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At Cawston Grange Primary School, we believe that the Early Years Foundation Stage is crucial in securing solid foundations that children are going to continue to build upon through school and beyond. It is our intent that the children who enter our EYFS develop physically, verbally, cognitively and emotionally whilst embedding a positive and enthusiastic attitude to school and learning.
We believe that all children deserve to be valued as an individual and we are passionate in allowing all children to achieve their full, unique potential. With all of this in mind, we develop our EYFS curriculum throughout the year by taking each child's individual needs into consideration and celebrating diversity within our school community. We work in partnership with parents and carers to encourage independent, happy learners who thrive in school!
We aim for all Reception pupils to be:
Guidance for logging on to the Purple Mash Class Portal/Blog!
Step 1: Search on google for 'welearn365' and click on 'welearn365.com' link.
Step 2: Once on the page, it will ask you to choose your school, so select 'Cawston Grange Primary School' and click 'Go'.
Step 3: It will ask you to type in a username - this is on your 'Logins and Links' document we sent home, under 'Purple Mash login'. Enter login details and your password.
Step 4: It will take you through to a page called 'Your School' ('QuickLaunch home'). Select 'Purple Mash'.
Step 5: You will be on the homepage for Purple Mash. Click 'Sharing' icon along the top, then 'Shared Blogs'. Select your class's Distant Learning Blog.
Step 6: To add a post to the blog (if you have questions, pictures of learning, or activity ideas to share with the class), you need to click the green '+' sign at the top right of the screen. Remember to click 'save' when you have finished your post!
We will be posting a little message each day on our class Distant Learning Blogs, along with a few learning activities that you could complete with your child at home. Please feel free to use the resources we sent home in the packs for any learning you can think of, but also don't worry about scheduling every minute! It is out of routine for them and may take time for them to adjust to these changes. Enjoy spending more time together, and remember that pupils learn best through play!