Learning From Home
Thank you for all your support over our first week of home learning. It is now on to week two! You should have two links, one that will access the morning meetings for the week and another for the afternoon meetings. The same links will work each day.
Below you will find useful links and documents to support your child's learning from home. In class 7 we offer a play and exploration based curriculum and we have tried to reflect that in the activities we have suggested. We have a big focus on communication and shared attention so following your child's interests and playing simple games will support their learning.
If you have any questions, need any guidance or have anything you'd like to share please use the email:
We love to see what you have been getting up to!
Welcome to Class 7
Welcome to the Autumn Term. We hope everyone stays well and safe.
Mrs Zoe Grant & Mrs Julie Lincoln (Class teachers)
Miss Kayleigh Riley, Miss Laura McLaughlin, Mrs Sue Byrne and Miss Ellen Sutton (Teaching Assistants)
This year in Class 7 we welcome Mrs Grant to our team, Mrs Grant is an experienced teacher and has worked in our ASD classes for many years. She has taught in Class 7 before and more recently in Class 9. (Our Key Stage 2 ASD provision) Mrs Grant will be in class Monday-Wednesday and Mrs Lincoln will be in class, Wednesday-Friday.
If you do need to contact us, you can of course phone the school telephone or alternatively, please do not hesitate to contact us through the email below. Many parents like to send photos on their children taking part in different activities over the weekends and holidays and we welcome those as it is a good starting point for developing interests and communication.
This half term will be very much about settling the children in, both those new to the school and those who have had a long break away. Our topic is Ourselves and we will be learing about ourselve and our families. Please do send photographs in to support our learning. We are asking for family photos; parents and siblings and any other significant adults/children in the family.
In Class 7 we send home a home-school diary. This is an important communication between home and school. Please do fill it in and let us know how your child is, what they have been up to and any other information you think will be helpful for us to know.
We will be sending home reading books on a Monday with a phonics book. These can be kept at home and returned on a Friday. It is important that they are returned on a Friday so we can quarantine the books over the weekend before they are changed/updated on the following Monday. Please do read with your child, every day. Even if your child cannot read, it is really important to their development to listen to stories each day too.
Many thanks and we look forward to a happy, fun year.
Mrs Lincoln & Mrs Grant
Supporting your child at home
The following links will take you to Espresso and Purple Mash. Both contain numerous resources for supporting your child in all areas of the school curriculum. Individual log in details can be found in children's reading records. For further information about the curriculum please go to the Curriculum section of the school website.