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Nursery

Welcome to Nursery!

Teacher: Miss Christina Stagg

Nursery Nurse: Mrs Magdalena Major

Nursery Nurse: Miss Sharon George 

Meet the Teacher Zoom Meeting

Monday 13th July at 3.15pm

 

Next week we will be holding Zoom meetings online for each class to meet their new teacher. This will give children the opportunity to meet and find out more about their teacher and ask any questions they may have.

 

It is really important for your child to attend this meeting. The office has emailed out details of how to attend this meeting. If you have not received these details, please call the office to get them.

 

Best wishes,

 

Mrs Sorbello-Bali (Reception teacher)

A message from Miss Stagg

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Stories that you can read to your child about the lockdown

Work of the Week

Dear parents and children, 

I would love to see the fantastic work that is taking place at home! Please email photos of the work that your children are most proud of, by Thursday each week. I will be picking out a few examples each week, that will then be published on the school website. I can't wait to hear from all of you! 

Please also note that emails have been sent to all parents asking to keep in touch with me at least once a week.  I am still available via email to answer any queries, from 8.30 to 4.30, Monday to Friday.  Please email Miss George at sgeorge@stap.org.uk  If you email after these hours, I will seek to reply to your email the following day. Please look at the class page regularly for updates on tasks as these will be updated weekly. Finally, I would like to say a huge thank you in advance for the support you are going to give during these challenging times. I want to reassure you that I am at the end of an email to offer support and advice to both children and parents.

 

Best wishes,

 

Miss George and Miss Stagg

Parent Workshops

 

Please read through 'Online Parent Workshops' posted in the 'Recent News' section on the homepage - there is a list of useful online parent workshops that you can take part in, such as story-telling, creative writing and homework support.  If you would like to take part in any of these, please email familylearning@waes.ac.uk or text 07971 092054 and specify the school your child is in and which video workshop you would like to join. The workshops start from Monday 4th May.

Congratulations to Shahla and Ali K for their 'Work of the Week'

Happy Birthday to Hossien!

Fun Family Activities organised by Westminster Adult Education Service in July

I Like Myself | Books Read Aloud for Kids | Rocking Chair Reading

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Happy Dreamer - By Peter H. Reynolds | Kids Books Read Aloud

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Drawing Shapes for Kids | Drawing Animals with Shapes | Learn Shapes and Colors | OKIDOKIDS

Let's draw cute animals from simple shapes! Easy animal drawing tutorial step by step :) This video is good for kids and toddlers to learn colors, shapes and...

#DrawWithRob 3 Fred Bear

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In My Heart: A Book of Feelings | Read Aloud Story for Kids

Class Story

The Color Monster, A Story About Emotions by Anna Llenas | Children's Books | Storytime with Elena

Color Monster is very confused and needs help in sorting his mixed-up emotions. Luckily, his friend is there to help. Watch the story and let me know which f...

Read Write Inc. Phonics: Ruth Miskin on how to teach blending to children

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#DrawWithRob 2 Sausage Dog

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Here is an idea of what your child's at home routine could look like

Before 9.00

Wake up

Eat breakfast, make your bed, get dressed

9.00 – 10.00

Morning walk (if possible!)

Family walk with the dog (ensuring there is distance between you and others), yoga if its raining

10.00 – 11.00

Academic time

NO ELECTRONICS

Flashcards, handwriting, counting

11.00 – 12.00

 

Creative time

Legos, drawing, crafting, play music, cook or bake 

12.00

Lunch

 

12.30

Chore time

Wipe all kitchen table and chairs, wipe all door handles, light switched and devices, wipe bathrooms, sinks and toilets

1.00 – 2.30

Quiet time

Reading, puzzle, nap

2.30 – 4.00

Academic time

ELECTRONICS OK

Ipad games, educational show

4.00 – 5.00

Afternoon fresh air (if possible)

Bikes, play outside, walk the dog

5.00 – 6.00

Dinner

 

6.00 – 8.00

Free TV time

Childrens showers

8.00

Bedtime

All children

9.00

Bedtime

All children who follow daily schedule and don’t fight!

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