Learning at Home

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Learning at Home

While lots of our pupils are at home, they are enjoying taking part in live learning sessions with teachers and HLTAs. Some parents have shared photos with us to show us what they have been up to!

Other children are watching the sessions on our YouTube channel and joining in with the many stories, art activities, dances and practical life skills sessions on there - if you haven’t had a look already, you don’t know what you’re missing - check it out!

We don’t care if you’re working in your pyjamas, like in the photo below of one of our great children writing on his own whiteboard - as long as you are working, that’s brilliant!

A big thank you too to our fabulous parents who are supporting all of the learning at home, as well as juggling a million other things - we salute you!

Please send in photos of your learning at home for the blog - we’d love to share them with the Newfield Family!

We’ve enjoyed reading stories like Jack and the Beanstalk and Red Riding Hood at home and doing art activities to go with them. We are very please with our beanstalk!

Claire - Archie's mum
reding with mum
beanstalk art

Christopher doing the art lesson. He was proud of his work.

Angela and Garry
art
proud picture
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