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  • Australia Day Today is Australia Day - the official National Day of Australia. Celebrated annually on 26 January, it marks the anniversary of the 1788 arrival of the First Fleet of British Ships ...
    Posted by Natasha Jenkinson
  • Reading games It has been lovely to see how you have all adapted so well to the home learning and started to find your own fun ways of doing things. Noah and ...
    Posted 21 Jan 2021, 08:35 by Natasha Jenkinson
  • Phonics Play To support phonics at home we would like you to engage in the daily phonics set by WRI. This is exactly how we would do it at school so it ...
    Posted 18 Jan 2021, 04:04 by Natasha Jenkinson
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Australia Day

posted by Natasha Jenkinson

Today is Australia Day - the official National Day of Australia. Celebrated annually on 26 January, it marks the anniversary of the 1788 arrival of the First Fleet of British Ships and the raising of the Flag of Great Britain at Sydney Cov!

The day is celebrated with family gatherings, picnics, barbecues, parades and fireworks in Australia! 

I thought it would be a good idea to try some different activities, to learn more about Australia!
    - Find out about different animals that live in Australia
    - Learn about Australian landmarks ( Sydney Harbour Bridge / Ayers Rock )
    - Find Australia on a Map, how long might it take to get there
    - Colour/draw an Australian flag

Reading games

posted 21 Jan 2021, 08:35 by Natasha Jenkinson

It has been lovely to see how you have all adapted so well to the home learning and started to find your own fun ways of doing things. 

Noah and his mum had lots of fun this week by putting words that he is learning to read on the door and had to shoot them with his Nerf gun as he read them (see image). You could do this by putting words on the floor and shooting at them, or by by throwing socks at the word to read. You could play this on your own or by taking it in turns with your grown ups or siblings! 

Please share with us your fun learning games!
Thanks
Mrs Jenkinson

Phonics Play

posted 18 Jan 2021, 04:04 by Natasha Jenkinson

To support phonics at home we would like you to engage in the daily phonics set by WRI. This is exactly how we would do it at school so it would be useful to continue this so your child doesn’t fall behind and continues to make great progress. 

In addition to this, Phonic Play have lots of fun games to play to support your child’s phonics. They are offering their services for free throughout lockdown, use the link 

https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/ 
username: jan21 
password: home for access. 

Learning in Nature..

posted 18 Jan 2021, 03:56 by Natasha Jenkinson

Nature walks are a great way of bringing children outdoors to learn, whether it’s on the way to school, at a park or another local place of interest.

We would love you to do a senses walk while out and about on doing daily exercise! Have a look at the sheet attached for ideas of what to talk about, by becoming immersed in the environment. Think about the sounds, sights, smells and feel around you.

Please remember to share your learning through Tapestry,
Thanks
Mrs Jenkinson

Monday Morning...

posted 18 Jan 2021, 01:25 by Natasha Jenkinson

Good Morning, 

It has been so lovely to wake up this morning and see lots of lovely posts on Tapestry of you all enjoying the snow over the weekend, even if it has all disappeared now! You all look like you had such fun and enjoyed building snowmen and making snow angels!

What a great start to a Monday, 
Thanks 
Mrs Jenkinson

Snow Day Fun!

posted 14 Jan 2021, 03:38 by Natasha Jenkinson

While on your snowy walk today can you make footprint patterns in the snow?

Look at the patterns on the soles of the shoes and wellingtons, what do they look like? How will they make patterns when walking in the snow!
You can make lots of different patterns in the snow, you could stand with two feet together and then one foot, then two etc. Or you could walk around in a circle or a zig zag!

Send us in pictures of your snowy footprints and fun in the snow, we love to see what you have been up to!

You could also have a go at guessing who has left these snowy footprints!

Share a story :)

posted 14 Jan 2021, 02:44 by Natalie Gay

Have a look at this great website for some free story books !

https://www.worldbookday.com/share-a-story-corner/

Miss Gay

Tapestry

posted 6 Jan 2021, 02:24 by Natasha Jenkinson

You are required to compete homelearning with your child which has been set by school. To share this learning with teachers we are asking you to use Tapestry. Advice on how to add an observation can be found here:

https://www.google.com/search?q=how+to+use+tapestry+for+parents&rlz=1C1GCEB_enGB831GB831&oq=how+to+use+tap&aqs=chrome.2.69i57j0i457j0l6.4759j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8#kpvalbx=_Hor1X87WMdqT8gKo1KboBA11

If you require any futher assistance please email dolphins@sandringham.school

Phonics

posted 5 Jan 2021, 02:52 by Natalie Gay   [ updated 5 Jan 2021, 06:22 ]

Hi all,

Please see tapestry for daily phonics for your child. These will be allocated according to your child's ability. 

Here is a short video to introduce the children to 'Phonics at home!'

WIN_20210105_10_40_05_Pro.mp4



Miss Gay 

A video from your teachers

posted 5 Jan 2021, 02:47 by Natalie Gay   [ updated 5 Jan 2021, 06:23 ]

WIN_20210105_10_33_28_Pro.mp4


Mrs Jenkinson and Miss Gay
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