Sports Day 2021
Back to school week beginning 8th March 2021
Outdoor PE will now be on a Wednesday. Please ensure you send your child into school wearing their PE kit. This means Tracksuit bottoms, trainers and a jumper or a fleece.
Firstly, on behalf of all the EYFS team may I thank you all for the support and patience you have shown us this week while we have begun to get to grips again with Home Learning and the online teaching provision.
For your information, there is a live Phonic lesson each day at 10:00am for RW and at 11:00 for RAC. In addition to this there are phonic resources to explore on both class files.
A variety of Literacy and Maths activities are set daily and we have been delighted with how many children are completing this and more each day. Thank you for the photographs and videos shared on both Teams and Tapestry.
Understanding the World work has also been introduced this week based on one of our topics which is winter. The children have already started to make amazing pieces of art based on this topic.
Thank you also to the staff supporting those children of key workers who have been learning in school. All staff have ensured that these children are also carrying out their usual learning timetable where possible.
Stay safe everyone.
The EYFS Team.
Dear Parents and Children,
We have spent today planning and uploading more home learning which you will receive each day on your child’s Teams account. Tomorrow we look forward to logging on live to catch up with the class and in preparation for our daily live lessons which we will start on Wednesday. We plan to record all these so you can refer back to them, or if they aren’t scheduled for a time that is convenient for you.
log on tomorrow at 11:00am for a catch up with Mrs.Adams.
Stay safe everyone,
The EYFS team.
Happy new year and welcome back to school!
We are sorry that things are different for the start of this term and we understand the difficulties it may cause for a lot of children and parents, however as a team we are always available to support you as much as we can.
Monday 4th January was always intended to be a remote learning day and so as such as have set some activities for you to enjoy at home. Hopefully these games will be a good start to think again about reading letters and words and recognizing and counting numbers.
The activities for home learning are posted on your child's teams account. If you have any difficulties accessing this please contact us via the reception email: firstname.lastname@example.org where we will assist you further.
Please send your children to school wearing P.E kit including trainers or plimsoles today and tomorrow. Thank you.
Mrs.Adam and Mrs.Clarke.
If you wish to contact Mrs Adams or Mrs Clarke, you can email email@example.com. Please make sure you write in the subject box, who the email is for as both reception teachers will have access to this account. Many thanks
The children have received a reading book this week to share with you at home. These will be issued every Monday for you to keep at home until Friday. Please ensure these are returned EVERY Friday to allow 48 hours to quarantine before the books can be issued again on Monday. Many thanks,
Just a note to say that Reception will need to wear PE kit on Thursdays starting from 17th September. Due to COVID-19 restrictions children will wear PE kit on that day for the whole school day, there will be no changing in school until further notice.
This will be outside so please ensure your child has a school tracksuit when the weather is cold.
The Reception team.
Hello children! We hope you are excited for a fantastic year at Woodville Primary School! We have lots of fun-filled activities for you all to explore.
We look forward to seeing you all and hearing about your adventures over the summer!
Mrs Adams and Mrs Clarke
Reading at home.
Reading is so important and you can continue to enjoy this with your child. Oxford Owl (link below) offers free ebooks to read for children aged 3-11, including ones we use at school such as the Biff Chip and Kipper books. The easiest way to search is by age. Some children may need age 3-4 and others 4-5. Please do not worry about the age range in terms of your child’s ability; they are all reading well and making progress but are naturally at different stages. The website also has other useful help with a parents guide to phonics, spelling help, activities, games and storyteller videos etc that you may wish to look at.
Games to play