Daily work – 15/7/20

Jul 15, 2020COVID-19

New Nursery

Wednesday 15th July
🌈 Good morning everybody 🌈 – Miss Tuart (SENDCo and Inclusion Manager) and Mrs Cox (Family Support Worker) here ❤️. Well what an exciting week you’ve had so far getting to meet your new teachers and teaching assistants, and today…it is our turn to tell you a little bit about ourselves.

Last week, you said goodbye to your class teacher; this week you have been saying hello to your new teacher and teaching assistants, and on Friday we break up for our Summer holidays ☀️ therefore it is only natural that you may be experiencing mixed emotions and feelings.

Today, we have a video that we would love you to watch and some activities we would like you to complete – https://youtu.be/o1xGPqX6g6w

Task 1: On the video, Miss Tuart explains the ‘Moving Class’ rainbow and cloud activity. We would love you to draw or write something that you are excited about in the rainbow and something you are perhaps a little worried about in the cloud. It would be great if you could bring these to school in September to share with your teacher.

Task 2: Mrs Cox’s favourite mindfulness activity is a rainbow walk when she is perhaps a little worried or anxious about something. Why not head outside and simply start walking and looking for something that matches each colour of the rainbow (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple) just like Mrs Cox did on the video. You may see the raspberry pink reflection of a flower in a puddle or a bold cobalt blue streak of the sky. You may begin to wonder how you’ve missed all of these lovely things for so long and why your mind has been so preoccupied with thoughts that you haven’t paid attention to all the beauty around you! We would love you to take some photographs of yourselves on your rainbow walk and pop them in the comment box on Facebook or bring them to school in September.

Additional tasks (if you wish)…

Calm jar – simply pop some warm water, glitter glue (don’t worry if you don’t have any – you can use anything you like to make it look nice) in a glass (or even better, plastic) jar/bottle and shake up it up to watch the glitter. It is incredibly soothing and relaxing to watch; you could even do some deep breathing as you watch.

The Colour Monster sequel – listen to the story of ‘The Colour Monster’ (read by Miss Tuart on the video) and continue the story. What adventures might the Colour Monster have next? You might wish to write and/or draw – it’s entirely up to you!

Remember, if you have any worries, concerns, queries etc that you would like us to answer, please ask your grown up to phone school to speak to Mrs Cox today or send an email to our school office account/Facebook Messenger and we will get back to you 😊

We hope you have a lovely Summer and can’t wait to see you in September – love Miss Tuart and Mrs Cox ❤️🌈

RC – Miss Cavanagh’s New Class

Wednesday 15th July
🌈 Good morning everybody 🌈 – Miss Tuart (SENDCo and Inclusion Manager) and Mrs Cox (Family Support Worker) here ❤️. Well what an exciting week you’ve had so far getting to meet your new teachers and teaching assistants, and today…it is our turn to tell you a little bit about ourselves.

Last week, you said goodbye to your class teacher; this week you have been saying hello to your new teacher and teaching assistants, and on Friday we break up for our Summer holidays ☀️ therefore it is only natural that you may be experiencing mixed emotions and feelings.

Today, we have a video that we would love you to watch and some activities we would like you to complete – https://youtu.be/o1xGPqX6g6w

Task 1: On the video, Miss Tuart explains the ‘Moving Class’ rainbow and cloud activity. We would love you to draw or write something that you are excited about in the rainbow and something you are perhaps a little worried about in the cloud. It would be great if you could bring these to school in September to share with your teacher.

Task 2: Mrs Cox’s favourite mindfulness activity is a rainbow walk when she is perhaps a little worried or anxious about something. Why not head outside and simply start walking and looking for something that matches each colour of the rainbow (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple) just like Mrs Cox did on the video. You may see the raspberry pink reflection of a flower in a puddle or a bold cobalt blue streak of the sky. You may begin to wonder how you’ve missed all of these lovely things for so long and why your mind has been so preoccupied with thoughts that you haven’t paid attention to all the beauty around you! We would love you to take some photographs of yourselves on your rainbow walk and pop them in the comment box on Facebook or bring them to school in September.

Additional tasks (if you wish)…

Calm jar – simply pop some warm water, glitter glue (don’t worry if you don’t have any – you can use anything you like to make it look nice) in a glass (or even better, plastic) jar/bottle and shake up it up to watch the glitter. It is incredibly soothing and relaxing to watch; you could even do some deep breathing as you watch.

The Colour Monster sequel – listen to the story of ‘The Colour Monster’ (read by Miss Tuart on the video) and continue the story. What adventures might the Colour Monster have next? You might wish to write and/or draw – it’s entirely up to you!

