Chestnut: Year 1 and Year 2

Chestnut: Year 1 and Year 2

Welcome to Chestnut Class - Years 1 and Year 2. Chestnut Class teacher is Mrs Phillips.

Welcome to Term 3

Due to the current lockdown, children in Chestnut class are accessing remote learning. Here is a letter detailing exactly what to expect this term for your child.

Chestnut Term 3 Class Teacher Letter

Home learning w/b 01.03.21

Monday, March 1st

Tuesday, March 2nd

Wednesday, March 3rd

Thursday, March 4th

Friday, March 5th



Supporting your child with reading

It can be really tricky knowing how to support your child with reading, so we’ve made a video to give you some ideas on how you can help. It is also good to read the same book with your child at least 3 or 4 times, this enables them to develop fluency when reading a book that has become more familiar.

Chestnut Class 1:1 reading video

Celebrating Remote Learning in Term 3

A look back at terms 1 and 2

We have been making lots of use of our outdoor area and are looking forward to working with the children on developing this in the coming months.

Children in Chestnut Class enjoy creative, cross-curricular learning with lots of opportunities for practical hands-on activities both inside and outside the classroom. When we are able to, we love going on trips that encourage us to explore and find out more about the amazing world we live in.





















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