mr Keith, Mr Jose and Ms Maria have been making sure that our online learning platforms are ready if needed, and on Thursday all of the teachers received some training on the most effective way of supporting digital and non-digital learning at home.

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FS Join the Ranks of the Superhero! 

With young children there are certain skills that are key to development such as the proprioceptor skills - the sense that, amongst other things, tells the body where it is in space, plays a role in self-regulation, coordination and the ability to focus. Fine motor skills and developing finger strength and a ‘pinch grip’ are also important, as these are skills that lead into early writing.  Teachers are constantly looking for creative ways of focusing on the many different areas. A good example of this is described by Ms Bliss.

What an adventurous Friday morning we had! One of our favourite book characters Supertato was in distress and needed FS2’s help. Of course we were on hand with our homemade superhero capes and masks to solve the problems. We rescued different members of staff from around school that the evil pea had captured and then made a mess in all of the rooms! We had to work as part of a team to look at the pictures clues and follow directions to certain places around the school. Finally, we found all the evil peas, so we collected them and put them back in the freezer where they belong! Well done to all the FS2 superheroes for saving the day! 

The following video shows the childrens’ journey throughout the school...

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Unfortunately, with the current situation regarding the spread of COVID-19, we have made the difficult decision to postpone the White Elephant Sale until a later date.  We will store the current donations in school but please keep further donations at home until we release the new date.

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