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Acacia - Reception

Well done Acacia! We had a fantastic time. What a brilliant party we had! Good luck in Year 1!

Back to school! 

Our isolation ends tomorrow. If your child is well and had a negative test result. See you back at school on Tuesday 6th July!

It is Home Schooling time again! Please see below for details of things you can do at home with your child throughout these 10 days.

If you have any queries regarding what your child can do during this isolation period, please email me on: acacia@kafed.org.uk

Acacia class had great fun creating this chalk pavement art!

It was our Sports day! Please have a look at our Sports day pictures we would like to share.

Please have a look at our Summer homework grid on diversity below. Please do this activity with your child and talk about it being a homework for their new classroom display next year!

As the weather changes and it gets hotter and sunnier; please don't forget to send you child in with sun cream and a sun hat for when they are outside!

Our topic this term is: The Sea! We will be reading various books about the sea and talking about all the different types of creatures they can find in the sea!

It's Pyjama rama day!

Please have a look at what your child will be learning this term.

Welcome back! We missed you! 

 

New reception gate instructions

Dear parents we cannot wait for the children to return on Monday 8th March. The reception gate will open at 9:00am daily. The gates will re-open at the end of the day for collection at 3:15pm (Mon-Thurs) and 2:15pm on Fridays.

 

Please watch the videos below as Ms Newton explains the new entry requirements.

Morning waiting information

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Teacher collection information

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End of the day collection information

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World Book Week Wednesday Stories!

 

Todays stories are read by Ms Griffiths and Mrs Hussein.

We hope you enjoy listening to them!​

Please talk about the stories afterwards and if you manage to do a drawing, please post it on Teams for us to see.

 

Billy's Bucket read by Miss Griffiths

The Lion Inside read by Mrs Hussein

World Book week!

 

Todays stories are read by Ms Green and Ms Burton.

We hope you enjoy listening to them!​

Please talk about the stories afterwards and if you manage to do a drawing, please post it on Teams for us to see.

Mr Grumpy's Outing read by Mrs Green

Hair Love - Read by Miss Burton

Hair Love is about a girl named Zuri. Zuri knows her hair is beautiful, but it has a mind of its own! ... Mum always does Zuri's hair just the way she likes ...

It's  World Book Week!

Every day this week we will be posting two different stories read aloud by members of Elfrida staff.

Today it's Miss F and Mrs G reading the stories. 

Please discuss the books afterwards, and maybe you could draw one of the characters!

Two different stories will be posted tomorrow.

Enjoy!

Rapunzel read by Miss F

Simon Sock read by Mrs G

If you would like to contact me about your child, please email me at acacia@kafed.org.uk. Thanks

Mrs Gee

Fun in the sun.

It’s nearly St Valentine’s Day! So we’ve been making beautiful cards and writing messages to our loved ones. Can you make a Valentine card?

We painted these beautiful rainbows in class today. Why not try painting a rainbow at home?

Here’s some more ideas for creative afternoons!

Coming Soon to Reception!

We’re doing Joe wicks’ live PE lessons every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The children are getting really good. Are you joining in at home?

The children at school role played the story of Goldilocks and the three bears. Have a look at these short clips!

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Goldilocks eating the Bears' porridge

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The Bears were shocked to find the chairs!

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Why not make your afternoons at home a Creative session! Below are some ideas of what you could do!

Information regarding COVID19

Reading in Acacia

Things to encourage your child to do at home.

If your child is able to do some of these things, such as counting to 10. Please encourage them to go a step further like practising counting to 20.

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