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Early Years Foundation Stage 2017 - 2018

 Miss Cheetham & Mrs Gray

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Newsletter Week Ending 18 May 2018

This week the children have been using cubes to balance an object on the scales in maths. We have found out lots of facts about farm animals before our visit to Smithills Farm, and have also written What am I? clues to try and trick our friends.

 

From Monday 21st May 2018

 

For the trip on Monday

Children can wear their own clothes – jeans, leggings, trainers etc but MUST wear their school sweatshirt or cardigan.

Children will need to bring their own packed lunch – including a carton drink – and special treats!! Please send lunch in a NAMED carrier bag.

Children will need to bring a waterproof coat – just in case it rains on the day!

Children will not need any money to spend on the day.

If your child is travel sick – please give them a tablet before we set off in the morning, and give a spare one to the teacher for the return journey.

 

The PTA will hold a tuck shop on Friday 25th May. Children can buy a drink and snack for £1.

A reminder that school finishes on Friday 25th May at 3.30pm and reopens after half term on Monday 4th June at 8.45am.

 

Diary Dates:

Friday 25th May – Tuck Shop

5th/6th June – Sponsored Scoot

Friday 8th June – Class Photos

Wednesday 27th June 2.15pm - Teddy Bears Picnic – Parents welcome to attend

Friday 29th June 3.45pm – PTA Summer Fair

Monday 2nd July 1.30pm – EYFS Sports Day

Enjoy the weekend

The Reception Staff

Newsletter Week Ending 11 May 2018

On our Welly Walk this week, we collected leaves and twigs. The children then made a den for a dinosaur – making sure that the den was tall enough and strong enough to fit their dinosaur inside. The children have also been making boats and testing them to see whether they floated or sank. In Maths, the children have weighed objects and found out which are heaviest and lightest. In writing, the children wrote about the story ‘On Sudden Hill’ and have also marked their own work during Reading Comprehension.

 

From Monday 14th May 2018

Our trip to Smithills farm takes place on Monday 21st May. The coach will leave at 9.15am approx., and we aim to be back by 3.30pm.

For the trip:

Children can wear their own clothes – jeans, leggings, trainers etc but MUST wear their school sweatshirt or cardigan.

Children will need to bring their own packed lunch – including a carton drink – and special treats!! Please send lunch in a NAMED carrier bag.

Children will need to bring a waterproof coat – just in case it rains on the day!

Children will not need any money to spend on the day.

If your child is travel sick – please give them a tablet before we set off in the morning, and give a spare one to the teacher for the return journey.

Diary Dates:

Friday 18th May – PTA Break The Rules Day – children can wear own footwear/ nail varnish / have mad hair / bring a chocolate snack in their lunch box/ have juice in their water bottles. The fine is £1 for doing one or all of these.

(School uniform must still be worn)

           Monday 21st May – Trip to Smithills Farm

Friday 25th May – Tuck Shop

5th/6th June – Sponsored Scoot

8th June – Class Photos

Wednesday 27th June 2.15pm - Teddy Bears Picnic – Parents welcome to attend

Friday 29th June 3.45pm – PTA Summer Fair

Monday 2nd July 1.30pm – EYFS Sports Day

Enjoy the weekend

 The Reception Staff

Newsletter Week Ending 4 May 2018

For the past two weeks, we have been reading the book ‘On Sudden Hill,’ and have done lots of work about it. This week the children used large cardboard boxes to make things eg a castle, a rocket or a pirate ship. They then wrote instructions on how to make their object.

In Maths the children have added 2 amounts of money and found the total. The children enjoyed making the discovery bottles in that water area – finding out whether objects float or sink.

 

From Tuesday 8th May 2018

 

We will be going on a Welly Walk on Wednesday 9th May. Children will need to bring their wellies to school in a named carrier bag.

  

Lots of parents are now pre-ordering the lunchtime meal for their child. If you have not already done so, please provide a working email address to the school office who will then arrange for your Live Kitchen account to be created.

