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21/07/21

Thank you so much for your kind words. We will pass on the message to the children! Take Care

21/07/21

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Thank you for a fantastic virtual visit! It was a total pleasure to chat with your brilliant young readers and writers - please wish them happy reading and happy writing from me!

21/07/21

Happy Wednesday everyone 🌈 For this academic years final challenge, we would like you to write a poem or song summarising your school year. We can't wait to hear them 🎶 https://t.co/sdlUMvTkbp

21/07/21

Yesterday year 4 had a virtual visit by Varjak Paw Author, S.F Said. Year 4 pupils love reading his books and were so excited to meet the brilliant and inspiring author in person! 📚 https://t.co/MZV4m7774I

20/07/21

Year 6 are enjoying a virtual tour of the British Museum, learning specifically about the Ancient Greeks 🏛️ https://t.co/GNBbr58H78

20/07/21

Thank you for sharing with us!

07/07/21

Happy Wellbeing Wednesday everyone 🌈 For this week's challenge, we would like you to create your own England football chant, poem or poster cheering them on for tonight or celebrating how well they have done in the Euro's so far🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 https://t.co/tyonUKs6Po

03/07/21

We have grown a beautiful bumper crop of strawberries in the EYFS garden this year 🍓 https://t.co/bO00wT2T3w

02/07/21

Year 6 have been learning about climate graphs in maths and have created their own based on a destination of their choice 📊 https://t.co/O1kcyHxLgU

30/06/21

Year 6 have been exploring Charles Darwin's theory of Natural Selection by using different utensils to represent different bird beaks to see which are best adapted at picking up seeds 🌿 https://t.co/BRrZ9GhpbW

30/06/21

Happy Wednesday everyone 🌈 In the spirit of the Euro's, today's Wellbeing challenge is to design a new football kit for England ⚽ We can't wait to see what you come up with! https://t.co/DKIK1JbmqG

24/06/21

Year 6 have been enjoying their daily Drop Everything Read sessions 📚 https://t.co/Qju3k6uyIQ

23/06/21

Happy Wednesday everyone 🌈 For this week's challenge, we would like you to draw your idea of paradise! Think about what relaxes you and what makes you happy. Remember this could be different for everyone! We look forward to seeing what you come up with 🏖️ https://t.co/cTvhDsJ2Sr

22/06/21

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We have spaces available in our Junior Singers at Anerley Town Hall on Wednesdays (4.15-5.15). For current years 3,4&5. Email sseeney.co.uk for info. Start this week!

09/06/21

The book fair is at Kent House again! 📚 Our pupils are enjoying having a look at the books on offer. Parents and carers, please see the letter attached with details of how we are making it Covid-safe https://t.co/R44V7X9Klj

28/05/21

Year 6 have produced some fantastic end of term learning summaries for history, focusing on how London has changed from The Romans, up until the Georgians 🌟 https://t.co/hwwESXuAdm

25/05/21

In art, year 6 have been creating their own sculptures based on the work of Patrick Cabral. They worked in pairs to create their animal themed interlocking cardboard sculptures🎨 https://t.co/cHLRieONIe

12/05/21

Happy Wednesday everyone🌈 For this week's challenge, we would like you to create a poem based on the theme of nature to fit in with this year's theme for 💚 We can't wait to see what you come up with https://t.co/eB45F5JnZ3

10/05/21

🌈This week is . This year's theme is about connecting with nature to support your mental health. Watch this space for more information about how to get involved 💚 https://t.co/pbookqNRR9

30/04/21

In science this week, year 6 have been learning about the parts of an eye and how we are able to see with. They have also been experimenting to see what objects light is able to pass through 💡 https://t.co/wW9kbwxWS1

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Nursery

Welcome to Nursery Class  

Usain BOLT - Olympic Athletics | Jamaica

 

This year nursery class will be known as Usain Bolt class.  

Mrs King is teaching nursery class this year. 

Welcome to Nursery class! We hope you find the information below useful. This information will help you support your child at home with the organisation of their week and their learning at home. 

Key Times 

Homework 

 In nursery class, our families are invited to share their home learning by emailing in photographs and videos of family experiences to their child’s profile, which is set up by Mrs King. Each child also has a learning journal in class where their learning achievements are recorded. Parents are invited to complete WOW forms to record any home learning achievements that will then be added to their journals.    

Key Times 

The nursery school gates open at 8:30 in the morning. 

The children going home at lunchtime are collected from the nursery door at 11:25, please be there to collect them promptly.  

The nursery school gates open at 12:30 in the afternoon. 

All children are collected from the nursery door in the afternoon.  

The gates are open by 3:20. Please be punctual when dropping off and collecting your child as the nursery entrance is shared by additional year groups with their own start and end time to ensure social distancing. 

 

 

 What are we learning? 

This term’s topic is, ‘How many pebbles on the beach?’ 

We will be exploring the beach resources in our role play area and investigating floating and sinking using everyday objects. In the garden we will be making rock pools and searching for pebbles in our sand pit. We will use handprints to create underwater creatures and natural resources to print patterns onto fish.  

Our literacy texts include Hooray for fish! Sharing a shell, and Commotion in the ocean. In maths we will compare size and weight and use the water trays to learn about capacity. 

 

  How can I help at home? 

One of the key ways every parent can help is to ensure that your child is at school every day and on time. We also encourage the nursery children to be independent when changing shoes – Velcro fastenings enable this, and putting on coats for outdoor learning, please support them at home with their dressing skills.   Other than this, the main way you can help is by making time to read stories and enjoy songs and rhymes every day at home. It is the most effective way of ensuring that your child makes progress in all areas of the Early Years Foundation Stage.  

Our outdoor learning and gardens are open every day. Please remember a named waterproof coat as we are outside in all weathers exploring the world around us as much as we can. In hot weather please provide a sun hat and apply sunscreen before school. If any parents can donate plants or seeds for the allotment, please speak to Mrs King. 

Throughout the school year, your child’s profile will be sent home at regular intervals so you may celebrate their achievements at home and at school. We do hope you enjoy looking at and contributing to them while your child is in Nursery class.