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Mrs Frost introduction.

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Hello to all the new starter families! 

 

I am very excited to be your new teacher at Lady Seaward's VA C of E Primary School in September.  I would like to say a big welcome to you all and introduce myself.  My name is Haidee Frost and I have been the Reception/ Year 1 teacher here since 2017.  I first started teaching in 2002 and have always taught nursery to year 2.  I am a mummy to two wonderful boys and a wife to my amazing husband.  I love to sing and play the piano and my passion is art and painting.  I love craft and I enjoy cross stitch, crochet, using my sewing machine to make quilts and listening to music.  I love to sign (British Sign Language) and my favourite place is the beach.  I am sorry that this year's transition to school will be different due to Covid-19 but I would like you to know that I am available through e-mail to answer any questions you might have.  Welcome to you all and below are some stories I have been reading to the school during the home schooling period that I thought your child might enjoy too.  

Many thanks,

 

Mrs Frost

'The Tiger Who Came to Tea' by Judith Kerr.

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This is a wonderful story that I read this week for the children at Lady Seaward's. It was a beautiful day but it was very windy so please turn the volume up slightly when listening. Thank you and enjoy!

'The Very Hungry Caterpillar' by Eric Carle.

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One of my favourites - please enjoy!

'Lost and Found' by Oliver Jeffers.

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This story is not only one of my favourites but my own children love it too! I hope you enjoy this story too everyone.

'Chocolate Moose For Greddy Goose' by Julia Donaldson and Nick Sharratt.

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The children that are currently in Alps class love rhyming books and so I read this wonderful story. I hope you all like it too!

Alps Class webpage

 

I really enjoy sharing the work we do in Alps class each week with parents/ carers through this website.  If you would like to see many of the fun and exciting activities that the children do in my class please visit the Alps Class page (under the subtitle of 'children' and then 'class pages') and by sharing these photos with your child you can help them to see some of their future peers, myself and our setting.  Enjoy these great photos!

A video of your new classroom.

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I have made a quick video of your child's new classroom. I hope it allows them to become more familiar with the setting.
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