Whitley And Eggborough Community Primary School

Acorn Class

Teacher:  Miss S Moughan

email:  moughan@whitley.n-yorks.sch.uk

Google classroom code: otwwmdi


Google Classroom


Every child in the school has been given a home login for google classroom (it will be their own personal school email).

Their password is generic --> Password1          (captial P)

Useful links

 Getting onto google classroom - parent_student guide.pdfDownload
 Useful links for home learning (1).pdfDownload
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What we are working on this week!

Reading support/ useful questions when reading at home:

 Guided Reading Strategy Prompt Question Mat.pdfDownload
 Guided Reading Strategy Question Mat - Chunky Monkey.pdfDownload
 Guided Reading Strategy Question Mat - Don't Forget.pdfDownload
 Guided Reading Strategy Question Mat - Excited Evie.pdfDownload
 Guided Reading Strategy Question Mat - Flippy Dolphin.pdfDownload
 Guided Reading Strategy Question Mat - Hop, Skip, Jump.pdfDownload
 Guided Reading Strategy Question Mat - Mouse the Mouth.pdfDownload
 Guided Reading Strategy Question Mat - Sharp Eyes.pdfDownload
 Guided Reading Strategy Question Mat - Slide the Snake.pdfDownload
 Guided Reading Strategy Question Mat - Sound Talk It.pdfDownload
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Half Term Information Sheet


 Autumn 1 letter.pdfDownload
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Special Mention

 - Bodhi - Every day this week you have done some amazing writing and even managed to independently write your name and explain your pictures to us. Keep it up Bodhi, it is amazing!

 - Noah - for your beautiful creations with the connectors this week and showing us your lovely dance moves whilst using the instruments!

CHAS awarded for Caring, Helping and Sharing.

  - Darcie for being super helpful around the classroom and a great role model when tidying up. For also sharing your wonderful nursery rhymes with the class - keep it up!

 - Aaron for being so kind and caring towards other children in Acorn and Pine class. You have also been willing to share different things with other children, to make them happy, even though you were engrossed in playing with them. Well done!