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Holy Family Catholic Primary School

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Nursery

ZOOM ACCESS INFORMATION

 

Personal Meeting ID 975 256 0664

Password: 7Es5FV

https://zoom.us/j/9752560664?pwd=WVhvRy91ank4V2NuZlFpMEtHNEgwZz09

The above is a link to our School Zoom lessons and the Meeting ID number and password you will need to access lessons and class meetings. This information will allow you to access ALL lessons throughout the week. Thank you for your support

Facebook

Can parents add the following groups on Facebook: 

Holy Family Catholic Primary School Parent Information Page AND

Nursery  HF.

 

The first page is a whole school Facebook page where staff will share announcements and links.

The second page is for Nursery children/parents where work can be shared and celebrated. Mrs Knight, Mrs Haries and myself can help the children with their work if needed and award Class Dojos for effort and work produced.

Home Learning

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Nursery children have been working so hard at home.

In light of the school closures please find above some home learning activities for you to complete with your child. I will upload a weekly timetable of suggested learning activities and structure of the day.  The afternoons are for you to create the bug garden/ critter homework and other craft activities with your child. We are currently setting up a class facebook page so we can communicate together as a class by uploading pictures of your children's work and supporting each other during this time. I will also be uploading  story time sessions and other lessons once set up.  If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact me at c.butler@holyfamilyschool.co.uk. 

  

Mrs Butler 

The Early Years Curriculum 

School Nurseries and Reception classes (and other Early Years providers) must follow a legal document called the Early Years Framework. This Framework helps prepare young children for the more formal learning of school life.   The curriculum has seven areas of learning split into prime and specific areas.

 

Children will develop skills in all seven areas of learning through purposeful play opportunities and carefully planned activities that reflect the child's individual needs and interests.

Please click on the link below for the latest parent guide on what to expect your child to be able to achieve for their age:

https://www.foundationyears.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/0778-What-to-Expect-When-2018.pdf

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