 

Diary Dates:

Monday 21st May – Trip to Smithills Farm

5th/6th June – Sponsored Scoot

             Friday 8th June – Class Photos

Wednesday 27th June 2.15pm - Teddy Bears Picnic – Parents welcome to attend

Friday 29th June 3.45pm – PTA Summer Fair

Monday 2nd July 1.30pm – EYFS Sports Day

 

Enjoy the weekend

 The Reception Staff

Newsletter Week Ending 27 April 2017

 

This week the children have written facts about brachiosaurus. In Maths, we have done some more work on money, and have made different amounts using a certain number of coins. The children have also investigated which items float and which sink in the water tray.

 

From 30th April 2018

 

A reminder that our trip to Smithill’s Farm will be on May 21st. The cost for the trip is £16.30 per child payable via ParentPay. Please send the consent form into school as soon as possible. Children can wear their own clothes – jeans, leggings, trainers etc but MUST wear their school sweatshirt or cardigan.

 

Next week we would like to make some floating and sinking discovery bottles with the children. If you have any empty clear plastic bottles eg water bottles – please send them into school so that we can use them.

 

  • Diary Dates:Monday 2nd July 1.30pm – EYFS Sports Day Enjoy the weekend
  • The Reception Staff
  • Friday 29th June 3.45pm – School Summer Fair
  • Wednesday 27th June 2.15pm - Teddy Bears Picnic – Parents welcome to attend

Newsletter Week Ending 20 April 2018

 

We have begun our new topic ‘Dinosaurs’ and have painted them, read about them, written facts about them, and made some in the creative area.

In maths, the children have been finding out about money. They have looked at different coins and counted them to find a total.

 

From Monday 23rd April

 

Foundation Stage Fund

Thank you to all who sent in donations last term.

This enabled us to enhance the provision and learning opportunities for the children further by purchasing consumable resources including ingredients for cooking and foods for tasting. The contribution we are asking for is £5 per term. This can be placed in an envelope and given to the class teacher.

 

The children have been fantastic at logging themselves onto the computer at lunchtime every day to confirm their lunch choice. If you have not already done so, please ensure that you have provided the office with your e mail address and then log in to your Live Kitchen account so that you can pre select the lunch at home with your child.

Some children have already been very busy and have completed their Learning Log activity.

Please ensure that the books are returned to school by Wednesday 25th April.

Please can you ensure that your child has brought their pump bags back to school after the Easter break.

Your child has brought home a letter about our EYFS trip to Smithills Farm on May 21st. We will send further information about lunches/ dress etc nearer the time.

Diary dates – Friday 27th April at 9 – 9.40am Class RC Stay and Play - handwriting

Enjoy the weekend

The Reception Staff

Newsletter Week Ending 29 March 2018

 

This week the children have been practising reading, writing and ordering numbers to at least 20. On Wednesday we had an RE Day, and the children found out about The Easter Story. The children enjoyed learning the songs for the Easter Bonnet Parade – we hope you enjoyed it this morning!!

 

From Monday 16th April 2018

After the holiday, we will start to give the children some homework –i.e. Learning Logs. The children will be asked a question that they can answer in any way that they choose – pictures/ captions/ labels etc. Homework will be set every 2 weeks so that the children have a good length of time to spend on each question.

 

After Easter, the topic will be ‘Dinosaurs.’ If your child has any books about this that they would like to share with their friends in school, we would love to read them. In Maths we will be talking about money – looking at different coins and making different amounts.

 

School closes today and will reopen on Monday 16th April at 8.45am

 

Diary dates – Friday 20th April at 9 – 9.40am Class RG Stay and Play – handwriting

 

                       Friday 27th April at 9 – 9.40am Class RC Stay and Play - handwriting

 Enjoy the Easter break!

The Reception Staff

Newsletter Week Ending 23 March 2018

This week the children have practised telling the time to o’clock on both analogue and digital clocks, and we have discussed what we do at different times of the day. The children have found out and written facts about the moon, and have also written invitations inviting you to our Easter Bonnet Parade next week.