Remember, if you have any worries, concerns, queries etc that you would like us to answer, please ask your grown up to phone school to speak to Mrs Cox today or send an email to our school office account/Facebook Messenger and we will get back to you 😊

We hope you have a lovely Summer and can’t wait to see you in September – love Miss Tuart and Mrs Cox ❤️🌈

RB – Miss Burn’s New Class

Wednesday 15th July
🌈 Good morning everybody 🌈 – Miss Tuart (SENDCo and Inclusion Manager) and Mrs Cox (Family Support Worker) here ❤️. Well what an exciting week you’ve had so far getting to meet your new teachers and teaching assistants, and today…it is our turn to tell you a little bit about ourselves.

Last week, you said goodbye to your class teacher; this week you have been saying hello to your new teacher and teaching assistants, and on Friday we break up for our Summer holidays ☀️ therefore it is only natural that you may be experiencing mixed emotions and feelings.

Today, we have a video that we would love you to watch and some activities we would like you to complete – https://youtu.be/o1xGPqX6g6w

Task 1: On the video, Miss Tuart explains the ‘Moving Class’ rainbow and cloud activity. We would love you to draw or write something that you are excited about in the rainbow and something you are perhaps a little worried about in the cloud. It would be great if you could bring these to school in September to share with your teacher.

Task 2: Mrs Cox’s favourite mindfulness activity is a rainbow walk when she is perhaps a little worried or anxious about something. Why not head outside and simply start walking and looking for something that matches each colour of the rainbow (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple) just like Mrs Cox did on the video. You may see the raspberry pink reflection of a flower in a puddle or a bold cobalt blue streak of the sky. You may begin to wonder how you’ve missed all of these lovely things for so long and why your mind has been so preoccupied with thoughts that you haven’t paid attention to all the beauty around you! We would love you to take some photographs of yourselves on your rainbow walk and pop them in the comment box on Facebook or bring them to school in September.

Additional tasks (if you wish)…

Calm jar – simply pop some warm water, glitter glue (don’t worry if you don’t have any – you can use anything you like to make it look nice) in a glass (or even better, plastic) jar/bottle and shake up it up to watch the glitter. It is incredibly soothing and relaxing to watch; you could even do some deep breathing as you watch.

The Colour Monster sequel – listen to the story of ‘The Colour Monster’ (read by Miss Tuart on the video) and continue the story. What adventures might the Colour Monster have next? You might wish to write and/or draw – it’s entirely up to you!

Remember, if you have any worries, concerns, queries etc that you would like us to answer, please ask your grown up to phone school to speak to Mrs Cox today or send an email to our school office account/Facebook Messenger and we will get back to you 😊

We hope you have a lovely Summer and can’t wait to see you in September – love Miss Tuart and Mrs Cox ❤️🌈

1B – Miss Bunce’s New Class

Wednesday 15th July
🌈 Good morning everybody 🌈 – Miss Tuart (SENDCo and Inclusion Manager) and Mrs Cox (Family Support Worker) here ❤️. Well what an exciting week you’ve had so far getting to meet your new teachers and teaching assistants, and today…it is our turn to tell you a little bit about ourselves.

Last week, you said goodbye to your class teacher; this week you have been saying hello to your new teacher and teaching assistants, and on Friday we break up for our Summer holidays ☀️ therefore it is only natural that you may be experiencing mixed emotions and feelings.

Today, we have a video that we would love you to watch and some activities we would like you to complete – https://youtu.be/o1xGPqX6g6w

Task 1: On the video, Miss Tuart explains the ‘Moving Class’ rainbow and cloud activity. We would love you to draw or write something that you are excited about in the rainbow and something you are perhaps a little worried about in the cloud. It would be great if you could bring these to school in September to share with your teacher.

Task 2: Mrs Cox’s favourite mindfulness activity is a rainbow walk when she is perhaps a little worried or anxious about something. Why not head outside and simply start walking and looking for something that matches each colour of the rainbow (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple) just like Mrs Cox did on the video. You may see the raspberry pink reflection of a flower in a puddle or a bold cobalt blue streak of the sky. You may begin to wonder how you’ve missed all of these lovely things for so long and why your mind has been so preoccupied with thoughts that you haven’t paid attention to all the beauty around you! We would love you to take some photographs of yourselves on your rainbow walk and pop them in the comment box on Facebook or bring them to school in September.

Additional tasks (if you wish)…

Calm jar – simply pop some warm water, glitter glue (don’t worry if you don’t have any – you can use anything you like to make it look nice) in a glass (or even better, plastic) jar/bottle and shake up it up to watch the glitter. It is incredibly soothing and relaxing to watch; you could even do some deep breathing as you watch.

