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A big 'thank you' to all of our families for working with us in this way over the past few weeks. We do hope that you have found the ideas, links and stories useful as you support your children at home.

As it is officially half term this week, we will not be posting any new activities  - however, please feel free to go back over the resources and revisit any that you have enjoyed or may have missed.

 

Eid al-Fitr

We know that some of our families will be celebrating the end of Ramadan this weekend.

We would like to wish you 'Happy Eid!'

If you would like to know more about this celebration, please use the links below.

Updates on this page for week beginning 18/05

This week under each of the star links:

  • Top tips 
  • Weekly activities -  a new set of ideas and activities for this week.
  • Useful links  -preparing for Reception in September
  • Watch this   - Mad about Minibeasts - Giles Andreae
  • Starting with a story - minibeast ideas / songs / crafts

 

Thank you to all of the families who have contacted us via email. We love to hear about what you are doing at home and get feedback on how you are using the videos and ideas that are posted. 

 

Please continue to keep in touch using the nursery email address as outlined in the letter from Mrs Garbett a few weeks ago.

 

 

Another rainbow song with signs!

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Exciting news....

 

Two of our nursery friends took the Rainbow Song challenge!  Have a look and sing along!

Singing in my teepee...

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Singing together....

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Great News!

We've just had a special delivery. Mrs Garbett's dog Barney has sent us a message!

Would you like to send a message to Barney? Record it and send it to our email address -we will make sure he gets it!

 

It's Barney!

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We will continue to put ideas on these pages for you to try at home, however they are certainly not better or more important than your own activities. You know your child best and following their interests will be the best way for them to learn. In truth, If they are engaged and enjoying an activity with you, then they will be learning.  Spending time talking together, giving opportunities for your child to hear / learn new vocabulary is one of the best ways of learning as you spend time together.

Dear Parents,

Welcome to our ‘Home Learning’ page.

This page has been set up to help our children to access learning from home after the announcement of school closures by the Prime Minister on Wednesday 18th March 2020. 

We feel it is important that our children continue to learn and thrive during these difficult and uncertain times.

Please check these pages on a weekly basis for information regarding home learning.

We would just like to take this opportunity to say thank you to all our parents for their continued support and wish everyone a safe and quick return to normality (whenever that maybe).

At Springfield we care, learn and achieve together

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