 

From Monday 26th March

 The ‘Easter Bonnet Parade’ will take place in the KS2 hall at 9am on Thursday 29th March. The children can make the bonnets at home with you, and come in them on the day of the parade. We are looking forward to seeing your creations!!

 

 

The PTA are holding an Easter Raffle next week. Tickets are 20p each, and the children can win a big bundle of Easter goodies.

The PTA are having their half-termly tuck shop on Thursday 29th March Children can buy chocolate/ crisps and a drink for £1.

We will be going on a Welly Walk on Wednesday 28th March. Please can children bring their wellies in a named carrier bag on the day.

 

Other Diary dates –

29th March – School closes – reopens on Monday 16th April at 8.45am

Stay and Play – Handwriting – RG – Friday 20th April 9 – 9.40am

                                                      RC – Friday 27th April 9 – 9-40am

  

Enjoy the weekend

The Reception Staff

Newsletter Week Ending 16 March 2018

This week the children enjoyed finding out about the planets, and they wrote a book about what they had found out. We also thought about what we would take to the moon and ate some space food too! In Maths we have been talking about time. We found out the names of the seasons and the months of the year, and also talked about when our birthdays are.

We have sequenced pictures by deciding what comes first, second etc and we have challenged ourselves to find out what we can do in 1 minute.

 

From Monday 19th March 2018

 

The PTA are holding an Easter Raffle next week. Tickets are 20p each, and the children can win a big bundle of Easter goodies.

  

The ‘Easter Bonnet Parade’ will take place in the KS2 hall at 9am on Thursday 29th March. The children can make the bonnets at home with you, and come in them on the day of the parade. We are looking forward to seeing your creations!!

 

 Diary dates – PTA Easter raffle – 19th – 29th March

EYFS Easter Bonnet Parade – 29th March at 9am

Tuck shop – Thursday 29th March

 

 

 Have a good weekend!

The Reception Staff

 

Newsletter Week Ending 9 March 2018

This week the children enjoyed finding out about ‘Famous Women in History.’ They found out about Amelia Earhart, Florence Nightingale, Marie Curie and Emmeline Pankhurst. We have also enjoyed watching the eggs hatch – they are quails – not crocodiles, dinosaurs or even chocolate as we predicted!

In Maths, we have been using the vocabulary of addition and subtraction to solve problems.

From Monday 12th March 2018

Rearranged Date

RC Stay and Play will now take place on Friday 16th March –   9 – 9.40am

 

Barnaby Bear has enjoyed his home visits again this week. Please try and let the children do as much writing as they can on their own – don’t worry if all the words are not spelt correctly as long as the children have tried to sound them out by themselves.

 

Next week the children will be making space bottles. Please can they bring in a small clear plastic bottle to make it in (eg a plastic water bottle.)

 

EYFS are having an ‘Easter Bonnet Parade’ in the KS2 hall at 9am on Thursday 29th March. The children can make the bonnets at home with you, and come in them on the day of the parade. We are looking forward to seeing your creations!!

 

Please arrange a time for Parent’s Evening if you have not already done so.

They are Wednesday 14th March – 4 – 5pm   or

Wednesday 21st March – 4 – 6.30pm.

 

Diary Dates – Friday 16th March – RC STAY & PLAY – 9 – 9.40am

     Week beginning 19th March – Easter Raffle

  Thursday 29th March – EYFS Easter Bonnet parade – 9am

 Thursday 29th March – Tuck shop

 

   Have a lovely weekend

    EYFS Staff

Newsletter Week Ending 2 March 2018

This week we have begun our work on Space. We read ‘Aliens Love Underpants’ and then created our own aliens. In Maths, we have been looking carefully at the + and – signs and working sums out accordingly. We also enjoyed looking at the children’s favourite books on World Book Day.

 

From Monday 5th March 2018  

Next week is International Women’s Day and all schools in the Vision Mat are going to be doing some work on ‘Famous Women in History.’ We would like the children to bring in a photograph of their Nanas/ Grandmas so that they can talk to the rest of the class about them.

