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Isolation Home Learning – Day 1

Here are some activities for your child to complete on their first day of isolation.

Please only do this with your child if they are well enough to do so. If your child needs to isolate for longer then we will be in touch with further learning activities to complete at home. Thank you!

  • Read a story together.
  • Practise counting out objects to 10.
  • Practise writing your name.
  • Do something active. Go out in your garden, do a Joe Wicks workout or some Cosmic Kids yoga on YouTube.
  • Practise your independence skills, for example, zipping up your own coat, putting on/taking your shoes or doing up/undoing buttons.

Teacher Contact Information 

If you need to contact us at all, please use the following email addresses. We will respond as soon as we can, but please be aware that this may be outside of teaching hours. 

Sophie Edwards (Sweet Chestnut) - 

Brittany Nudds (Horse Chestnut) -

Reception Baseline Assessment

Due to government requirement, we will be carrying out the Reception Baseline Assessment with the children over the next two weeks. The assessment has a maths section and a literacy, communication and language section.  The children work in a quite space with their teacher to carry out the assessments.

Chestnut Class Weekly Update 17/09/21

What a week we have had! We are so proud of the children this week. They have settled in fantastically and have risen to every challenge they have faced this week. We were particularly impressed with how well they coped with the lunchtime routines, collecting their food and tidying away after themselves. Well done!


Next week, parents can choose to drop their children off at the front of the school or you can continue to drop at the classroom door if you wish.


The children have brought home a library book to share at home this week. Please read this with your child over the week and return it in their book bag on Friday to be swapped.


If you haven’t already left some named wellies at school, please bring some in as soon as you can. As the weather starts to turn the children will need to wear their wellies when playing on the bottom playground.


You should have received an email this week inviting you to activate your Tapestry account so that you can access your child’s observations to see what they have been getting up to! If you have an issues, please let us know.


Have a lovely weekend.


Miss Edwards and Miss Nudds

First Week in Reception

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