The Colour Monster sequel – listen to the story of ‘The Colour Monster’ (read by Miss Tuart on the video) and continue the story. What adventures might the Colour Monster have next? You might wish to write and/or draw – it’s entirely up to you!

Remember, if you have any worries, concerns, queries etc that you would like us to answer, please ask your grown up to phone school to speak to Mrs Cox today or send an email to our school office account/Facebook Messenger and we will get back to you 😊

We hope you have a lovely Summer and can’t wait to see you in September – love Miss Tuart and Mrs Cox ❤️🌈

1T – Miss Thompson’s New Class

Wednesday 15th July
🌈 Good morning everybody 🌈 – Miss Tuart (SENDCo and Inclusion Manager) and Mrs Cox (Family Support Worker) here ❤️. Well what an exciting week you’ve had so far getting to meet your new teachers and teaching assistants, and today…it is our turn to tell you a little bit about ourselves.

Last week, you said goodbye to your class teacher; this week you have been saying hello to your new teacher and teaching assistants, and on Friday we break up for our Summer holidays ☀️ therefore it is only natural that you may be experiencing mixed emotions and feelings.

Today, we have a video that we would love you to watch and some activities we would like you to complete – https://youtu.be/o1xGPqX6g6w

Task 1: On the video, Miss Tuart explains the ‘Moving Class’ rainbow and cloud activity. We would love you to draw or write something that you are excited about in the rainbow and something you are perhaps a little worried about in the cloud. It would be great if you could bring these to school in September to share with your teacher.

Task 2: Mrs Cox’s favourite mindfulness activity is a rainbow walk when she is perhaps a little worried or anxious about something. Why not head outside and simply start walking and looking for something that matches each colour of the rainbow (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple) just like Mrs Cox did on the video. You may see the raspberry pink reflection of a flower in a puddle or a bold cobalt blue streak of the sky. You may begin to wonder how you’ve missed all of these lovely things for so long and why your mind has been so preoccupied with thoughts that you haven’t paid attention to all the beauty around you! We would love you to take some photographs of yourselves on your rainbow walk and pop them in the comment box on Facebook or bring them to school in September.

Additional tasks (if you wish)…

Calm jar – simply pop some warm water, glitter glue (don’t worry if you don’t have any – you can use anything you like to make it look nice) in a glass (or even better, plastic) jar/bottle and shake up it up to watch the glitter. It is incredibly soothing and relaxing to watch; you could even do some deep breathing as you watch.

The Colour Monster sequel – listen to the story of ‘The Colour Monster’ (read by Miss Tuart on the video) and continue the story. What adventures might the Colour Monster have next? You might wish to write and/or draw – it’s entirely up to you!

Remember, if you have any worries, concerns, queries etc that you would like us to answer, please ask your grown up to phone school to speak to Mrs Cox today or send an email to our school office account/Facebook Messenger and we will get back to you 😊

We hope you have a lovely Summer and can’t wait to see you in September – love Miss Tuart and Mrs Cox ❤️🌈

2B – Mrs Bainbridge’s New Class

Wednesday 15th July
🌈 Good morning everybody 🌈 – Miss Tuart (SENDCo and Inclusion Manager) and Mrs Cox (Family Support Worker) here ❤️. Well what an exciting week you’ve had so far getting to meet your new teachers and teaching assistants, and today…it is our turn to tell you a little bit about ourselves.

Last week, you said goodbye to your class teacher; this week you have been saying hello to your new teacher and teaching assistants, and on Friday we break up for our Summer holidays ☀️ therefore it is only natural that you may be experiencing mixed emotions and feelings.

Today, we have a video that we would love you to watch and some activities we would like you to complete – https://youtu.be/o1xGPqX6g6w

Task 1: On the video, Miss Tuart explains the ‘Moving Class’ rainbow and cloud activity. We would love you to draw or write something that you are excited about in the rainbow and something you are perhaps a little worried about in the cloud. It would be great if you could bring these to school in September to share with your teacher.

Task 2: Mrs Cox’s favourite mindfulness activity is a rainbow walk when she is perhaps a little worried or anxious about something. Why not head outside and simply start walking and looking for something that matches each colour of the rainbow (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple) just like Mrs Cox did on the video. You may see the raspberry pink reflection of a flower in a puddle or a bold cobalt blue streak of the sky. You may begin to wonder how you’ve missed all of these lovely things for so long and why your mind has been so preoccupied with thoughts that you haven’t paid attention to all the beauty around you! We would love you to take some photographs of yourselves on your rainbow walk and pop them in the comment box on Facebook or bring them to school in September.

