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Welcome to Chestnut Class!

 

 

 

Welcome back to the summer term. Home learning continues for some of you so look at the guide below and other activities in the Daily Home Learning folder.  Have a good week and enjoy yourselves. I will try to call everyone to speak to the children at some stage. ... and please keep the lovely photos and videos coming in - they are an inspiration to us all! smiley

 

chestnutclass@riversideprimaryschool.org.uk

 

Best wishes,

 

 Mr Tillyer

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Congratulations to this week's Golden Certificate Winner, Lucas!

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A special message from Mrs Borland!

 

"Dear Chestnut Class,

Sending you all the biggest hugs in the world. Like you all my family are all staying inside together. I'm baking lots of cakes and playing with my cat Marshall. It is a strange time but I think of you all. Read a book, draw a picture and pull a silly face! 

Lots of love Mrs B ️️xx"

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To You, from All of Us. Keep working hard at home, we love seeing photos of the work you have been doing. Miss you all and hope to see you soon.

Welcome to our Chestnuts class page!

 

We have had a lovely start to the year and the children have settled back in to their new routines and learning. Please visit our page regularly to find useful information and to see what we have been up to!

 

Reading  - will be handed out next week when we have assessed their levels. Books will be changed each MondayWednesday and Friday. They will have a yellow reading diary, which needs to be signed to show that an adult has listened to them read so that their book can be changed.

 

Spellings -will  be sent home in a green book on a Monday for them to practise at home , ready for a test the following Friday.

 

 PE- Our PE days are Mondays and Thursdays. Please ensure that the children have their PE kit in school every day as we try to keep the timetable flexible so that we can make the most of the weather and other opportunities to teach PE. The children need to practise getting themselves dressed, as they need to be able to do it independently.

 

Mr Tillyer

 

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