This page will give you some key information about our class and show you some of the amazing learning that takes place. You will also find useful information and links to help support your child at home.
This term our class will be travelling 'Around the World’. We will be stamping our passports across the globe as we sample French cuisine, celebrate Chinese New Year, and explore ancient ruins in Peru! We will be learning about different cultures around the world, practising new languages, and investigating why polar bears live in the cold! We will be reading Emma Jane's Aeroplane during our Talk4Writing sessions. In our Forest School, we will be developing our use of natural materials and exploring Winter!
Monday - School Uniform
Tuesday - Forest School Clothes
Wednesday - School Uniform
Thursday - PE Kit
Friday - School Uniform
Our class have time to explore the forest and engage in exciting adventures outside every Tuesday. We'll be outside rain or shine so please send your child to school wearing appropriate clothing. The forest can be muddy, so wellies, raincoats, and clothes you don't mind getting a little grubby are perfect! Children must wear long sleeves and long trousers for Forest School.
Our class will be starting our Phonics learning on Monday 12th September. Children will bring home a new book each Wednesday and Friday (days might change) which will either be picture books or practise the sounds we have been working on in school. Please support your child by reading the book with your child. Try to read for a few minutes every day or at least 3 times every week. All children also have books uploaded on Bug Club (Active Learn).
We have an extra member of our class - Lucy the Ladybird! She has been getting to know the children over the last few days and is always there for a cuddle! She loves listening to stories and has even enjoyed an afternoon tea in our home corner!
Lucy likes to go home with children on Friday evenings and to come back to school on Mondays! She sits and watches all week before choosing who she would like to go and visit. She loves to join in with whatever children normally do at the weekend - she is not picky. She has a special diary to record the fun times. She loves it if children and their special adults can help fill it up by writing a note about what they have done together, and by maybe adding some photos or drawings.