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Welcome to Squirrels!

Squirrel Class 2019-2020

Miss Healy and Mrs Duffy

The children have been learning to recognise numbers. We use these rhymes to help them. If your child has been a super number detective, please tell us about it on Tapestry.

The children have been learning to recognise numbers. We use these rhymes to help them. If your child has been a super number detective, please tell us about it on Tapestry.  1

 

 

 

We are delighted to see children’s Maths Home Learning. Please remember to add photos or videos onto Tapestry.

We are delighted to see children’s Maths Home Learning. Please remember to add photos or videos onto Tapestry.  1

 

 

 

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We had a surprise last week. We found a bear who was fast asleep in our role play shed. There had been a party but the Bear had missed it. The Bear wrote to the children asking if they could have a party together. The children were delighted with the letter and have been busy planning shopping lists for the party tea and visiting Waitrose to buy the ingredients.

 

 

 

We have reached the end of our first half term. The children have settled in brilliantly and we are very proud of them. Our ‘All About Me’ topic has come to an end. We have enjoyed our number walk and sharing door numbers. Please continue to add your child’s learning onto Tapestry.

We are very proud of the children and how they have settled in this half term. The children are enjoying exploring the wing and the meadow using all of their senses. The children have been learning each other’s names, how to get along and share their ideas with the class. The children have been developing their listening skills and learning to follow instructions, we hope the children show you their listening skills over half term.  Please do continue to be number and shape detectives over the half term, we are loving seeing all your home learning.

Thank you for coming along to the Literacy and Numeracy Workshops. The presentations are below; we hope they are helpful.

 

We have been enjoying getting to know all the children in Year R. We are very impressed with how the children have picked up on the routines of the day.

 

We are loving seeing home learning on Tapestry, please do add your child’s home achievements. Remember to add your door numbers.

 

In Literacy we have been reading ‘Funny Bones’, the children have been creating collages of skeletons and making models with moving parts.

 

In maths, we have been learning to count objects accurately. Ask your child about the strategies we have been learning about.  

The meadow has proved very popular, it has been wonderful to see the children discussing ideas and problem solving together. Thank you for sending in spare clothes and wellies. We can keep wellies at school in a named carrier bag.

 

Please do come along to our workshops

Reading and Writing 10th October 5-5.45pm

Maths 14th October 5-5.45pm

Welcome!  We are extremely proud of the way the children have settled into school life and have enjoyed getting to know them this week. 

All About Me

All About Me 1

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A parents guide to the Pure Sounds we teach

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Early Years Foundation Stage Assessment Profile

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