 

Thursday 8th March is International Women's Day and the children can wear green (for hope) or purple (dignity) top on that day (no football shirts please.)

 

Next week the PTA are holding a market for the children to buy Mother’s Day presents. Presents will cost between £1 and £4. If your child would like to buy a present, please send the money in a named envelope/ purse.

  

Next week we will have some new arrivals in the classroom – they will be small and oval shaped – keep following twitter to find out who our new friends are!!

 

Please can you ensure that all children have their P.E. bags back in school after the half term break.

 

Diary Dates

Stay and Play – Maths Games RG Friday 9th March 9 – 9.40am

Parents Evenings – 14th/21st March

EYFS Easter Bonnet parade – Thursday 29th March – 9am.

 

 Have a lovely weekend

EYFS Staff

Newsletter Week Ending 16 February 2018

This week we have found out different ways of making 10 and have written as many different ways as we could. We have found out lots of information about wolves and have written fact sheets about them. The children enjoyed the February Fun Night – and the tuck shop too!

 

From Monday 26th February 2018

After half term our new topic will be ‘Space.’ If your child has any books about the topic that they would like to share with their friends, we would love to read them in school.

 

On Thursday 1st March it is World Book Day. We will be reading lots of books throughout the day. If your child would like to bring their favourite book to school on the day, we would love to read them.

  

During Guided Reading sessions, the children read books from Bug Club. The children can now access these books online.

To read these books, please follow the link:

https://www.activelearnprimary.co.uk/login?c=0

Username – your child’s first name and first letter of their surname eg Sam Smith would be sams

Password : abcd

School Code : hila

 

Diary Dates – Stay and Play – Maths Games RC Friday 2nd March 9 – 9.40am

Stay and Play – Maths Games RG Friday 9th March 9 – 9.40am

Parents Evening Wednesday 14th March 4-5pm

   Parents Evening Wednesday 21st March 4-6.3pm

 

School closes today for half term, and reopens on Monday 26th February at 8.45am.

 Have a lovely half term

EYFS Staff

Newsletter Week Ending 9 February 2018

We have had a very busy week this week! The children have read lots of fictional books about wolves, and have written character descriptions of them in their new writing books. The children have acted out the story of Little Red Riding Hood, and have also made wolf masks. We have also done lots of Maths this week – working on addition and finding different ways to make a number.

From Monday 12th February 2018 

Please could you check that your child only has 1 key ring on their book bag. If they have too many on, they won’t fit into the drawers!

 

       We will be having a Welly Walk on Wednesday 14th February. Please send wellies in a named carrier bag on the day.

 

The PTA are holding a February Fun Party for EYFS and KS1 on Thursday 15th February from 4.30 – 5.45pm. Tickets are available priced at £4. Please send money for a ticket in a named envelope if your child would like to go. Entrance and pick up from the party is through the main entrance.

 

On Friday 16th February, the PTA are having a tuck shop. Children can bring £1 to school and buy a drink and a treat – eg chocolate bar. If your child wishes to buy anything on this day, please send them with the money on the day.

 

A reminder that’s school closes on Friday 16th February at 3.30pm for half term, and reopens on Monday 26th February at 8.45am.

 

Diary Dates – Stay and Play – Maths Games RC Friday 2nd March 9 – 9.40am

                                Stay and Play – Maths Games RG Friday 9th March 9 – 9.40am

      Have a nice weekend.

      EYFS Staff

Newsletter Week Ending 2 February 2018

This week we have found out who helps us to keep healthy. The school nurses came to show us how to wash our hands properly, and told us the 5 most important times to do it. We also found out how to keep our teeth clean and healthy.

In Maths, the children have tested 3d shapes to find out whether they roll or slide, and have found out what happens to an object when a ramp is made higher. 

 

From Monday 5th February 2018

Please check your child’s sweatshirt and fleeces to make sure that the names are still visible so that it is easier to reunite them with their owners after PE!

