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Welcome to another post from Acorn class. We had a very busy week learning about different professions.
Inspired by the book ‘A super hero like you’ ad written by Dr Ja we learned about the real superheroes. The ones that provide help and keep us and our communities safe.
We have been learning how to identify different occupations through fine motor art and crafts, as well as through baking, cutting, constructing and reading
We’ve also been celebrating RED NOSE DAY today! We’ve had lots of fun making red nose faces using different foods this morning, and we’ve been playing stick the nose game this afternoon.
I hope you all have a wonderful weekend!
What a great week we’ve had – full of such fun learning activities.
Acorns have been enjoying the physical and messy activities outside, as well as engaging in the small world of Supertato and being a seller in our toyshop inside the classroom.
This week we also had many important stories and events to talk about. On International Women’s Day all the girls stood proud whilst the boys applauded them. This was such a lovely moment and me so proud of all the children.
We have been praying for Sarah Everard and our thoughts are with her family and friends.
At the end of this week we have been busy making cards for our mummies and celebrating World Book Day. Hopefully making amazing memories together!
Have a lovely weekend!
At Acorn Class this week has been full of joy and Christmas activities, Christmas Disco, Christmas Dinner and Christmas Jumper day. We have started our week creating and writing Christmas cards for Santa.
During the week we have also created Christmas decorations using clay. It was very messy but it was so much fun too!
Also, we have been learning about the Nativity through stories and songs.
At last, Christmas Jumpers Day has arrived and we had ourselves a little party. We have played many physical games like musical chairs, pass the parcel…
Our Merits this week went to Johnleo and Erin. Jonhleo for always trying his best and improving how to engage himself during learning time. And Erin for finding her voice and engaging in learning time. Well done both of you!
Have a lovely weekend!
What a beautiful first week back we’ve had. Christmas is around the corner and in Acorn’s class we have started to bring the Christmas spirit.
Plenty of Christmas activities have been going on. We’ve been decorating our Christmas tree, creating our own Post Office and we also received a visit from Rudolf, who brought a book for us.
We have also have been very busy writing Christmas cards for Age UK.
The merits of this week have been given to Zayyan for being very thoughtful and kind with his friends. And also to Kaia for being very good with the toilet. She didn’t have any accident this week!
I wish you a lovely weekend.
I hope you’ve had a wonderful week as much as I’ve had being with you.
Rememberance Day has been our focus this week – from messy play areas to assemblies, we have been learning why we observe this day.
We have also been learning about Diwali and how different cultures celebrate different festivals.
I would like to say a BIG thank you to every one who has contributed to our Children in Need donations. The children got a sticker that they have worn with pride.
In so many ways I feel this week has touched my heart when I spoke to your children. One of the most remarkable moments was when a child shared that her hero is her mum, when talking about those who have lost their lives serving their country.
This week the merits has been given to Thomas M. for participating everyday at learning time and remembering all the days of the week. And to Armani for showing lot of knowledge about his faith.
Have a lovely weekend!!
Hello Super Acorns,
After a long two weeks, the children needed to re-adapt themselves to the nursery routine.
Everybody has done an amazing job!
This week has been very busy. We have introduced our new topic ‘This is all about celebrations’. And our story of the week is ‘Elmer’ by David McKee.
As you know, this week England is celebrating The Bonfire night on 5th of November. In Acorn Class this year we wanted to join the Bonfire night Celebration by eating hot dogs and take part in different activities such as fireworks, rhyme movements, learning important facts about fireworks and bonfire night and create our own bonfires using our fingers.
This week the merits has been given to Noah for paying attention at learning time and using his counting skills. And to Kian for being brave when he needs to say bye to his mummy in the mornings.
I am very proud of you.
I have attached a label to your child’s book reading records with the Seesaw QR code for you to join.
Please remember every Friday is our library book day. Please remember to make sure your child brings their book with them to change for a new one to read.
Have a lovely weekend,
Hello Super Acorns,
Today is our last day of the First Autumn Term.
This week has been very different learning from home but very exciting at the same time. I am very proud of all of you for what you have achieved. I have learnt so much from you and I hope you have learnt something new from this experience.
I would like to say a big thank you to all of you for being connected this week. I am very glad to have had the opportunity of sharing this new educational approach with you which we have all needed to adapt to. You brighten up my day by sharing your amazing videos and pictures of your activities. It gives me the opportunity to know you and your families a bit more.
I would like to share some of your wonderful pictures from this week.
Thank you so much for your help and support at home.
Have a lovely half term break!
Hello Super Acorn Class,
Another wonderful week has finished and we have only one week left before our half term.
We have been reading many stories this week, but one in particular called ‘We’re Going on a Bear Hunt’ written by Michael Rosen. Our Acorns have been developing role plays through this story, as well as maths games and pencil control activities.
October is Black History Month in the UK. This event that has been celebrated for more than 30 years. We have been talking about the contributions that people of African and Caribbean backgrounds have made to the UK over many generations.
We have read stories, done group time learning by talking about the similarities and differences and between us, and how Mo Farah and Usain Bolt inspire us to work hard and believe in our dreams.
I hope you have a wonderful weekend and remember to…