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Primary school

Foundation Stage

Our second Spring Topic is:

People who help us.

We will look at People at Home and School, Dentists, Doctors, Police, Fire Brigade and Vets.

Home Learning Ideas!

 

Which job would you like to have?  Draw a picture.
Pretend to be a teacher and teach someone a song.
Who could you call to help rescue the cat?
Make a junk modelling fire engine!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                     Our first Spring topic is Dinosaurs!
Our topic started with the children finding a large egg in the dinosaur den.  They talked about what they thought was in it and how they needed to keep it warm.
Listening for any sounds from inside!
Writing down ideas about the egg
Keeping the egg warm so it could hatch.
Giving the egg a drink!
Home learning ideas!
Which dinosaur would you have as a pet?
Draw and label your own dinosaur.
Could you tell a dinosaur how to brush its teeth?
Make your own junk modelling dinosaur.

 

 

 

 

 

 

                              Our Christmas Nativity!

Thank you to parents for helping out with costumes - the children were amazing!

 

 

 

 

 

                           Children in Need Day 2019!

Foundation made spotty Pudsey bear biscuits and enjoyed some colouring activities.

 

 

Our First topic is Traditional Tales.

 

 

How many of these characters can you name? 

 

Which is your favourite?

 

You could try making your own poster with your favourite characters.

 

Do you know any other Traditional stories?

 

This week our story is Jack and the Beanstalk.

 

We have been talking about and tasting different types of beans. Our favourites were baked beans, chilli beans and bean sprouts and we liked raw green beans better than cooked!

Look at our lovely topic linked art work for this half term!

 Other Activities:
Telling the story of 'The Gingerbread Man'
Making porridge for 'The Three Bears'
"yummy"
Ingredients and different sized bowls and spoons
Try these different ideas at home:

Listen to the story!

Other Useful Websites
Maths
Phonics
Practise your phonics skills

Speaking and Listening

                                                                                                                         National Breakfast Scheme

 

Each day after registration, the children will have the choice to partake in breakfast sitting in small table groups; a variety of cereals Mon-Thur and bagels on a Friday. Research has shown a direct link between the breakfast habits of children and their educational attainment, with children in primary schools where breakfast is provided achieving on average up to two months’ additional academic progress over the course of a year. Our exciting National School Breakfast Programme, in partnership with Magic Breakfast and funded by the Department for Education, is working to support our schools to improve access to healthy breakfasts and learning.

Routines and systems:

Our Day

* We start the day in our Key Worker groups, welcoming the children, sharing their news and introducing activities for the day.

*This is followed by ‘Busy time’ where the children explore the activities and initiate their own learning through play both indoors and outdoors.

*In the middle of the morning we have a speaking and listening or phonics session followed by snack in our key worker groups.

*Children then return to busy time and end the morning with stories or songs for F1 children and Literacy or Numeracy for F2 children.

*This routine is repeated in the afternoon, focussing on different curriculum areas during carpet times.

Throughout the day children also work at targeted activities and in small groups with staff to develop their skills in the different areas of the curriculum.

 

The staff in the Unit this year are Mrs Owens and Miss Cartledge who will work mainly with F1 and Mrs Wregg and Mrs Wright who will work will F2.  In the afternoons we will also have extra support from additional adults.

 

Welcome to the Foundation

 Unit

New School Year

2019 - 2020!

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