School Closure - Learning at home

Learning At Home

 

 

We hope you are all safe and well.

Unfortunately, due to COVID 19 we have been unable to deliver the transition parents' meetings and sessions within school that we would normally have.  To help the children's transition from Reception to Year 1 in  September, teaching staff have made a selection of information slides to explain routines and procedures in Year 1.  

 

 

 

Year 1 children have a busy term ahead in phonics. There are some great links and tips for parents at  Oxford Owl

Please CLICK HERE

 

May 2019

The school crossing patrol visited the school on Tuesday 14th May. The children were very excited to meet the lollipop lady. First, she showed them her uniform (a long coat and a hat) and explained the importance of it being a bright colour.

Then, she showed how to screw the lollipop stick together to make it tall for the cars to see and explained what was on it and why. Next, she talked about her role and how she helps children cross the road safely everyday.
After that, she taught them how to cross the road correctly by first looking left and right, listening for cars and then walking across the road not running.
The children were then separated into two groups. One group were given the opportunity to play the role of being either the lollipop person, a motorist or a pedestrian. They then acted out scenes of crossing the road, which they thoroughly enjoyed. The other group were given a dressing-up trunk so they could dress up as a lollipop person or a police officer. The children were really excited to dress up as a school crossing patrol person. All the children had an opportunity to take part in both group activities.

Finally, they were taught a song:

                                    Stop, Look and Listen
                                    Before you cross the road
                                    Use your eyes and your ears
                                    Before you use your feet
                           

Children were given a leaflet all about how to cross the road safely and correctly with the song included and a large sticker.