 

We have a new batch of book bags to replace the inferior quality of the ones that the children have at the moment in EYFS. We will replace these free of charge – thank you for your patience whilst this matter was sorted out.

 

We will be having a Welly Walk on Wednesday 14th February. Please send wellies in a named carrier bag on the day.

 

Next week we will do some work on addition in maths – counting on to find a total. We will use describing words in Literacy, and think about characters and settings in a story.

Next week we will read lots of stories with wolves in them. If your child has one at home that we can read in class, please send them into school.

 

Diary Dates –

PTA Tuck Shop – Friday 16th February – Chocolate/ crisps   and a drink - £1.

Stay and Play RC – Friday 2nd March – 9 – 9 40am Class RC

Stay and Play RC – Friday 9th March – 9 – 9 40am Class RG

 

Have a lovely weekend

The Reception Staff

 

Newsletter Week Ending 26 January 2018

 

This week the police came to visit us. They told us how they can help to keep us safe, and showed us the equipment that they use too. We also had visits from a firefighter who told us about his job and how we can stay safe. In Maths we have learnt the names of 3d shapes, and have begun to describe them.

 

From Monday 29th January 2018

The children have been introduced to a new member of the class this week – Barnaby Bear. Barnaby Bear is going to be visiting the children’s homes for a sleep-over each night. Please could your child write about their adventure with Barnaby in the book which accompanies Barnaby. We encourage you to let the children attempt their own writing please.

Thank you to all the parents that were able to come to our Stay and Play sessions. As requested, attached to Letter Link are the reading strategies that we use to prompt the children during Guided Reading sessions that may be useful for you to use at home when the children are reading to you.

A great phonic game for the children to play on the computer about real and fake words is ‘Picnic on Pluto.’ This can be found at http://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/PicnicOnPluto.html– we are working on Phase 3 phonics at the moment.

 

Diary Dates – PTA meeting – In school Monday 29th January at 7pm.

 

 Have a lovely weekend

The Reception Staff

 

Newsletter Week Ending 19 January 2018

This week in Maths, the children have been subtracting an amount from a number and counting how many are left. They have also used the subtraction sign – and have recorded their own sums. We have found out about how the fire service helps us, and what we can do to keep safe. We have made a fire station in our outdoor area and have responded to lots of emergencies!

 

From Monday 22nd January 2018

Thank you to all the parents that were able to come to our Stay and Play sessions. The Powerpoint is on the EYFS webpage of the schools website.

 

When the children complete work at school, we stick it or a photograph of it into their ‘Learning Journeys.’ If you would like to add any achievements that the children complete at home to this book – e.g. can now swim without armbands, please complete the ‘Wow’ sheet on the back of this letter.

Next week, the vet and police will be visiting us to tell us about how they can help us. We will also learn the last of the Phase 3 digraphs and trigraphs – ur, or and ure. In Maths we will be learning to recognise 3d shapes.

                              

If someone different is picking up your child at hometime, please inform the class teacher or the office.

  

Have a lovely weekend

The Reception Staff

Newsletter Week Ending 12 January 2018

Happy New Year!!

The children have all settled back into school very quickly this week. They have been excited to start our new topic ‘Who can I ask for help?’ and have used non-fiction books to research some of the jobs that people do. We had a visit from one of the cleaning staff, and also one of the school cooks who told us all about their jobs. We also had a visit from Erin’s dad who told us about his busy job being a paramedic.

In maths, we have been looking at teen numbers and have made them on the ten frames.

 

From Monday 15th January 2018

 

Our new topic is ‘Who can I ask for help?’ If your child has any books that they would like to share with their friends, we would love to read them in school.

 

Our letter sounds for next week will be ar, air, ear, er.

 

Please can you ensure that all children have their P.E. bags back in school after the holiday.

 

Foundation Stage Fund

Thank you to all who sent in donations last term.

This enabled us to enhance the provision and learning opportunities for the children further by purchasing consumable resources including ingredients for cooking and foods for tasting. The contribution we are asking for is £5 per term. This can be placed in an envelope and given to the class teacher.

