Class F2C

Spring Term -TOYS

Welcome Back! 

We will be starting this half term with an exciting investigation day with a ‘What makes the best Toy?’ theme. The children will be participating it lots of exciting investigations and hands on construction tasks. We will also be looking at instructions for building and playing games and sorting toys. We will be writing our own instructions for a playground game and lots more!

Additionally, we will also be celebrating science week, where the children will enjoy lots of messy experiments and learn about bugs and mini-beasts. We’ll go on bug hunts in the schools ‘Wild Area’, where we will search for these mini-beasts, hiding in darkened nooks and crevices. Can we count their legs & wings? Can we classify, draw and make them?

We will be taking part in lots of exciting activities such as; baking, sewing, creative activities, retelling stories in our outdoor woodland area and taking part in many creative activities all planned around children's interests. We will also be inviting you to a parent’s assembly where the children will share the children’s current learning and achievements.  

Our home school links continue to be extremely strong! All of our parents are working with their child on their set targets and providing us with information regarding their child's achievements’ through their 'home work' books and home learning Celebration Displays.

We continue to encourage you to support your children with our whole school ‘In it To Win It’ challenge. If, they complete at least 5 reads per week and it is recorded in their reading records by an adult, one piece of homework and they have their PE Kit in school for our PE sessions, they will earn a raffle ticket each week they accomplish this. The raffle tickets of drawn termly and children can win a prize up to the value of £100. So please keep reading and supporting your child at home.  

 

 

Mrs S Cronin

                         & Mrs Mjadzelics

 

We have an open door policy, if you wish to speak to us about anything then please do not hesitate to contact us. Please feel free to leave a comment for us at the bottom our page, where it will be gratefully received, thank you.

Any support, access to books, the internet and trips out will greatly enhance your child’s learning experience and engagement in the topics.  All seven areas of learning will be covered using this term's themes and following the children’s interests.

 

 Please take the time to open the links below to follow our Curriculum and English and Maths PDFs to support your child at home with.

         EYFS CURRICULUM EXPLAINED.docx                Toys Curriculum Map-Spring 2019.pdf

                                                            info booklet F2 2017-18.pub        

                                       http://www.numberjacks.co.uk/kids/numberjacks.html

                

tricky word flash cards.pdf             snakes and ladders.pdf                shape dominoes.pdf                     outdoor maths.pdf                      number cards.pdf

           MiniJollyPhonicsFlashcards.pdf              letter trace book.pdf                   large dice template.pdf                  game counters.pdf                                  

                                          100 high frequency words.pdf                           games for supporting your child at home with mathematics.pdf

Foundation Stage transition-policy.pdf

 

 

Our Weekly Achievers

Friday 18th January 2019

Well Done!

 

Our Weekly Achievers

Friday 11th January 2019

Well Done!

 

Christmas 2018

Panto, Christingle, Party, Santa & 'Snowball' fight

 

 

A Merry Christmas Everyone!

&

A Happy & Prosperous 2019

 

Our Weekly Achievers

Friday 14th December 2018

Well Done!

 

Our Weekly Achievers

Friday 7th December 2018

Well Done!

 

Our Weekly Achievers

Friday 30th November 2018

Well Done!

 

Our Weekly Achievers

Friday 23rd November 2018

Well Done!

 

Our Weekly Achievers

Friday 16th November 2018

Well Done!

 

 

 

Our Weekly Achievers

Friday 9th November 2018

Well Done!

 

Challenge Friday

9th November 2018 

Our SuperTed 'Mystery Box' challenged the children to make 100 poppies

to Commemorate Armistice Day 100 years on.

1918 - 2018

They also made 'Poppy Biscuits' 

to enjoy for their efforts.

 

 

Our Christmas Production

'Shine Star, Shine'

Below are our songs we are practising for the Christmas Production,

hope you have fun learning your child the words.

 

Song 1 'The Big Star'

Song 2 'A Baby is Going to be Born'

Song 3 'Too Dark'

Song 4 'Hey Star'

Song 5 'Shine Star, Shine

Song 6 'Far Below'

Song 7 'Hallelujah' 

 

Our Weekly Achievers

Friday 26th October

Well Done!

 

Our Halloween Ball

All the children had fun dancing, playing games and eating Pizza

We had some amazing costumes!

 

We all had fun at our Parents Halloween craft afternoon, our parents enjoyed

themselves helping the children make:

Handprint bats, Spider hats, Mummies and much much more! 

 

Our Weekly Achievers

Friday 19th October

Well Done!

 

Our Weekly Achievers

Friday 12th October

Well Done!

 

Yorkshire Ambulance came to visit

The children had the chance to explore the Ambulance 

dress as a nurse or doctor, check on the patient on the stretcher

check temperatures, heart rates and give injections

 Our Weekly Achievers

Friday 5th October

Well Done!

 

Our Weekly Achievers

Friday 28th September

Well Done!

 

 

Our Weekly Achievers

Friday 21st September

Well Done!

 

Our Weekly Achievers

Friday 14th September

Well Done!

 

Friday 7th September 2018

Our Weekly Achievers

Awarded to the whole class for settling in well to a new routine.

For helping each other in work and play and having a super three days. 

 

Our 1st Day in Reception

What a fantastic first day we had, all the Children settled in very well to their new routines.

We started the day learning the letter 'S'

  • can we say the sound?
  • can you write the correct letter formation?

Fruit and milk before we headed outside for continuing Provision. The children chose what they wanted to do.

  • Driving the car
  • Riding the bikes
  • Sailing in the boat
  • Making mud pies in the kitchen
  • Playing house in the Home Corner
  • Using the chalks
  • Water Play and many things more

We practiced our Number formation of 3 & 5

We drew a family portrait of the people who are important to us and taken them home to show our families.

We all finished the day with a story

 

 

Transition Days

July 2018

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Comments (5)
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Gemma (Charlotte's mummy)(about a year ago)

Teachers are very pleasant, make you feel welcome and supportive. Charlotte has settled into this class lovely. She really has progressed amazing. Over the moon with how quickly she is learning things. Constantly seeing the results each day. Thank you so much!!

Charlie Taylor's Grandad(a couple of years ago)

Charlie enjoyed the library visit and has asked if he can go again. I really enjoyed the visit as well and as always it's a pleasure to take part in Charlie's school activities keep up the great work thank you

Kerri-ann (Paiges mummy)(a couple of years ago)

The circus looked amazing. I heard all about it from Paige, she really enjoyed it. Keep on having fun and working hard you fabulous little people.

Kerri -ann (Paige's mummy)(a couple of years ago)

Great pics!! looks like you all had a brilliant time at Sundown, wish I could have gone! The craft morning/afternoons were fantastic, really enjoyed getting involved. A huge well done to all pupils and teachers on everything you have done so far, like the bike ride and christmas productions. Excited to see what you have for us in 2016.

Charlie Taylors Grandad(a couple of years ago)

Looks like you all enjoyed the trip. Keep up the great work, our Charlie has really come on since he's been in your class, really appreciate everything your all doing for him