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Welcome to Robin Class transition page.


It was lovely to meet most of you on Tuesday at the transition morning.  It's good to put faces to names! If you couldn't be there for any reason please pop up to school before the end of term to collect your transition pack and say a quick hello to the staff.


Here are some transition videos I have made to hopefully make the transition between preschool and school a little easier.


The Session 1 video includes a story about a Robin and ends with a craft to make - the resources are in your transition bag. (labelled 2 as I got the stickers the wrong way round! laugh)

Session 2 is another craft activity - resources in transition pack. (labelled 1!)


I would suggest you spread the 2 sessions out over a few days. It might be a bit much watching them all at once!


We look forward to seeing the pictures of you all holding the robins and nests  you make. Please email them to this address:   FAO Mrs Hirst, so we can use them for your coat peg label in September.


Mrs Chadwick-Cooper, who will teach the class on Friday's, has filmed an additional musical activity, Session 3, for you and your child to enjoy over the summer.


Have a lovely holiday and we will see you all in September at your 'play and stay session' before term begins.

Mrs Hirst

Mrs Chadwick-Cooper

Miss Stafford Evans

Miss Locke




Fly to school with the Robins - session 1

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Session 2 - craft.mp4

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Session 3 - Five Little Speckled Frogs

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Sing along with Mrs Chadwick-Cooper to one of her favourite counting songs! The words are:

Five little speckled frogs,
Sat on a speckled log,
Eating some most delicious bugs-
Yum yum!

One jumped into the pool,
Where it was nice and cool,
Now there are four speckled frogs!
Glob glob!

Please find ideas for making frogs or musical instruments in the documents linked below.