Shears Green Infant School

Thank you to all parents for adhering to our staggered times. Please remember social distancing of two metres still applies on the school site. We have updated our Coronavirus Risk Assessment - this can be found under the Parent Link.Under the Parent Link you will also be able to find the NHS Track and Trace Link.

Happy Confident achievers

Friday 13th November

Welcome to your final set of lessons for the week. We hope you have enjoyed them but more importantly we hope you are safe and well. We can’t wait to see you all on Monday!

 

If you have joined us early today you might have time to join Joe Wicks as he finishes his 24 hours PE challenge which ends at 9:15am.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/events/ebn84f/live/cg3g9r

 

 

If you follow this next link it will take you to a page filled with fun Children in Need activities. We would love to hear about what you get up to today so feel free to email your class teachers!

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resources/twinkl-partnerships/bbc-children-in-need/primary-children-in-need-2018

 

This week there have been a lot of special days including Remembrance day on the 11th of November. Here is a short video your children can watch. Afterwards perhaps your child could draw and colour their own Poppy? If you have any family who have served I'm sure your child would love to hear about them. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wOT5CDnYHEs

 

This week also marks the start of Diwali which is the Hindu Festival of Lights. This begins on Saturday and we will learn more about it next week. If you would like to know more before we are back in school there are some lovely videos about Diwali in the following link. https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/watch/lets-celebrate-diwali

 

 

 

 

Here is your final phonics lesson from Mrs Perry.

We hope you have enjoyed your Dough Disco lessons. Here’s the final one.

Next we have your Maths having another look at numbers to 10.

You can find today's Big Book lesson in the next 2 videos.

Finally a story from Mrs Shakespear. Remember you can ask your child questions about the story and even get them to think of questions for you to try and answer. Who, what, why, when, where and how.