Welcome to Cub’s Virtual Classroom!
Together we are achieving great things!
Thank you for your wonderful support both at school and home. You are truly amazing!
Hi Cubs and your lovely families.
We appreciate that this is a stressful time for everyone. We know that for many of you, it may be a juggling act around working from home, self isolating, and supporting your other children in their learning and only ask you to do what you can. We will do what we can to support you.
Share evidence of any learning you do at home via Tapestry or via this email...
Any general questions and queries should continue to be communicated via the school office.
Love Mrs Bee, Mrs Roys and Mrs Foy. xxx
On Monday 8th March 2021, we will welcome back all our wonderful Cubs!
You may be feeling anxious about the return but we will support you and your child in anyway that we can, as always. We look forward to seeing you all again. Below are some ideas for all Cubs returning to make it as smooth a transition as we possibly can. You know that we will keep you informed via Marvellous Me and Tapestry so that you don't worry. We're in this together!
Remote online learning or if you're self isolating...
Check out the links below to find learning activities.
If your child is off school you could aim to do something from each area to help them continue to progress.
Have a look through the activities, some link to each other, others can be done as one off activities. They will all support your child's learning within school if they have been required to take time off.
You may choose to do some of these activities together even if your child is not absent from school, we would still be eager to hear about them.
This term we are going to learn about growing and life cycles before moving on to learn about Easter. We've got so much to find out! We will begin our topic reading Jack and the Beanstalk and other stories about growing like, Jasper's
Beanstalk and The Enormous Turnip. We are also excited to study the art work of Andy Goldsworthy throughout the term, who creates art from nature.
Thursday 4th March will be World Book Day
and at St John's we will be looking at the same book on that day
Here We Are by Oliver Jeffers
I had never read this book before but think it is wonderful!
Don't forget to look in the Virtual Classroom section for BBC Bitesize...
Your children can now access regular daily lessons from BBC Bitesize in English, maths and other core subjects, on the BBC Bitesize website and also in special programmes broadcast on BBC iPlayer and BBC Red Button. It is for Reception (FS2) children but here are a few links that Cubs will enjoy!