This week’s topic 16.07.18
This week we are learning about
We will read the books set at the seaside.
We will look at creatures that live in the sea.
While the weather is nice we will have our last PE lesson outside on Monday.
The blue room will have a woodland lesson with Mrs Prince on Thursday.
For maths we are learning to subtract.
Some of us are learning to share into equal groups.
On Friday we will go to the year 6 assembly at 9am.
Every day we
have a phonic, literacy and maths lesson.
Miss S. Elsey, Ms S. Handel, Miss P. Dodhia, Mrs E. Turner
Mrs L. Smyth, Mrs H. Payne, Mrs A. Prince, Mrs D. Swaine, Mrs J. Dowling & Mrs H. Trueman
In our Foundation Unit we have Reception, and Nursery
All children have the use of a large well resourced setting which includes 2 outside areas, one of which is covered.
The times of the sessions are as follows-:
Reception 8.50 – 3.10 pm
Morning Nursery 8.30 – 11.30 am
Afternoon Nursery 12.30 - 3.30 pm
30 hour funded pupils 8.30am-2.30pm. Addition hour from 2.30pm-3.30pm at £4 per hour.
The Foundation Unit is staffed by Teachers, Early Years Practitioners and Teaching Assistants. All of our staff are happy to help parents at any time.
What is the Foundation Stage Unit?
The Foundation Stage Unit is a learning environment for children who are in the Foundation Stage phase of their education which is between the ages of 3 and 5 years.
The Foundation Stage is a distinct stage which is important in its own right and we believe it is crucial in preparing children for later schooling.
The Foundation Stage Unit includes children from the September after their third birthday until the end of their Reception Year. We recognise it as a crucial in education, both in its own right and in preparing children for learning in Key Stage one. We believe that all children should be given the best possible start to their education. Great value is placed on the quality of our provision in the Foundation Stage by providing all of the children with stimulating activities that are appropriate for their age and stage of development. It is recognised that when children join us, they will already have had a range of experiences and they will also have a range of skills and interests; therefore the curriculum is carefully planned so that their learning is always moving forward.