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Good morning all,

It has been so lovely to see all the pictures of your learning at home on Tapestry. Please continue to share them and thank you to parents for your continued support. 


This week please can I request you ‘like’ an observation once you have read it. Some of the tracking we are using to follow who is engaging with what we are sending does not register all activity from the app. However it will allow us to see who has accessed the Challenge charts and daily phonics work we are sending home. Thank you in advance. 


Here is the fourth grid of activities that the children can do while the schools are closed this week. Here are the links to support you in your learning this week.


Season song - 


Season videos on espresso - 


Who put the colours in the rainbow Hymn?  Can you spot the mistake in the pictures?


The gingerbread man video 


Here is also a link to some supporting videos and PowerPoint slides to support you with the maths tasks this week. I have chosen tasks from session 1 and 3. Feel free to explore the other sessions if you want. 


Please use tapestry to update us on the activities the children are doing throughout the week. Even if it not these ones. It is lovely seeing what you are all getting up to at home. If we do not hear from you, over the week, we will be in touch directly to make sure everything is okay and to see if we can support you further. We will continue to use Tapestry to share daily phonics activities you can do with your children at home during this unprecedented time.


Daily phonics and reading is really important to help them continue to develop their reading skills.


On Friday I will send an observation out for you to respond to with the books the children have read over the week. These could be stories you have at home or books they have read on Bug Club which you have access to. If you are struggling to access Bug Club please do let me know and I will do my best to support you. 

Please remember we are still here for you if you need any help or advice. You can contact us through tapestry or you can email us directly to


I will continue to access Tapestry and the email daily to be able to respond as soon as possible.


I hope you are all having lots of fun with your learning.

Miss Conyard and the Reception team 




Challenge Chart 3, WC 25th January

Good morning.


Tapestry seems to be having some trouble this morning and it has crashed a few times. They are working hard to update the servers and hopefully will have it up and running soon. In the meantime you will see the Challenge Chart for this week below. 

Fingers crossed it’ll be up and running again soon.


Kind regards

Miss Conyard 


10.30 am 11/1/21

Well done everyone for completing your first week on home schooling and juggling everything else you are doing at home too. I just wanted to put a message out to say thank you for all the lovely photos and messages we have had sharing the children’s learning at home. If you have some that you would like to share feel free to send them over the weekend or when you get a chance. I know how busy home lives can be right now. It is so wonderful to see all of the learning opportunities, not just those we have set, going on at home. Children great job on your learning and parents thank you for your support. 

Continue to stay safe and well.


Miss Conyard and the Reception team 

8th January 

Previous Challenge Charts

Well what a start to 2021.


Firstly please can I thank you all for the kind and thoughtful gifts that myself and the other staff received at Christmas. We appreciated each and everyone and were overwhelmed with the hampers we were gifted. I know there are thank you letters for the children await our return. 


As you are aware we are currently closed and doing our best to organise things for the children this week. We will be open for key worker children and you are able to book this on the school gateway if you require a space. 

We will soon be sending out challenge charts via Tapestry, and here, so we can continue our learning at home for the moment. Each grid will have a selection of different activities to do over the week. We do however expect that you will also read daily using your bug club accounts. If you feel you need any further support with bug club please send us a message either via tapestry or you can send an email to our class account which is now activate and will be check once a day by staff. 

Our class email address is;


We will continually update the website and tapestry with information so please keep an eye out.


Most importantly though, I hope you are all keep safe and are well. We hope to see you all soon.


Miss Conyard and the Reception team. 


Stay safe this half term!

What a wonderful start to the term we have had. The children are coming into class well and making all of our staff very proud by how well they have settled into the new routines and expectations on them. The children are working hard and enjoying our work on bubbles at the moment. They are loving the new climbing frame outside and use it at every opportunity


Due to staggered start and end of the school day different years groups are starting at different time. Reception times are 8.45 am-3.15 pm. If you think you maybe late picking up your child please phone the office so they can get a message to us.


Please can I remind all parents that the children do require a PE kit with trainers or plymsols in as we do do PE outdoors every Wednesday morning. if you are aware that your child does not have kit in school please can you ensure it is sent in named in a named bag we can hang on their pegs. 


The children have had their first forest school session this week when we went up and familiarised ourselves with our woodland area. The children were very excited. Please can I ask you to ensure your child has a set of waterproofs in school as we will go on out even if it is raining. These must be named and in a named bag. They will also require their own set of wellie boots. Again please name these as we already have a few

duplicates and we want to ensure your child has their own boots. 


The children are also loving using the mud kitchen and water areas, despite wearing aprons some children are still able to get themselves wet and messy so we would ask for all of them to have a minimum of 1 full set of changes of clothes. 


The children now have reading books and reading records to allow them to read daily with you and for your to record they have in their records. This can be as simple as the book title and you signature or feel free to comment on sounds they knew or struggled with, parts of the story they enjoyed or even how they related it to their own lives. 


The children have their first home learning this week which has been shared on tapestry. If you have still not activated your account please ask a member of the team or the office for some help to get this resolved. It is a wonderful thing to share pictures of their learning both at school and at home. 


Miss Conyard

Mrs Roberts

Mrs Kenny

Autumn topic map

We look forward to welcoming children back into school. Some children may be excited, and some may feel daunted, I’m sure many of you parents feel a little apprehensive and we all have a mixture of feelings.

Below is a pdf that can be shared with children to support new routines that we will have in Nursery and Reception now. It has been made by another nursery in Surrey and we have been allowed to share it with you. The pictures are lovely and words are reassuring describing how school is going to be different, but more importantly, that school will be a fun and positive place to be. 

If you could look at the book together at a quiet time, it will help the children understand these changes and feel more settled about coming back. We are likely to also share and discuss it in school too.


Thank you,
Georgina Wilson 

A message for any families who are due to be starting our Reception Class in September.


I have attached a pdf story of a child starting school for you to share with your child. This will enable you to introduce the idea of staying all day at school, and will help all children that will be full time in September. Read the story and talk about it with your child. Doing this several times every now and again will help your child understand some of the experiences that will be ahead for them and help them cope emotionally for what could possibly be a challenge. We are very much looking forward to meeting you and your child and begin the process of getting to know you all.

Georgina Wilson, Early Years Leader

Proper Hand Washing Technique

Pretend the black ink is soap!