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Welcome to Class R - Ladybirds.

 Last message - have a great holiday, enjoy every moment and if you want to do some activities here are a few ideas! 
 Thank you Ladybirdssmiley!  Thank you all so much for the wonderful chance to be your teacher - I hope you have had as much fun as I have over our short time together. I am overwhelmed by your thoughtful cards, cakes, fairy, jam, pen, bracelet, soap, chocolates -drinking tea from the mug and planning where to plant the wild flower seeds - not to mention what special plant to put in the fabulous pot! I'll always remember the super class you were in very strange times. Thank you, have a lovely summer, Mrs Dixon.

Welcome to Class R

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smiley Hello Lovely Ladybirds! I am really looking forward to seeing you on Monday for our final 'Good-bye' and to wish you all a very happy and relaxing holiday. It's been a wonderful time with you in Class R,  and I am sorry it was cut short but having looked at the splendid Home Learning Books I know you are ready to fly off on a new learning adventure in Class 1! Happy Adventures to all, Mrs Dixon

50 Things To Do Before You're 11 3/4 

For this final week of term, as well as your daily English and Maths tasks, we’d like to challenge you to make a start on the National Trust’s list of 50 Things To Do Before You’re 11 ¾. A handy pdf of the poster is attached below, and you can find more details about each of the activities on the National Trust website here:

 Hello Ladybirds - just a quick message to all of you  from the Ladybird team to say that we are thinking of you and hope you are having fun in the sunshinesmiley Please look at the home learning block -  it has an important task for you to do for your move up to Class 1 Butterflies!



Hello Class R,


I hope that you are all getting on okay at home – staying safe and keeping busy.

I’d like to offer you some extra choice with your Home Learning activities. From Monday 15th June, I will be posting a weeks’ worth of Maths and English Lessons on a weekly basis. These can be used by those of you that have returned to school in either Hub A or B (on the week when you are not at school) – and by those of you who are remaining at home.


Have a look at the new lesson resources. You are welcome to use these new lessons exclusively or, if you prefer - and are happy with – the Oak National Academy Lessons, then please ignore these new resources and continue to access the Oaks lessons in the usual way:

Or you could use a mixture of the two resources if you prefer. Whatever works best for you.


To access the new lesson resources, simply click on the star for the correct week, once opened, you will see clearly labelled lessons and instructions in PDF form. As always, don’t worry if you can’t do everything and try to do work as independently as you can but sometimes you may need adult support and that’s fine too. Have fun!


Mrs Dixon

Home Learning: please look at the following document for support with home learning - I hope you find it useful!


The following staff members work with your children in Class R:

Mrs F Dixon - Class R Teacher
Mrs L Osborne - Learning Support Assistant

Dates for your Diaries:

Friday 20th March                                    Mothers' Day Tea at 2pm (or Grandma, Auntie, family friend!)

Friday 19th June                                       Fathers' Day Tea at 2pm (or Grandad, Uncle, family friend!)

Ladybirds have settled in so well to their first term at Sheldwich Primary School. They have made so many friends and are enjoying exploring the classroom and outside area whilst getting used to school routines. Well done Ladybirds!

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 Ways to support your child's learning at home; 

  • read daily
  • learn the Friday words
  • encourage drawing/colouring skills