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A message from Miss Jackson

 

We have now reached the end of Term 5. What a crazy term it has been and one that I know, has not been the easiest for so many of you. I'd like to start by saying a big thank you for emailing in to share what your children have been up to. It has been so lovely to see and hear about their activities. I appreciate it is another thing to think about during this 'home learning' period but it does help us all to feel connected. Thank you again for allowing your children to participate in our Zoom meeting. I know this wasn't feasible for everyone but hopefully the videos we have uploaded have helped your children to feel more connected to us and the school.

 

As we go forward to Term 6, I know many of you have got some difficult decisions to make. Whatever decision you come to, we know this won't have been easy but please know we are still here to support you both in and out of school.

 

As a school, we have shared how we plan to re-open as safely as we possibly can for everyone involved; following the guidance from the government and KCC. I know it is a really uncertain time for everyone, as we enter further unprecedented times but please know, that the well-being and safety of everyone is at the heart of everything we are doing.

 

Over the next two weeks, please take some time to relax, have fun and look after yourselves. Take a break from the home learning way of life and try to treat it like a normal half term (as safely as you possibly can!) If you would like to continue with some form of structure, we are a week behind with our White Rose Maths, so you could do: Summer Term - Week 5 (w/c 18th May) all about Superworm.

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/early-years/

 

Keep smiling and hopefully we will have some sunshine to enjoy!

 

Miss Jackson 

 

Aldington Primary School Home Learning Passport

 

 

You didn't think we'd leave you with nothing to do did you?

 

Here is a home learning passport which you can do at home. Can you complete all 20? You may have completed some already!

 

We don't need photo evidence of you doing every single one, we are going to trust you! You may like to send some pictures in to brighten our day though. 

Term 5

 

I cannot believe we are in Term 5 already, what a crazy couple of weeks we have had! As we return to home learning, please know that whatever you manage to achieve in the day is brilliant.

 

I am contactable via the class email address so please email if you need any help/support. I have loved seeing what you have been up to so thank you for taking the time to email pictures into me. I know it is another think about so thank you so much.

 

Our curriculum question this term is: How do things move?

We will be thinking about transport, humans and animals as we explore movement.

 

Below is the curriculum map (if you can't read it very well, I will upload a document of it too.)

 

 

 

Keep smiling Pandas, you are all amazing! 

 

Miss Jackson (and all of the Panda Class adults) J

Mud Fairy Cakes Recipe

Miss Jackson and Miss Burden have been busy making mud fairy cakes. Can you follow the recipe to make your own?

Aldington YouTube Channel!

 

We are excited to announce that Aldington Primary School now has its own YouTube channel! Teachers will be uploading videos during our time apart with extra activities, story time, competitions and mini lessons to help support your learning at home.

 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCn3cHAF8jKKDy90Y-NX_HpQ

Panda Class Home Learning – Floor Book

 

The home learning floor book is a place where you can record all of the exciting things you have been up to during your time off of school.

 

To give you an idea, our class floor book in school combines pictures of the children/activities we have been doing, the children’s voices (comments they have made about the activity) and evidence of what the children have been up to. Your own floor book can be as creative as you like and doesn’t necessarily require lots of adult input. We don’t want the floor book to become an onerous activity but more a celebration of your time at home, filled with things your child would like to share.

 

Here are some examples of pages from our class book:

 

                              

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