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  • If you need any support please email us at bears@sandringham.school.

  • Remote Learning Hi Bear Class, We are sorry that we will not be returning to school for a while. We were so excited to see you all and to hear all about ...
    Posted 6 Jan 2021, 02:06 by Emma Shepherd
  • Happy Christmas Holidays! Well done everyone for such a lovely first term in school. Mrs Sheppard and I have been really pleased with the children and the progress they have made. They have ...
    Posted 9 Dec 2020, 03:18 by Sally Faulkner
  • Nursery update Hi everyone! Mrs Faulkner and I would just like to say how lovely the children have settled into our school during their first half term. We have seen some lovely ...
    Posted 5 Nov 2020, 08:03 by Emma Shepherd
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posted 6 Jan 2021, 02:05 by Emma Shepherd   [ updated 6 Jan 2021, 02:06 ]

Hi Bear Class,

We are sorry that we will not be returning to school for a while. We were so excited to see you all and to hear all about your Christmas holidays.

Most of you are going to be learning in a different way for now and some of you have already had a go at the home learning activities set, well done! We will be adding activities and videos onto Tapestry each day for you to have a go at. We would love to see your hard work and your creations so please ask your grown up to send us a photo on Tapestry.
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We are so proud of you all. I know that you will try your best with your home learning activities and we can’t wait to see your photos.

Parents – If you need any support at all, email the bears account and we will get back to you as soon as we can. We know how hard it can be to juggle home learning tasks with potential work from home and other siblings, so we only ask that you do what you can. We will get through this together. Take care everyone.

Mrs Shepherd and Mrs Faulkner x

Happy Christmas Holidays!

posted 9 Dec 2020, 03:18 by Sally Faulkner

Well done everyone for such a lovely first term in school. Mrs Sheppard and I have been really pleased with the children and the progress they have made. They have all grown in confidence and independence and eager to share their ideas and learning with us.
Next term we are  learning about, Going on a Bear Hunt by Michael Rosen. We are looking forward to being Explorers  as we enjoy learning about animals and environments,  and planning journeys and making maps.

How can you help?
You can read this book with your child and find this story on-line to share with them.
You can enjoy a walk in the woods or by the stream.
You could play hide and seek with a bear.

Stocking Filler
If you are looking for something for Santa to put in your child's stocking.......
Please would you ask him for some mittens, as the children would then be able to learn to put their mittens on independently. We would love to see your child show us how to put them  on independently after the Christmas holiday!

Boxes, tubs and tubes, lids and so on.
Please would you kindly save small items of recycling for us to use in school for box-modelling. No medicine boxes or plastic meat containers. Thank you.

Spare Clothes
We will also be sending your child home with their spare clothes. 
Please would you wash them and check that they still fit and then send them back to school in a named bag.  We have had some bags brought into school without names, so we are hoping to find the right home for them.

On behalf of all the staff in Nursery, we would like to wish you all a very peaceful Christmas and a very happy new year.
Mrs Faulkner,
Mrs Sheppard

Nursery update

posted 5 Nov 2020, 08:03 by Emma Shepherd

Hi everyone!

Mrs Faulkner and I would just like to say how lovely the children have settled into our school during their first half term. We have seen some lovely friendships starting to blossom! We have enjoyed lots of learning highlights, including our firework activities this week. The children have created firework paintings, drawn huge fireworks on the pavements with chalks and used fingers to make patterns in glitter! The children have thoroughly enjoyed themselves. 

This half term we are learning all about rhyme, using the text Each Peach Pear Plum to help us with our learning. We are also starting to think about initial sounds in words through games and activities so we can then lead into our Read Write Inc phonics teaching after Christmas. 

Just a few notes/reminders:

·        Please could you bring in any spare cardboard boxes and tubes for the children to use in our craft station? We will be getting creative making binoculars and telescopes to play I spy. They will be quarantined so they will be safe for our children to use.

·        Could you please make sure your child has a change of clothes in school and all items are named.

·        Children need to be coming into school with a jumper and warm coat now that the weather is turning much colder.

·        Water bottles need to have water only as this is school policy.

Thank you for your continued support and remember that you can contact us at bears@sandringham.school



A little hello from Mrs Faulkner

posted 17 Jul 2020, 11:11 by Melanie Cokeham

Mrs Faulkner reading Dear Zoo.mp4


Information about starting school

posted 16 Jul 2020, 13:48 by Chris Metcalfe

Please also see www.sandringham.school/newstarters for information about starting Sandringham. 

A little hello from Mrs Shepherd

posted 16 Jul 2020, 12:51 by Melanie Cokeham

Hello from Mrs Shepherd.mp4


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