Additional tasks (if you wish)…

Calm jar – simply pop some warm water, glitter glue (don’t worry if you don’t have any – you can use anything you like to make it look nice) in a glass (or even better, plastic) jar/bottle and shake up it up to watch the glitter. It is incredibly soothing and relaxing to watch; you could even do some deep breathing as you watch.

The Colour Monster sequel – listen to the story of ‘The Colour Monster’ (read by Miss Tuart on the video) and continue the story. What adventures might the Colour Monster have next? You might wish to write and/or draw – it’s entirely up to you!

Remember, if you have any worries, concerns, queries etc that you would like us to answer, please ask your grown up to phone school to speak to Mrs Cox today or send an email to our school office account/Facebook Messenger and we will get back to you 😊

We hope you have a lovely Summer and can’t wait to see you in September – love Miss Tuart and Mrs Cox ❤️🌈

2J – Miss Jobey’s New Class

Wednesday 15th July
🌈 Good morning everybody 🌈 – Miss Tuart (SENDCo and Inclusion Manager) and Mrs Cox (Family Support Worker) here ❤️. Well what an exciting week you’ve had so far getting to meet your new teachers and teaching assistants, and today…it is our turn to tell you a little bit about ourselves.

Last week, you said goodbye to your class teacher; this week you have been saying hello to your new teacher and teaching assistants, and on Friday we break up for our Summer holidays ☀️ therefore it is only natural that you may be experiencing mixed emotions and feelings.

Today, we have a video that we would love you to watch and some activities we would like you to complete – https://youtu.be/o1xGPqX6g6w

Task 1: On the video, Miss Tuart explains the ‘Moving Class’ rainbow and cloud activity. We would love you to draw or write something that you are excited about in the rainbow and something you are perhaps a little worried about in the cloud. It would be great if you could bring these to school in September to share with your teacher.

Task 2: Mrs Cox’s favourite mindfulness activity is a rainbow walk when she is perhaps a little worried or anxious about something. Why not head outside and simply start walking and looking for something that matches each colour of the rainbow (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple) just like Mrs Cox did on the video. You may see the raspberry pink reflection of a flower in a puddle or a bold cobalt blue streak of the sky. You may begin to wonder how you’ve missed all of these lovely things for so long and why your mind has been so preoccupied with thoughts that you haven’t paid attention to all the beauty around you! We would love you to take some photographs of yourselves on your rainbow walk and pop them in the comment box on Facebook or bring them to school in September.

Additional tasks (if you wish)…

Calm jar – simply pop some warm water, glitter glue (don’t worry if you don’t have any – you can use anything you like to make it look nice) in a glass (or even better, plastic) jar/bottle and shake up it up to watch the glitter. It is incredibly soothing and relaxing to watch; you could even do some deep breathing as you watch.

The Colour Monster sequel – listen to the story of ‘The Colour Monster’ (read by Miss Tuart on the video) and continue the story. What adventures might the Colour Monster have next? You might wish to write and/or draw – it’s entirely up to you!

Remember, if you have any worries, concerns, queries etc that you would like us to answer, please ask your grown up to phone school to speak to Mrs Cox today or send an email to our school office account/Facebook Messenger and we will get back to you 😊

We hope you have a lovely Summer and can’t wait to see you in September – love Miss Tuart and Mrs Cox ❤️🌈

3C – Mrs Cowan’s New Class

Wednesday 15th July
🌈 Good morning everybody 🌈 – Miss Tuart (SENDCo and Inclusion Manager) and Mrs Cox (Family Support Worker) here ❤️. Well what an exciting week you’ve had so far getting to meet your new teachers and teaching assistants, and today…it is our turn to tell you a little bit about ourselves.

Last week, you said goodbye to your class teacher; this week you have been saying hello to your new teacher and teaching assistants, and on Friday we break up for our Summer holidays ☀️ therefore it is only natural that you may be experiencing mixed emotions and feelings.

Today, we have a video that we would love you to watch and some activities we would like you to complete – https://youtu.be/o1xGPqX6g6w

Task 1: On the video, Miss Tuart explains the ‘Moving Class’ rainbow and cloud activity. We would love you to draw or write something that you are excited about in the rainbow and something you are perhaps a little worried about in the cloud. It would be great if you could bring these to school in September to share with your teacher.

