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Monday 13th July 2020

     

Well Water Class, we have made it to the final full week of the school year! 

 Next week you can meet your new Teacher and Teaching Assistant and I hope to be able to pop along and see some of you too!

It has been a very strange school year hasn't it?  During this last full week we are going to think about moving forward and reflecting on all the memories that we have made. There are some fun and creative activities on the next page to get you thinking about change, talk about the things that you are looking forward to and working out any worries that you might have about the next school year. Remember when we looked at the Colour Monster and Ruby's Worries? Use these activities to help you if you do feel worried. Also remember, that it's OK to feel a little strange and these feelings will pass. wink 

Give yourself and whoever has helped you learn at home a huge pat on the back and a round of applause because it hasn't been easy but we are nearly there Water Class!! The Summer Break and well deserved rest is just around the corner so one last push to the finish line laugh

 

One last week of Purple Mash!  It's still not too late to use Purple Mash. Email me for your login details and I will send them out and help you get started.  

 

If you have not emailed me before but would like to send me your news or a picture of something, there is still time! 

 

 

Remember, you do not have to do all of the tasks set. Choose a few that you like the look of and give them a go! If you want to do them all then that is ok too! Do what works best for you. 

Remember what is most important is that you are happy. If you have any worries or questions that you need help with. 

My email is rebecca@stjosephs-aylesham.org

 

If you do email photos, check the #staysafe page where they will be posted.

 

Lots of Love

Mrs Handford and Mrs Lloyd-Yates

Monday 6th July 2020

Hello Wonderful Water Class!         

Welcome to another week! We have 2 weeks left together until the end of term and then I am hoping to get to see many of you again. Look out for news about class picnics over the next few days. 

Thank you for the emails about Home Learning. Your feedback has really helped me to choose what to do and what has worked best. I hope that you have been able to enjoy some of the activities. I do understand how difficult Home Learning is and your efforts have been amazing! So don't stop yet! Only two weeks to go!   

This week, we are going to read a book about Space. I think that you will enjoy this one! 

 

Keep up the Purple Mash!  It's still not too late to use Purple Mash. Email me for your login details and I will send them out and help you get started.  

 

If you have not been able to come back to school do know that you are still very much part of Water Class and you have not been forgotten!

If you have not emailed me before but would like to send me your news or a picture of something, there is still time! 

 

The Home Learning Tasks are very similar to the activities we are doing in school so we are all looking at and learning the same sorts of things.  

 

Remember, you do not have to do all of the tasks set. Choose a few that you like the look of and give them a go! If you want to do them all then that is ok too! Do what works best for you. 

Remember what is most important is that you are happy. If you have any worries or questions that you need help with. 

My email is rebecca@stjosephs-aylesham.org

 

If you do email photos, check the #staysafe page where they will be posted.

 

Keep trying your best!

We hope to see you all very soon!

Mrs Handford and Mrs Lloyd-Yates

Monday 29th June 2020

Hello Wonderful Water Class!         

Welcome to another week! I don't know about you but last week didn't go as quickly for me. We have had some wonderful sunny days but it has been a bit too hot for me! 

 I have been on some lovely walks this week with my dog and family. What have you been up to? Do tell me your news.  

Well we have only 3 weeks left until the summer holidays are here. If there is anything particular that you would like to do for home learning do email me and let me know and I will see what I can do.  

This week, we are going to carry on with some more non-fiction writing.

In school, we have enjoyed hunting for minibeasts outside and we did find a large snail! There are some photos below. 

 

I have loved seeing your learning on Purple Mash!  If you haven't  managed to log on then do get in touch and I can send you the log in and the link. 

 

We are still missing all of you that haven't been able to return to school yet but please know that you are not forgotten!

It's so lovely to still hear from so many of you.

Please keep sending me emails and sending in your news and learning. It really is great to hear from you. 

The Home Learning Tasks are very similar to the activities we are doing in school so we are all looking at and learning the same sorts of things.  

 

Remember, you do not have to do all of the tasks set. Choose a few that you like the look of and give them a go! If you want to do them all then that is ok too! Do what works best for you. 

Remember what is most important is that you are happy. If you have any worries or questions that you need help with. 

My email is rebecca@stjosephs-aylesham.org

 

If you do email photos, check the #staysafe page where they will be posted.

 

Keep trying your best!

We hope to see you all very soon!

Mrs Handford and Mrs Lloyd-Yates

Our Learning Journey Term 6

We have been on a minibeast hunt
We found a snail and made a home for him!
Pointillism Art
Our Colour Monsters

Insect building using our new knowledge that insects have 3 body parts and 6 legs

Caterpillar threading and counting!

We have become story sharers today during World Book Day!

World Book Day! Story Book Making

Term 3

Building and Creating
Exploring
Forest School Fun

Term 2

Our new Kit Camp

Learning to use our tools

Fun in the snow

Cooking

Racing our aeroplanes

Forest school at Kearsney Abbey

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