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Hello Reception!

WOW - yet another week full of amazing learning! Seeing your hard work, photos and videos has really brightened up my week. I am so proud of all of you! 

Over the next two weeks it is the official school Easter holidays, therefore I will not be setting any work for you to do at home. Please use this time to relax and enjoy time with your family, you have been working so hard you deserve a well earned break! 

Lots of you will be wondering what to do over the next couple of weeks. Our school’s big question for the week is: What to do if I am bored? Learning to occupy ourselves, especially when we are little, is a life skill to develop. Try to complete something on your bucket list, try something new or learn something you have always wanted to do. For example, it might be build an obstacle course in the garden or learn a new language! Why not look at the ‘50 things to do before I am 5/6 years old’ documents online and Mrs Harrison has uploaded ‘100 things to do indoors’ on the general home learning page, tick off as many as you can (those that are safe to do so in the circumstances). 

You can still download pictures on to Tapestry or email me activities you have been up to and I will delve through them after the break. The school office email will be available if you need any support or assistance over the Easter break. 

I want to wish you all a safe and happy Easter holidays. Have fun and enjoy lots of chocolate! 

Thank you to both parents/carers and children.

Take care of yourselves,

Miss Simmons

  • Karen Hayler 1 week ago
    Looking forward to week 2 ... starting to get all our resources prepped!
  • Karen Hayler 1 week ago
    Many thanks I'll get revising ready for Monday!!!!!!! Maths!:-)

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