Task 2: Mrs Cox’s favourite mindfulness activity is a rainbow walk when she is perhaps a little worried or anxious about something. Why not head outside and simply start walking and looking for something that matches each colour of the rainbow (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple) just like Mrs Cox did on the video. You may see the raspberry pink reflection of a flower in a puddle or a bold cobalt blue streak of the sky. You may begin to wonder how you’ve missed all of these lovely things for so long and why your mind has been so preoccupied with thoughts that you haven’t paid attention to all the beauty around you! We would love you to take some photographs of yourselves on your rainbow walk and pop them in the comment box on Facebook or bring them to school in September.

Additional tasks (if you wish)…

Calm jar – simply pop some warm water, glitter glue (don’t worry if you don’t have any – you can use anything you like to make it look nice) in a glass (or even better, plastic) jar/bottle and shake up it up to watch the glitter. It is incredibly soothing and relaxing to watch; you could even do some deep breathing as you watch.

The Colour Monster sequel – listen to the story of ‘The Colour Monster’ (read by Miss Tuart on the video) and continue the story. What adventures might the Colour Monster have next? You might wish to write and/or draw – it’s entirely up to you!

Remember, if you have any worries, concerns, queries etc that you would like us to answer, please ask your grown up to phone school to speak to Mrs Cox today or send an email to our school office account/Facebook Messenger and we will get back to you 😊

We hope you have a lovely Summer and can’t wait to see you in September – love Miss Tuart and Mrs Cox ❤️🌈

3M – Mrs McLean’s New Class

Wednesday 15th July
🌈 Good morning everybody 🌈 – Miss Tuart (SENDCo and Inclusion Manager) and Mrs Cox (Family Support Worker) here ❤️. Well what an exciting week you’ve had so far getting to meet your new teachers and teaching assistants, and today…it is our turn to tell you a little bit about ourselves.

Last week, you said goodbye to your class teacher; this week you have been saying hello to your new teacher and teaching assistants, and on Friday we break up for our Summer holidays ☀️ therefore it is only natural that you may be experiencing mixed emotions and feelings.

Today, we have a video that we would love you to watch and some activities we would like you to complete – https://youtu.be/o1xGPqX6g6w

Task 1: On the video, Miss Tuart explains the ‘Moving Class’ rainbow and cloud activity. We would love you to draw or write something that you are excited about in the rainbow and something you are perhaps a little worried about in the cloud. It would be great if you could bring these to school in September to share with your teacher.

Task 2: Mrs Cox’s favourite mindfulness activity is a rainbow walk when she is perhaps a little worried or anxious about something. Why not head outside and simply start walking and looking for something that matches each colour of the rainbow (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple) just like Mrs Cox did on the video. You may see the raspberry pink reflection of a flower in a puddle or a bold cobalt blue streak of the sky. You may begin to wonder how you’ve missed all of these lovely things for so long and why your mind has been so preoccupied with thoughts that you haven’t paid attention to all the beauty around you! We would love you to take some photographs of yourselves on your rainbow walk and pop them in the comment box on Facebook or bring them to school in September.

Additional tasks (if you wish)…

Calm jar – simply pop some warm water, glitter glue (don’t worry if you don’t have any – you can use anything you like to make it look nice) in a glass (or even better, plastic) jar/bottle and shake up it up to watch the glitter. It is incredibly soothing and relaxing to watch; you could even do some deep breathing as you watch.

The Colour Monster sequel – listen to the story of ‘The Colour Monster’ (read by Miss Tuart on the video) and continue the story. What adventures might the Colour Monster have next? You might wish to write and/or draw – it’s entirely up to you!

Remember, if you have any worries, concerns, queries etc that you would like us to answer, please ask your grown up to phone school to speak to Mrs Cox today or send an email to our school office account/Facebook Messenger and we will get back to you 😊

We hope you have a lovely Summer and can’t wait to see you in September – love Miss Tuart and Mrs Cox ❤️🌈

4C – Miss Conway’s New Class

Wednesday 15th July
🌈 Good morning everybody 🌈 – Miss Tuart (SENDCo and Inclusion Manager) and Mrs Cox (Family Support Worker) here ❤️. Well what an exciting week you’ve had so far getting to meet your new teachers and teaching assistants, and today…it is our turn to tell you a little bit about ourselves.

Last week, you said goodbye to your class teacher; this week you have been saying hello to your new teacher and teaching assistants, and on Friday we break up for our Summer holidays ☀️ therefore it is only natural that you may be experiencing mixed emotions and feelings.

Today, we have a video that we would love you to watch and some activities we would like you to complete – https://youtu.be/o1xGPqX6g6w

Task 1: On the video, Miss Tuart explains the ‘Moving Class’ rainbow and cloud activity. We would love you to draw or write something that you are excited about in the rainbow and something you are perhaps a little worried about in the cloud. It would be great if you could bring these to school in September to share with your teacher.

