Our Class - R
The Early years Curriculum develops children's skills in 7 areas of learning:-
The prime areas of :--
* Communication and language
*Personal, social and emotional development
The specific areas of :-
*Expressive art and design
*Understanding of the World
We aim for all children to be engaged within the learning environment through providing a mixture of child and adult-led opportunities and activities. We follow ‘Development Matters’ as a guide to where the children should be for their age but do not stop there. Our curriculum is delivered through half termly topics with a different weekly focus, designed and planned around getting the best from our children.
We place emphasis on ‘The characteristics of Effective Learning’ to nurture children’s curiosity, problem solving skills and perseverance so children have the foundation to move onto achieving their potential.
The Early Years Team are :-
Mrs Kate Twelves- Teacher
Mrs Mandy Richardson- Teaching assistant (Monday - Wednesday)
Mrs Suzanne Pyne- Teaching assistant ( Thursday - Friday)
Mrs Heather Head- 1:1 Teaching assistant (Monday- Wednesday)
Mrs Marion Barnes- 1:1 Teaching assistant (Thursday- Friday)
Class R stars this week (12/10/18) are :-
Star writer : Austin
Maths star : Georgie
Handwriting Champion: Alfie
Star of the week : Mason
Well done !!
Please remember to continue to read with your child daily.
Please click on the link below to see our learning experience for this half term.
We also follow the 'God Matters ' Catholic RE scheme .
Our topic for the second half of this term is 'My World In Autumn'. We will look at texts such as Percy the Park Keeper and Pumpkin Soup. We will look at how the world around us changes during the season. This will include getting out into our local environment with walks in our forest school.
- Your child/children have brought home a book from the library. Please share and enjoy this book with them. Please return before next Friday.
- Homework this week is a handwriting sheet from our new handwriting scheme.
Thank you to all who came to our first 'Stay and Play' of the academic year. We all had great fun and enjoyed sharing our learning with our grown-ups. We can't wait to see you at the next one!