Week One – My Family
What a busy week everyone has had at home! We have seen some really fantastic work from the children this week and we are extremely proud of all of you and your parents for persevering during this difficult time.
There have been some real highlights this week. Mrs Cook’s favourite learning this week was the Music lesson where you all made some amazing family bands and sent us video’s of you singing and playing along together. There were so many other examples of lovely work and we have chosen some of them to share on here for everyone to see. Please keep up the hard work everyone and enjoy the sunshine this weekend.
Well done everyone, I have really enjoyed seeing all of your wonderful window displays and I hope that you have learnt lots about VE day this week. I have chosen some of the wonderful windows for good work this week, which you can see below.
Well done everyone, I have really enjoyed seeing your beautiful pictures and creations. I have chosen some of the fantastic images for good work this week, which you can see below.
All educators will tell you all about the importance of talking, playing and spending time interacting with your child and that they are the pre requisites to supporting their learning in school.
The following websites will give you lots of ideas to support the development of all of these skills from.
We hope that you find the following useful to help you support your child’s learning.
‘Many little things light up hungry little minds. Kids take everything in, and even the smallest things you do with them can make a big difference’. This website has lots of fun games and activities that you can play and do with your children to encourage the early development of these skills. https://hungrylittleminds.campaign.gov.uk/
Learning to read is one of the most important skills that children need to develop so that they can access learning and be well prepared for the next stage in their learning journey. At Talavera Infant school we encourage all of our children to read at home as often as possible so that they can practise the skills that they learn in class and develop their fluency, accuracy and understanding. In order to engage and inspire the children to read we try hard to foster a love of reading and promote bedtime stories.
Oxford Owl has produced a range of ebooks that are sorted in to the same coloured book bands the children read in school. You will need to sign up for a free account and then the children will have access to a wide range of reading material at home. https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/
Below you will find links to different websites that we use in school that the children can access at home to play games and activities that support your child in learning to read.
SNOW DAY! GO AWAY! SCHOOL CLOSED TODAY!