We will be continuing to learn all about growth and changes in our environments. This is an exciting topic which will help the children to look at the world around them and see what can be grown and how animals, people and plants change in their life cycles. During this topic we will be continuing to grow lots of our own vegetables and plants in the classroom and keeping a diary on the changes. We will also hopefully be harvesting some of the products we have grown in order to give the children the understanding of where fruit and vegetables come from.
In Numeracy we will be exploring numbers, accurate counting and ordering to 20 and beyond. We will be beginning to use these numbers to double and half and explore ways in which we can share different amounts between two. We will be exploring capacity, weight, time, distance and money. We will be looking at how we will always see and measure all the above and be exploring different ways in which we can solve problems around all the above areas.
Curriculum map for 2018-19.
Our newsletters are sent out at the beginning of each half term. Please look out for them as they contain information about upcoming events as well as topic information. You can read our latest newsletter here.
Parent Reading days.
We are pleased to invite you to come and read with your child each morning. We will be running daily sessions in your child's key worker groups and these sessions will run from 8:45am-8:55am.
Please find below a table which will tell you which key worker group is running a reading session on which day:
We hope to see you all there!
For further information and support to help your child pronounce their phonetic letter sounds please visit the below website:
Highlights from the academic year 2017-2018.
Home learning fun!
Please use the websites below for some home learning fun. Encourage your child to continue to read, write and count as they enjoy their weekend adventures.
Star of the Week and Oscar Winners!
Please see our parents board (in the cloakroom for this week's winners!