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Meet the Teacher Notes 2021-2022

Autumn Term Topic

Please find below a video, some photographs and a website to help your child or children starting school.

kind regards,

Caroline Wakeling.

Welcome to the classroom video

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Dear Children,
We hope that you are having a lovely school holiday and that you are looking forward to starting school in a few weeks time. Mrs.Clarke and I have been busy making the classroom ready and below is a short video so that you can see what our lovely room looks like. Since making this video we have put up some new displays too and updated your reading corner too.
We are both really looking forward to seeing you soon for your first short sessions.
Take care and stay safe.
Mrs.Wakeling & Mrs.Clarke.

Read with me under a tree - Enjoying time together through reading and advice about starting school.

 

Essex County Council Library services have a lovely and useful Webpage with games and activities for children in the Early Years. These promote sharing books, stories and developing lots of communication skills with your child or young children. 

 

This site also gives a few tips about how to support your child as they are starting school.

visit tlc-Essex.info


Hope you find it helpful,

Kind regards,

 

Caroline Wakeling

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you wish to contact Mrs Wakeling or Mrs Clarke, you can email reception@woodville.essex.sch.uk. 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

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.

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