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Dear Class R

I hope that you are all well and having fun while learning.


Last week I went into my garden and looked for plants that were growing, I tried to imagine that I was at Hyde Hall.

I found some tiny buds on the cherry tree , rhododendron buds and my rhubarb plant! I took some pictures to show you. Later on I stewed the rhubarb.






Enjoy your afternoon, do let me know what you have been doing.


Mrs Gander smiley




Dear Class R

Please use the following website to access further reading scheme books. 

You can select the colour band that your child is currently on and there is a small selection of books to read.

Many thanks

Mrs Gander


Dear Class R

I hope you are all enjoying being with your family and managing to do a little school work too.


Please keep checking for any additional information I add to our class page.


Take care and  I'm missing all my lovely class today!


From Mrs Gander

EYFS 2019

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Class R Spring Term 2020

Welcome back to school for the Spring Term.

We have lots of exciting events to look forward to.  They began with school mass to celebrate the new term. In RE our first topic is Celebrations and it has been wonderful to read all about your family celebrations in your Christmas homework.

This half term we will entertain you with our first class assembly. Be prepared to find out about ‘A Day in the Life of Class R’, showing you our many wonderful talents!

Our class topic is Weather and we will be making the most of the outside, whatever the weather, so please ensure that all wellington boots are in school.

In March we will go to Hyde Hall, where we have an amazing day finding out about plants and how they grow.

We start a set of gymnastics lessons next week as well as our usual PE session and our daily mile.

If you have anything fascinating at home that you would like to show in school, please bring it in on a Wednesday to talk about. For example you might have an animals tooth, an unusual item that we haven’t seen before, a fish skeleton, an amazing flower etc. This will help to broaden language,  and encourage curiosity and explanations ( all of which are EYFS expectations).

Thank you for your continued support, especially with reading and home activities.

Mrs Gander and the Class R Team



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