Browick Road Primary

Emergency Message

 

Wymondham’s local schools are working together to provide emergency childcare over the Easter holidays for the children of approved key workers who are involved in the front-line response to the Covid 19 crisis.

Places have been arranged for eligible Browick Road children at Robert Kett Primary School’s ‘Extra Time’ club. If, during the holiday, you need to contact the childcare service (ie shift changes for emergency workers or redeployment that means you now need urgent access) please call the Robert Kett Primary School office on 01953 603405 or email head@browickroad.norfolk.sch.uk.



 

 

 

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Last updated: 01-Apr-2020 12:50 PM

Reception - China

Welcome to China class. We are in Reception and our teacher is Mrs Barber. Mrs Fletcher,Mrs Waupotitsch  and Mrs Riccobena are our Teaching Assistants. We enjoy learning through play and using our outdoor classroom.



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    11
    Mar

    World Book Day

    We've been celebrating World Book Day!

    The children all dressed up - thank you to all the parents 🙂 and we enjoyed talking about and sharing our favourite stories. We had a special assembly to see all the other adults and children together. We also made bookmarks and drew pictures of our favourite characters.

             

       

     

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    06
    Mar

    RSE

    This week we have been joining in with our first lessons on 'My Feelings' from our new RSE resource. Before the lessons we worked hard together as a class to come up with our 'Working Agreements' which include keeping the conversation in the room and not using other children's names.

    We had lots of fun taking part in the activities which include naming, describing, acting out and thinking of ways to manage our feelings in Reception 


     

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    04
    Mar

    Relationships

    We've started some learning around relationships, which builds on everything we've learned about feelings this year. Today we looked at some different faces and gave each feeling a name - e.g. 'excited' 'pleased' 'upset' 'worried', etc. We sorted them into two groups - comfortable and uncomfortable - the children use these words in our PATHS lessons already. Using 'comfortable' and 'uncomfortable' help children learn that all feelings are ok.

    We had lots of fun showing the different feelings with our faces and bodies. After this we thought of different things we can do to turn around an uncomfortable feeling into a comfortable one. The children had some great ideas - 'If you feel sad you can ask your mummy for a kiss and a cuddle.' 'If you feel angry you can breathe.' 'If you're upset you can do turtle.' Someone very thoughtful even said that if they saw a friend who looked cross that they would 'Ask if they are ok, and if they needed any help.'
    We're looking forwards to the next lesson when we will be making and naming our own feelings faces to display in class.

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    12
    Feb

    Rollin', Rollin', Rollin'

    We've been making the most of the good weather in between the bad and getting outside as much as we can if it is safe to do so.
    The children have been making the most of the slopes in our outdoor classroom to expand their repertoire of movements: They began by rolling down the slope which was in itself very enjoyable. Mrs B looked at the movements they were using and modelled how to improve them: showing them how when they are rolling in a stretched position that extending their arms into a pencil roll will make them go further. (There is thankfully no video available for this!) They also began curling into a ball so we looked at tuck rolls too. Lots of children were inspired to join in and it was brilliant fun!

     

     

     

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    29
    Jan

    Spatial Awareness

    This week we have been developing our spatial awareness. We have designed and drawn mazes and made them with large objects and Duplo. We have also made obstacle courses for walking or using wheeled toys on. We have practised using words such as balance, jump, walk, climb, step. We have thought about positional words such as under, over, through, up, around and down. The children have practised challenging themselves to make things harder and shown great teamwork and problem-solving skills.

               

         

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