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St Gregory's Catholic Primary School

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Welcome to Stone Bay

 

 

Here you will find updates of all the wonderful learning in Stone Bay.

 

Miss Rougvie

 

Visit from Wildwood

 

We had lots of fun learning about nocturnal animals when Suzanne from Wildwood came to visit us!

Picture 1

We played a range of games which focused on using the senses that nocturnal animals have to rely on. 

Can you guess which animals we were?

Picture 1 Did you know owls fly silently?
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Picture 3 Listening out for the echo...
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Picture 6 Using our sense of smell...
Picture 7 Creating our own nocturnal animal!

KS1 Transformation Project

The programme has been run in our Early Years and other settings across the UK. During the project the schools involved discovered:

  • the importance of the environment and why being outdoors offers powerful and unique learning experiences that are different to those inside
  • the importance of play as a critical aspect of effective learning
  • examples of high-quality provision and illustrated how resources can be organised to support independent experiences
  • how the role of the adult in terms of skills, attitudes and knowledge enable children to progress in their learning
  • how practitioners can effectively evaluate practice and identify the impact on young children's learning and development

 

As a result of its success St Gregory's aims to bring this approach to its KS1 classes and we will aim to implement these Principles of Best Practice:

  • Children are supported by adults who are knowledgeable and enthusiastic about learning and play both inside and outside
  • Space is carefully planned. Areas of provision are placed to complement each other.
  • The environment is attractive, accessible and stimulating.
  • Areas of provision are well resourced and well organised.
  • The environment is appropriately resourced and well organised to support independence.
  • Systems are in place to ensure the environment is well maintained and resources are regularly replenished.
  • Children have access to a broad range of play-based learning experiences to support their learning and development.
  • Routines support children's need to access continuous provision for extended periods of time.
  • Adults interact with children to support their play, thinking and learning.
  • Children's learning and development is documented and used to inform planning.
  • Adults are reflective, evaluative and proactive in development and improvement.
  • Effective risk management processes enable children to access rich learning experiences.

 

Please see Jude Twani's (from Early Excellence) power point below for more information.

KS1 Transformation Project

Home Learning

 

Mathletics

 

Mathletics will be set every Monday. The children will have until 9am the following Monday to complete this.

 

Spellings

 

Spellings will also be set on a Friday. These can be found on our class page. The children will be tested on these the following Friday morning.

 

We are pleased to announce that you can now download our school app - more details under the 'News & Events' page. If it is raining in the mornings, please take Y1 - Y6 children along the side entrance to the hall.
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