Task 2: Mrs Cox’s favourite mindfulness activity is a rainbow walk when she is perhaps a little worried or anxious about something. Why not head outside and simply start walking and looking for something that matches each colour of the rainbow (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple) just like Mrs Cox did on the video. You may see the raspberry pink reflection of a flower in a puddle or a bold cobalt blue streak of the sky. You may begin to wonder how you’ve missed all of these lovely things for so long and why your mind has been so preoccupied with thoughts that you haven’t paid attention to all the beauty around you! We would love you to take some photographs of yourselves on your rainbow walk and pop them in the comment box on Facebook or bring them to school in September.

Additional tasks (if you wish)…

Calm jar – simply pop some warm water, glitter glue (don’t worry if you don’t have any – you can use anything you like to make it look nice) in a glass (or even better, plastic) jar/bottle and shake up it up to watch the glitter. It is incredibly soothing and relaxing to watch; you could even do some deep breathing as you watch.

The Colour Monster sequel – listen to the story of ‘The Colour Monster’ (read by Miss Tuart on the video) and continue the story. What adventures might the Colour Monster have next? You might wish to write and/or draw – it’s entirely up to you!

Remember, if you have any worries, concerns, queries etc that you would like us to answer, please ask your grown up to phone school to speak to Mrs Cox today or send an email to our school office account/Facebook Messenger and we will get back to you 😊

We hope you have a lovely Summer and can’t wait to see you in September – love Miss Tuart and Mrs Cox ❤️🌈

4W – Miss Whaley’s New Class

Wednesday 15th July
🌈 Good morning everybody 🌈 – Miss Tuart (SENDCo and Inclusion Manager) and Mrs Cox (Family Support Worker) here ❤️. Well what an exciting week you’ve had so far getting to meet your new teachers and teaching assistants, and today…it is our turn to tell you a little bit about ourselves.

Last week, you said goodbye to your class teacher; this week you have been saying hello to your new teacher and teaching assistants, and on Friday we break up for our Summer holidays ☀️ therefore it is only natural that you may be experiencing mixed emotions and feelings.

Today, we have a video that we would love you to watch and some activities we would like you to complete – https://youtu.be/o1xGPqX6g6w

Task 1: On the video, Miss Tuart explains the ‘Moving Class’ rainbow and cloud activity. We would love you to draw or write something that you are excited about in the rainbow and something you are perhaps a little worried about in the cloud. It would be great if you could bring these to school in September to share with your teacher.

Task 2: Mrs Cox’s favourite mindfulness activity is a rainbow walk when she is perhaps a little worried or anxious about something. Why not head outside and simply start walking and looking for something that matches each colour of the rainbow (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple) just like Mrs Cox did on the video. You may see the raspberry pink reflection of a flower in a puddle or a bold cobalt blue streak of the sky. You may begin to wonder how you’ve missed all of these lovely things for so long and why your mind has been so preoccupied with thoughts that you haven’t paid attention to all the beauty around you! We would love you to take some photographs of yourselves on your rainbow walk and pop them in the comment box on Facebook or bring them to school in September.

Additional tasks (if you wish)…

Calm jar – simply pop some warm water, glitter glue (don’t worry if you don’t have any – you can use anything you like to make it look nice) in a glass (or even better, plastic) jar/bottle and shake up it up to watch the glitter. It is incredibly soothing and relaxing to watch; you could even do some deep breathing as you watch.

The Colour Monster sequel – listen to the story of ‘The Colour Monster’ (read by Miss Tuart on the video) and continue the story. What adventures might the Colour Monster have next? You might wish to write and/or draw – it’s entirely up to you!

Remember, if you have any worries, concerns, queries etc that you would like us to answer, please ask your grown up to phone school to speak to Mrs Cox today or send an email to our school office account/Facebook Messenger and we will get back to you 😊

We hope you have a lovely Summer and can’t wait to see you in September – love Miss Tuart and Mrs Cox ❤️🌈

5B – Mrs Berry’s New Class

Wednesday 15th July
🌈 Good morning everybody 🌈 – Miss Tuart (SENDCo and Inclusion Manager) and Mrs Cox (Family Support Worker) here ❤️. Well what an exciting week you’ve had so far getting to meet your new teachers and teaching assistants, and today…it is our turn to tell you a little bit about ourselves.

Last week, you said goodbye to your class teacher; this week you have been saying hello to your new teacher and teaching assistants, and on Friday we break up for our Summer holidays ☀️ therefore it is only natural that you may be experiencing mixed emotions and feelings.

