Bournville will begin the phased reopening of Preschool, Reception, Year 1 & Year 6 from Monday 15th June.

Opening times for these year groups are as follows:

Pre school AM: 9am-11am

Pre school PM: 12.30pm-2.30pm

Reception: 9am-2pm

Year 1: 8.40am-1.45pm

Year 6: 8.20am-1.30pm

Provision for key worker and vulnerable groups will continue as throughout lockdown.

Breakfast and after school provision will only be available for key worker children.

These sessions need to be booked in advance.

Home learning will still be available for pupils in year 2,3,4 and 5 who are not attending school.

A reopening information video and pack has produced please follow this link

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Early years use the Tapestry online learning diary to communicate and evidence pupils learning.  During the lock down period we have been adding regular learning updates and ideas to Tapestry.  

 

Please go to https://tapestryjournal.com/ to access your child's page.  

If you have lost or forgotten your login please contact one of the teachers who will help your log in.  

 

 

Mrs Cherry reads "The Go-Away Bird"

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Julia Donaldson is a popular author. This is a new story written by her all about the importance of being kind and helping each other.

Mrs Matthews reads the story "Vegetable Glue"

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We love this story!

Mrs Moore reads "The Colour Monster"

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We love this story!
Its a great book to begin to talk to your child about how they are feeling and that they may feel more than one emotion at one time!
Which colour monster are you feeling like today?

Making Playdough

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A great activity you can do with your child at home is to make some playdough.
Playdough has endless possibilities for children to use their imagination, to strengthen their fine motor skills and to develop their vocabulary as you play alongside your child. Talk to them about what they are doing e.g. "You are stretching the dough", "Can you poke the dough?", "You are rolling a long/short snake".
Why not give this a go over the summer!

Here are some great scavenger hunts to try with your child at home over the summer!

Here is a saltdough recipe and some ideas about what to create! Give it a go!

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