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Class Teacher: Miss Nall

Early Years practitioners: Miss Shaw, Mrs Hancox, Miss Fairclough, Mrs Budworth and Mr Dickinson

Online learning during school closure 2020: Please remember to regularly check this page for updates.

1st June - D.T Project

This week we have a great D.T project based on eggs! I'd love to see what you make so keep sharing pictures on Tapestry or email them to the school office - schooloffice@townfield.wirral.sch.uk ! Click here for more information on how to get started.

18th May - History Project

This week our project is all about World War two and VE day. Please upload pictures to Tapestry or email them to the school office - schooloffice@townfield.wirral.sch.uk . Click here for a powerpoint of more information.

11th May - Art Project

Our project this week is all about combining nature and art. This is something Ray Bears know all about! We do this a lot in the forest so I hope your child is inspired to do something similar at home too. See the powerpoint for more details. I'd love to see what you create! Keep sharing on Tapestry. Click here for more information.

more pics


4th May- Whole school geography project

Our project this week asks children, where they would like to visit?  For our younger children this might be a familiar place, close to home or somewhere they have previously visited on a holiday or day out.  Perhaps someone is your family has visited somewhere exciting and can share their experiences over the phone or via video call.  This is a great activity to help develop speaking and listening and developing vocabulary.  

As always we would love to here what you have been doing you can post on Tapestry or email the school office (schooloffice@townfield.wirral.sch.uk).

Click here for more information.



27th April - Stop motion animation: Computing project

If you have a go at any of the activities on this powerpoint, I'd love to see them on Tapestry! The flipbooks look fun.

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20th April - Whole school bird project

Each week we will be setting a whole school project.  This week it is all about birds.

We would love to see the work your children complete and would like to display this on the class pages on our school website. Please send photos, drawings writing to school office email - schooloffice@townfield.wirral.sch.uk . Please clearly mark the subject box with your child's year group and teacher's name. If you send photographs of your chil we will presume that you are happy for them to feature on the school website. If you do not want their face to appear please make this clear. Click here for more information.

Bird project pics

Some more ideas:

  • Read with your child every night. This really helps to promote their love of books.
  • Use phonics sounds when playing games like ‘I Spy’ when out and about.
  • Count everything! Encourage your child’s interest in numbers in their environment.
  • Talk about your day. Encourage them to recall what has happened in their day.
  • Encourage your child to get dressed and undressed by themselves. 

Activity ideas:

  • Recognising and writing own name
  • Singing nursery rhymes and songs
  • Role play and den building
  • Shape hunt
  • Baking
  • Mini beast hunt
  • Sewing
  • Weather watch
  • Making playdough
  • Drawing and painting

Wash those germs away!

Don't forget to keep washing your hands! 


Below is a brilliant document full of great ideas to keep your children busy! I have also included a document explaining more about junk modelling. Let me know what you've been up to on Tapestry!

Click here and here for more information.


Literacy ideas

Here are some lovely literacy activities from the Literacy Trust which you may like to try at home! https://literacytrust.org.uk/family-zone/birth-4/ 

Dough Disco

The Ray Bears love dough disco! Here is an easy play dough recipe that you could make at home. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oAIAm6BF0fs

Here are some of our dough disco songs! I'm sure your child will show you how to do it! 




'What To Expect, When?' - EYFS Parental Guide

The purpose of this booklet is to help you as a parent or carer find out more about how your child is learning and developing during their first five years, in relation to the EYFS. Children develop more rapidly during the first five years of their lives than at any other time. This booklet has been written to help you know what to expect during these vitally important years by focusing on the seven areas of learning and development which are covered in the EYFS.

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