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  • lockdown forest schools

    Published 08/04/20, by Sarah Mellor

    The creative ideas keep rolling in from the very talented Lime Tree class.

    Forest schools, baking, junk modelling robots, making dream cathchers, walks, spelling tests and art master pieces!

    Wowzers! You are all amazing!!!

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  • Smiles while we work!

    Published 06/04/20, by Sarah Mellor

    It's been wonderful to see all the smiles on the children's faces as they are doing their home learning.  Hope they make you smile too!

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  • Map of keyworth

    Published 04/04/20, by Helen Ingle

     

    Home learning packs are making their way to you via our wonderful Crossdae team! 

    In your pack there are maths and writing activities as well as two topic based tasks- one with a geography focus and one with a history focus. For now we would like you to focus on the geography work which is about getting to know Keyworth. 

    The sheet below is in your pack as well as the map of Keyworth (which is also attached below). 

     

     

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  • Writing Challenge

    Published 03/04/20, by Helen Ingle

    Please see below for this weeks writing challenge.

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  • news and ideas!

    Published 02/04/20, by Sarah Mellor

    Thank you for the lots of news and ideas that have been coming in from the class.  It seems that lots of the children have been enjoying doing Doodle Maths and Reading Eggs at home which is super to hear.  We've also heard that quite a few of you are enjoying challenging yourselves by doing a daily Super Sentence and practising letter formation by using the letterjoin YouTube videos. 

    Cooking is always a winner to get children interested in their learning.  One member of the class has enjoyed making pasta for the first time, while another has been busy decorating biscuits by carefully counting the toppings.   Both look yummy!

    Well done to another one of our families who showed their appreciation of the NHS by making a poster and  putting their Christmas lights back up! 

    Please keep the news, photos and questions coming in.

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  • busy week

    Published 31/03/20, by Sarah Mellor

    Doodle maths robot and Easter chick as well as emoji and own super sentence, “he feels happy just like me”. Wonderful work - keep up the hard work!

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  • Namaste

    Published 30/03/20, by Helen Ingle

     Loving those yoga moves, smart hair cuts and marvellous maths- what a busy first week! 

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  • Rainbowtastic

    Published 30/03/20, by Helen Ingle

    Keyworth is looking bright and cheerful with all of the lovely rainbows that are appearing. Here are some great ideas to inspire you to get creative with rainbows and much more!

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  • Marvellous mood meter

    Published 30/03/20, by Helen Ingle

    With life changing rapidly it's hard to know how we are feeling from day to day. This is a lovely way of helping each other to talk about how we are feeling.

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  • Slide from the line!

    Published 30/03/20, by Helen Ingle

    We hope you've now all received the welcome message from  the new class email. 

    We aim to blog the lovely things you have been up to. Its great  to see what's happening at home and to share a few ideas. 

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  • Hello lovely lime trees

    Published 25/03/20, by Helen Ingle

    A big hug for  the  Reception Lime Trees from Mrs Mellor and Mrs Ingle.

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  • TRICKY TRACKERS

    Published 24/03/20, by Claire Jones
    Please find attached the Tricky Trackers that we use in school - from 1 -8. There are also instructions attached. These are really important to help your child to learn common words that come up in their reading that they cannot read using their soun
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