Miss Blackmore's Class

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Robin the Elf - posted 4th Dec

Today, Class Two came into the classroom only to discover a little door hidden under the table! The children were extremely excited and eager to know what or who may have come from this tiny doorway! One child said, "I have a little door like this in my garden where the fairies live,'" whilst others decided that this must be home to one of Santa's little elves! 

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Percy Park Keeper Welly Walk - posted 30th Nov

What’s that noise?” whispered Percy. The animals were frightened. “Don’t worry” said Percy and he started to chuckle.….“This is not a monster it is mole, you can come out now!”

This afternoon we came into the classroom and found Mole hiding underneath a wheelbarrow in the classroom. Having been worried about where he could possibly sleep, the children started talking about different homes they could usually find mole and other animals from the Percy Park Keeper story we had been reading (One Snowy Night).

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The Nativity Story - posted 22nd Nov

The Nativity 

Children in Reception have been working extremely hard recently to get ready for our Christmas Performance of A King is Born at the end of their first big term at Lawn Primary School. 

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Children in Need - posted 17th Nov

Children in Need

Children in Need 2017 was a campaign held in the United Kingdom to raise money for the charity Children in Need. Children in Need supports many disadvantaged children and young people across the UK. For example, your donations help provide hearing dogs for deaf children or allow entertainers such as musicians or magicians help turn frowns upside down. 

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Phonics Workshop - posted 7th Nov

Phonics Workshop

 Tuesday 7th November

The children in Reception were very excited this morning as their parents and carers were invited in to attend our ‘Phonics Workshop’.
The idea behind the workshop was to demonstrate to parents how phonics works at school and share with them some ideas for how to teach phonics at home.
The children joined their parents in the hall and engaged in a variety of hands-on phonics activities, games and writing opportunities; set out to help with the teaching of phonics in fun ways with their children.
Some favourites included the shaving foam letter writing, ‘Crossing the River’ by selecting real/ nonsense words on stepping stones and ‘Phonics Bingo’.
More than 3/4 of the children in Reception had a parent/ carer accompanying them, which was an amazing turn-out!
There was a lovely lively atmosphere in the room, and we think it was a very successful morning. 
We feel the parents that attended now have a clearer understanding of how best to support their children with the learning of phonics at home and in turn they left feeling more confident.


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