Ash Class

Welcome to Ash Class!
A message from Mrs Nott:
 
Dear parents (and children),
 
Thank you so much for the beautiful hamper. I am overwhelmed by your kindness, it is a really thoughtful, gorgeous gift. I have thoroughly loved teaching your children and working with you this year. I will be sure to keep everyone updated on her arrival and will visit school once things are back to normal. 
 
Many thanks again and best wishes,
 
Mrs Nott
I will be updating this page every Monday and Wednesday to give you some ideas/tasks for home learning whilst Andoversford is closed.
I miss you all and hope that you all are keeping safe and looking after one another at home.
 
Parents: Please take a look at the Early Learning Goals so that you are aware of end of year hopes and try to incorporate activities into your day that are relevant. You could print off the attached worksheets or do any work straight into the work books. Send any brilliant home learning to the school office, I would love to see what the children have been up to!
 
See below for the home learning grid and resources that you might need. There are also some helpful links to websites*.
 
*Please ensure your child is supervised whilst using the internet.
This weeks home learning (Wednesday 1st April)
Other Useful Links and Resources
Last Week
Home Learning
 
We are the Early Years Class and our teacher is Mrs Nott.
This term our theme is 'Let's Celebrate' we will be thinking about celebrations that we take part in as well as other celebrations. We start the term learning about the Chinese New Year, moving onto birthdays.
 
Autumn Term
Not All Superheroes Wear Capes!
Superhero Tea Party
Our First Fun Week!
Forest School
Ash Class have started forest school sessions, we made a shoe line, talked about staying safe and the rules we must follow in forest school.
Cheltenham Literature Festival
 
Ash Class were lucky to attend the Literature Festival this year!
We saw Tim Hopgood and had a go at drawing the owl from his story, it was a brilliant and inspiring day.