Good afternoon RF,
I hope you are all keeping safe and enjoying spending so much time with your families. The teachers in reception have been chatting every day to try and think of exciting and fun challenges for you, we hope you have been enjoying them! It has been lovely to see some of your responses on Twitter and WeDuc. I am so proud of how well you are all coping.
Please remember to check the WeDuc app and our twitter feed: @StOswaldsPriLiv for daily updates and lots of suggested activities to keep you busy.
In addition to this, Oxford Reading Tree has a vast library of free e-books for your children to read at home on phone, laptop or tablet. All you have to do is create an account to access these. https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/books/free-ebooks/
Keep in touch through Twitter, WeDuc and we have the email: email@example.com if you have any questions or just want to update your teacher with what you have been up to!
I miss you all very very much and cannot wait for us all to be together again. Take care and stay safe. Miss Ford
Just a quick message to check that you are all okay. I hope you and your families are keeping happy at home and staying safe. It would be lovely if you could share some of the fun things you have been doing at home for us all to see! If you haven’t already, please remember to check our school website, WEDUC and Twitter for the daily challenges our Reception teachers are posting to keep you busy! I really look forward to hearing from you all; remember to check out our school website keep up to date and I hope to see you all very soon. Stay safe, Mr Cummings
Hi RJ! I really hope you’re all happy and healthy and trying to make the best of this strange situation! Hopefully you’ve been having a go at some of the activities the reception teachers have been putting on Weduc and having fun with your families. Remember to be extra good for your grown ups at home and keep working on your reading, writing and numbers! I’m sure you’ll have loads of stories of all the ways you’ve kept busy to tell me when we get back! I bet you can guess how I’m keeping myself and my family (and the neighbours!) entertained. Try your best to learn new life skills while at home like tying a shoelace or making a sandwich and remember to keep your bedrooms tidy! Needless to say I’m missing you all and can’t wait to see your smiling faces back in school before too long. Take care and stay safe. Mr Crowther