Today, we have a video that we would love you to watch and some activities we would like you to complete – https://youtu.be/o1xGPqX6g6w

Task 1: On the video, Miss Tuart explains the ‘Moving Class’ rainbow and cloud activity. We would love you to draw or write something that you are excited about in the rainbow and something you are perhaps a little worried about in the cloud. It would be great if you could bring these to school in September to share with your teacher.

Task 2: Mrs Cox’s favourite mindfulness activity is a rainbow walk when she is perhaps a little worried or anxious about something. Why not head outside and simply start walking and looking for something that matches each colour of the rainbow (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple) just like Mrs Cox did on the video. You may see the raspberry pink reflection of a flower in a puddle or a bold cobalt blue streak of the sky. You may begin to wonder how you’ve missed all of these lovely things for so long and why your mind has been so preoccupied with thoughts that you haven’t paid attention to all the beauty around you! We would love you to take some photographs of yourselves on your rainbow walk and pop them in the comment box on Facebook or bring them to school in September.

Additional tasks (if you wish)…

Calm jar – simply pop some warm water, glitter glue (don’t worry if you don’t have any – you can use anything you like to make it look nice) in a glass (or even better, plastic) jar/bottle and shake up it up to watch the glitter. It is incredibly soothing and relaxing to watch; you could even do some deep breathing as you watch.

The Colour Monster sequel – listen to the story of ‘The Colour Monster’ (read by Miss Tuart on the video) and continue the story. What adventures might the Colour Monster have next? You might wish to write and/or draw – it’s entirely up to you!

Remember, if you have any worries, concerns, queries etc that you would like us to answer, please ask your grown up to phone school to speak to Mrs Cox today or send an email to our school office account/Facebook Messenger and we will get back to you 😊

We hope you have a lovely Summer and can’t wait to see you in September – love Miss Tuart and Mrs Cox ❤️🌈

5O – Miss Ornsby’s New Class

Wednesday 15th July
🌈 Good morning everybody 🌈 – Miss Tuart (SENDCo and Inclusion Manager) and Mrs Cox (Family Support Worker) here ❤️. Well what an exciting week you’ve had so far getting to meet your new teachers and teaching assistants, and today…it is our turn to tell you a little bit about ourselves.

Last week, you said goodbye to your class teacher; this week you have been saying hello to your new teacher and teaching assistants, and on Friday we break up for our Summer holidays ☀️ therefore it is only natural that you may be experiencing mixed emotions and feelings.

Today, we have a video that we would love you to watch and some activities we would like you to complete – https://youtu.be/o1xGPqX6g6w

Task 1: On the video, Miss Tuart explains the ‘Moving Class’ rainbow and cloud activity. We would love you to draw or write something that you are excited about in the rainbow and something you are perhaps a little worried about in the cloud. It would be great if you could bring these to school in September to share with your teacher.

Task 2: Mrs Cox’s favourite mindfulness activity is a rainbow walk when she is perhaps a little worried or anxious about something. Why not head outside and simply start walking and looking for something that matches each colour of the rainbow (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple) just like Mrs Cox did on the video. You may see the raspberry pink reflection of a flower in a puddle or a bold cobalt blue streak of the sky. You may begin to wonder how you’ve missed all of these lovely things for so long and why your mind has been so preoccupied with thoughts that you haven’t paid attention to all the beauty around you! We would love you to take some photographs of yourselves on your rainbow walk and pop them in the comment box on Facebook or bring them to school in September.

Additional tasks (if you wish)…

Calm jar – simply pop some warm water, glitter glue (don’t worry if you don’t have any – you can use anything you like to make it look nice) in a glass (or even better, plastic) jar/bottle and shake up it up to watch the glitter. It is incredibly soothing and relaxing to watch; you could even do some deep breathing as you watch.

The Colour Monster sequel – listen to the story of ‘The Colour Monster’ (read by Miss Tuart on the video) and continue the story. What adventures might the Colour Monster have next? You might wish to write and/or draw – it’s entirely up to you!

Remember, if you have any worries, concerns, queries etc that you would like us to answer, please ask your grown up to phone school to speak to Mrs Cox today or send an email to our school office account/Facebook Messenger and we will get back to you 😊

We hope you have a lovely Summer and can’t wait to see you in September – love Miss Tuart and Mrs Cox ❤️🌈

6P – Miss Parkin’s New Class

Wednesday 15th July
🌈 Good morning everybody 🌈 – Miss Tuart (SENDCo and Inclusion Manager) and Mrs Cox (Family Support Worker) here ❤️. Well what an exciting week you’ve had so far getting to meet your new teachers and teaching assistants, and today…it is our turn to tell you a little bit about ourselves.

