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Welcome to our class page! We will keep this continually updated with information, videos, links and documents for you to support your child's learning at home. 

 

As always, please email any questions to secretary@binfieldschool.com and we will try and answer these as soon as possible. 

Year Group Welcome Letter

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Name writing practise books! 25.11.2020

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22.10.2020 - Half term! We will be sending all belongings home today to allow the classroom to have a deep clean over half term. There is no homework as children really deserve a break, but I'm sure children would love to keep practicing their reading and writing if you get an opportunity!

 

Your children have all made an amazing start to school life and we are very proud of them. Have a great break and see you soon! From Mr Johnson, Mrs Evans, Mrs Bowles, Mrs Gogarty and the rest of our school community! 

22.10.20 - Rainy weather procedures! When it is wet and rainy, we will still be using the BOLE and our outdoor areas. Children have their waterproof BOLE kits and wellies for BOLE time, so are dressed appropriately for the weather during BOLE time. During free flow, children choose where they want to play. If they want to play outside when it is raining or the turf is wet, children are required to put their wellies and coat on. No activities will involve sitting or kneeling on the floor, and children are reminded not to do so or they will get wet trousers. 
Please note that snack needs to be a piece of fruit or a vegetable. Children should not be bringing crisps or yoghurts in (one of our Early learning goals is to discuss healthy choices so this fits in well!) 

A tip to help while practicing correct pencil grip

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22.09.2020 - Reading books and Reading records need to be in childrens bookbags at school every day. This enables us to hear the children read as much as possible and track how often they are reading at home. Our school policy is children should read at home for ten minutes every day. Books will be collected on a Thursday to allow the statutory 72 hour quarantine so that they can be sent to a new home every Monday. 

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