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Madame Jamon

I am an Early years educator working in London. I have 7 years experience in Nursery, Reception and Year 1. Currently working part-time in Reception.

I am an Early years educator working in London. I have 7 years experience in Nursery, Reception and Year 1. Currently working part-time in Reception.
New Year, new decade assembly
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New Year, new decade assembly

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This is a powerpoint presentation and assembly to recap some of the most significant events in history throughout the decades (from 1950-2020) with a brief description, images and videos to accompany the slides. This should last approximately 20-30 minutes and ends with a nice activity where-by the children reflect on what has been, and what is yet to come.
World Religion Day assembly
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World Religion Day assembly

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This assembly looks at 5 of the most popular religions in the world and shows BBC learning video clips to broaden the children’s knowledge and understanding of Christianity, Judaism, Sikhism, Islam and Hinduism. It provokes quetions about what the children already know and introduces them to traditions and stories that they may have not been familiar with. Aimed at ages 4-7 and duration approx. 20-30 minutes.
Places of worship assembly
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Places of worship assembly

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This assembly looks at 5 of the biggest religions in the world and specifically looks at their places of worship. In the powerpoint presentation, we begin by watching a video with a brief overview of the buildings, then we look closer at a Christian Church, Muslim Mosque, Jewish Synagogue, Hindu Temple and Sikh Temple. Each image takes you to an informative video approx 2-3 mins long. Whole assembly should take approx. 20-30 mins long.
Wanted Poster- blank
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Wanted Poster- blank

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This document is a blank wanted poster for you to edit. You can place an image in the picture space or add a title beneath the wanted text.
Gingerbread Story Map
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Gingerbread Story Map

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This is a Gingerbread Story Map involving story recall and fine motor skills. The children use their phonics to read the characters, then cut out the correct one and stick onto the template. The final image is left blank for the children to either draw the ending or make up their own. My class absolutely loved doing this and every child ordered them successfully!
Festivals and Celebrations display
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Festivals and Celebrations display

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These are to accompany a ‘Festivals and Celebrations’ display in which you plot the significant events of the year (including religious events and special days) and you can add children’s work and photos of events around these titles. Each one has an image and a brief description of the event.
6 week Art club for KS1
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6 week Art club for KS1

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This is a collection of powerpoints and resources to lead an extra-curricular art club. Each week there is a basic art and illustration principal introduced, which then tranfers to a booklet in which the children execute the tasks. The activities are meant to be challenging and fun and extend the children beyond art in the classroom.
Early Foundation Stage Progress Record  16 – 60 months
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Early Foundation Stage Progress Record 16 – 60 months

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This is based on ‘Development Matters’ document, specifically focusing on teaching and learning in Nursery- Each teaching term has been highlighted to give an outline of approximately what should be taught in which term throughout the Nursery year. It is an editable document.
Chinese New Year Assembly
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Chinese New Year Assembly

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This is a Chinese New Year assembly that watches an animated video clip (5mins) explaining the celebrations, then asks a few questions relating to the clip to provoke discussion and see what the children have learned. Finally, there is a video clip of a Lion Dance.
Remembrance Day assembly
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Remembrance Day assembly

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This assembly is aimed at Early Years and KS1. It explores the reasons behind why we commemorate Remembrance Day in a very sensitive way, and looks at the history and reasons behind why we wear poppy’s in particular. Running time approx. 20 -30 mins