Last week, you said goodbye to your class teacher; this week you have been saying hello to your new teacher and teaching assistants, and on Friday we break up for our Summer holidays ☀️ therefore it is only natural that you may be experiencing mixed emotions and feelings.

Today, we have a video that we would love you to watch and some activities we would like you to complete – https://youtu.be/o1xGPqX6g6w

Task 1: On the video, Miss Tuart explains the ‘Moving Class’ rainbow and cloud activity. We would love you to draw or write something that you are excited about in the rainbow and something you are perhaps a little worried about in the cloud. It would be great if you could bring these to school in September to share with your teacher.

Task 2: Mrs Cox’s favourite mindfulness activity is a rainbow walk when she is perhaps a little worried or anxious about something. Why not head outside and simply start walking and looking for something that matches each colour of the rainbow (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple) just like Mrs Cox did on the video. You may see the raspberry pink reflection of a flower in a puddle or a bold cobalt blue streak of the sky. You may begin to wonder how you’ve missed all of these lovely things for so long and why your mind has been so preoccupied with thoughts that you haven’t paid attention to all the beauty around you! We would love you to take some photographs of yourselves on your rainbow walk and pop them in the comment box on Facebook or bring them to school in September.

Additional tasks (if you wish)…

Calm jar – simply pop some warm water, glitter glue (don’t worry if you don’t have any – you can use anything you like to make it look nice) in a glass (or even better, plastic) jar/bottle and shake up it up to watch the glitter. It is incredibly soothing and relaxing to watch; you could even do some deep breathing as you watch.

The Colour Monster sequel – listen to the story of ‘The Colour Monster’ (read by Miss Tuart on the video) and continue the story. What adventures might the Colour Monster have next? You might wish to write and/or draw – it’s entirely up to you!

Remember, if you have any worries, concerns, queries etc that you would like us to answer, please ask your grown up to phone school to speak to Mrs Cox today or send an email to our school office account/Facebook Messenger and we will get back to you 😊

We hope you have a lovely Summer and can’t wait to see you in September – love Miss Tuart and Mrs Cox ❤️🌈

6R – Miss Reay’s New Class

Wednesday 15th July
🌈 Good morning everybody 🌈 – Miss Tuart (SENDCo and Inclusion Manager) and Mrs Cox (Family Support Worker) here ❤️. Well what an exciting week you’ve had so far getting to meet your new teachers and teaching assistants, and today…it is our turn to tell you a little bit about ourselves.

Last week, you said goodbye to your class teacher; this week you have been saying hello to your new teacher and teaching assistants, and on Friday we break up for our Summer holidays ☀️ therefore it is only natural that you may be experiencing mixed emotions and feelings.

Today, we have a video that we would love you to watch and some activities we would like you to complete – https://youtu.be/o1xGPqX6g6w

Task 1: On the video, Miss Tuart explains the ‘Moving Class’ rainbow and cloud activity. We would love you to draw or write something that you are excited about in the rainbow and something you are perhaps a little worried about in the cloud. It would be great if you could bring these to school in September to share with your teacher.

Task 2: Mrs Cox’s favourite mindfulness activity is a rainbow walk when she is perhaps a little worried or anxious about something. Why not head outside and simply start walking and looking for something that matches each colour of the rainbow (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple) just like Mrs Cox did on the video. You may see the raspberry pink reflection of a flower in a puddle or a bold cobalt blue streak of the sky. You may begin to wonder how you’ve missed all of these lovely things for so long and why your mind has been so preoccupied with thoughts that you haven’t paid attention to all the beauty around you! We would love you to take some photographs of yourselves on your rainbow walk and pop them in the comment box on Facebook or bring them to school in September.

Additional tasks (if you wish)…

Calm jar – simply pop some warm water, glitter glue (don’t worry if you don’t have any – you can use anything you like to make it look nice) in a glass (or even better, plastic) jar/bottle and shake up it up to watch the glitter. It is incredibly soothing and relaxing to watch; you could even do some deep breathing as you watch.

The Colour Monster sequel – listen to the story of ‘The Colour Monster’ (read by Miss Tuart on the video) and continue the story. What adventures might the Colour Monster have next? You might wish to write and/or draw – it’s entirely up to you!

Remember, if you have any worries, concerns, queries etc that you would like us to answer, please ask your grown up to phone school to speak to Mrs Cox today or send an email to our school office account/Facebook Messenger and we will get back to you 😊

We hope you have a lovely Summer and can’t wait to see you in September – love Miss Tuart and Mrs Cox ❤️🌈