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Homework- Friday 18th September

Hello everyone

What a fantastic first two weeks we have had!

 

This week we have been working hard on sequencing numbers to 10.

 

Home learning this week is:

  • Count from 0 to 10
  • Count back from 10 to 0
  • Count on two starting from any number e.g. start at 3 and count on 2, start at 5 and count on 2

 Challenge: Count to 20!

 

Then you can go on a treasure hunt

Find and count 5 buttons

Find and count 6 pencils/pens

Find and count 7 flowers

Find and count 8 leaves

Find and count 9 twigs

Find and count 10 pasta shapes

 

You could then make a beautiful picture with all the things you have collected. Have fun!

 

 

Dear Parent/Carer,

Welcome to Class 2 and Reception year.

Even though it has been a very unusual start to the new academic year, the children have all settled really well into Class 2, and it has been so wonderful to see them all again and yourselves. The children are becoming familiar with our new classroom and our daily routines.  We are creating our own ‘class bubble’ and our daily routine involves regular hand washing and sanitising, which the children are taking great responsibility for. We are reminding the children to cough or sneeze into their elbow and get a tissue to wipe their noses.

Our topic focus at the moment is on Wellbeing, ensuring all pupils are happy, settled and ready for learning.

Class information

  • PE for this half term will be carried out outside so the children may wish to wear trainers and joggers/leggings on a Wednesday for our PE sessions.
  • While we shall be continuing to read daily in class, no reading books will be sent home this term. Home reading support will be provided using an online system, which we shall inform you about soon. Until then please support your child by encouraging them to read any books you may have at home or use the following website – home.oxfordowl.co.uk
  • Outdoor Learning shall be a key feature for many of our learning activities so please provide your child with a pair of wellies that can be left in school and ensure they wear a waterproof coat with a hood daily.
  • Home tasks will be set weekly on a Friday (starting from next week) and will be set online on our class page on the school website.
  • Please ensure your child has a water bottle in school every day, clearly marked with their name and filled from home. Fruit snack will be eaten at morning play. There is no need to bring any other resources to school.

I shall be regularly updating our class page on our school website (bryncethinprimary.com)  and you may also like to  follow us on twitter @BryncethinPS2.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to phone the school office on 01656 815840, leave a message and I will return your call as soon as I can.

Many thanks for your continued support,

Mrs Squires

 

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