We enjoy learning both in and outside the classroom.
Tuesday 5th January 2021
Please use Parentmail to access remote learning for Bramley class.
This video runs through how to set up your account as a parent or relative on Tapestry.
This video runs through how as a parent or relative on Tapestry you can add your own observations of your children.
Our theme for the first half of the Spring term is
'Will you read me a story?'
During the half term we will be developing our learning around traditional tales, homes and castles, magic and fantasy, stories and sound.
Our theme for the second half of the Autumn term is
'Why do squirrels hide their nuts?'
During the half term we will learn about Autumn, woodland animals, hibernation and migration.
Our theme for the first half term of the year is 'Do you want to be friends?'
We will be learning about friendship, co-operation, ourselves, people who help us and similarities and differences.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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