It was fantastic to see so many of you at our Christmas Carols and Crafts event and the children really enjoyed having you with us at school. We would therefore like to invite you in to join us for our library sessions this term at 2.45pm on Fridays. This will enable you to read a book with your child and select a new book together to take home!
Date for your diary: Thursday 13th February will be our Humanities Exhibition so you will be able to come after school and see what we have been learning.
Keep up-to-date with your child's learning on Tapestry. We love to hear about all the wonderful learning that happens at home so please do add your observations too!
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New Power of Reading Text - Blue Penguin
We have started our new story which is set in Antarctica, which provides lots of opportunities for learning. We will be comparing habitats, learning about Polar animals, recreating the story through drama and doing lots of writing too! Please find the latest Home Learning Opportunities below. We look forward to seeing your contributions on Tapestry.
As you know, we use Jolly Phonics to support teaching of sounds. Please take the time to read the sound cards issued to your child with them and talk about the sound, the action and the song they have learned for each. We use songs from Jolly Phonics which are a fun and active way to learn the sounds. Copy the link below into your browser for the songs in the order we teach them. Alternately download the Jolly Phonics app.
How should the sounds be pronounced?
Please see the video below to ensure you say sounds correctly
Reading with your child
Please continue reading regularly with your child. There really is no better way to build their confidence in reading and writing. Please find below some tips on how to support your child with reading as provided in your Hazel Class Learning Leaflet.
Books to complement our Power of Reading Texts
Lost and Found by Oliver Jeffers
Penguin by Polly Dunbar
Is a Blue Whale the biggest there is? By Robert Wells
Alfie Stories by Shirley Hughes