 

Next week we will talk about how firefighters could help us and what we can do to

Keep safe.

 

Diary Dates

Stay and Play RC – Friday 19th January at 9 – 9.45am

Have a lovely weekend

 The Reception Staff

 

Newsletter Week Ending 20 December 2017

This week the children have been practising using all the digraphs that they have learnt so far. They have played lots of Christmas maths games and really enjoyed the party on Wednesday – especially the special visitor!

 

Please can we remind you that school closes on Wednesday 20th December at 3.30 p.m. School will re-open on Monday 8th January at 8.45a.m.

 

Diary Dates

Stay and Play RG – Friday 12th January at 9 – 9.45am

Stay and Play RC – Friday 19th January at 9 – 9.45am

 

After the holiday, our topic will be ‘People Who Help Us.’ If your child has any books about the topic that they would like to share, please send them into school.

  

We would like to wish you all a Merry Christmas

and

A Happy New Year

 

           The Reception Staff

Newsletter Week Ending 15 December 2017

This week the children have been learning the names of letters as well as the sounds. In maths, we have found things longer and shorter than an object, and we have measured how long things are. The children have also made some Christmas crafts which they will bring home next week.

 

From Monday 18th December 2017

In Phonics, we will revise the letter sounds taught already this half term.

 

Wednesday 20th December is party day! The children are allowed to wear their own clothes all day. The children will still be playing outside during the morning and at lunchtime, so please ensure that they bring their warm coats to school.

Please send some party food in with your child on the day for our buffet – e.g a packet of biscuits, a packet of mini rolls etc.

 

Please can we remind you that school closes on Wednesday 20th December at 3.30 p.m. School will re-open on Monday 8th January at 8.45a.m.   

 

Diary Dates

Stay and Play RG – Friday 12th January at 9 – 9.45am

Stay and Play RC – Friday 19th January at 9 – 9.45am

 

Have a lovely weekend

The Reception Staff

Newsletter Week Ending 8 December 2017

This week the children have been working on length. They have made tall and short towers, long and short paper chains and have found out how much taller one tower is than another. In writing, the children have written labels – drawing arrows to show what they are labelling.

 

Monday 11th December 2017

 

Our letter sounds for next week will be:

Monday – oi

Tuesday – oo as in zoo

Wednesday – oo as in book

Thursday – ow

 

Our Christmas show ‘Angel Express’ will be performed in the Main Hall on Friday 15h December at 2.30pm – doors open 2.15pm. Entry is through the main entrance at the office. No tickets are needed but due to space, a limit of 2 adults are allowed per child. Younger siblings are welcome, but if they are noisy we would appreciate you taking them out of the hall for a while so that the children on stage are not distracted.

 

The PTA have organised a Christmas week next week- beginning 11th December.

There will be a ……

Christmas shop for the children to buy gifts for family and friends – prices range from £1 to £4.

Raffle – tickets 50p each

Name the teddy

Please send money for these in a named envelope or purse.

Christmas Jumper Day – Thursday 14th December – Pay £1 and children can wear a Christmas jumper for the day.

 

The EYFS Xmas party will be held on Wednesday 20th   December. The children can wear their own party clothes all day. Please can each child bring to school some party food on this day – e.g. a packet of biscuits, a packet of fairy cakes, crisps etc. (Children will already have had their lunch!!) Please do not send drinks – school will provide them.

 

The children now have access to extra reading books online. These can be reached through the link :https://www.activelearnprimary.co.uk.

Username : child’s first name and the first letter of their surname (all lowercase) eg Sam Jones would be samj

Password: abcd

School code:hila

  

Have a nice weekend!

The Reception Staff

Newsletter Week Ending 1 December 2017

This week the children have been ordering numbers and thinking which number is missing when one is taken away. We have been practising writing captions too – counting our words before we start to write. The children enjoyed the Welly Walk on Wednesday – especially the hot chocolate in the outdoor classroom. We have also begun to practise songs for our Christmas show – you too will be word perfect on the day!!

 

Monday 4th December 2017

 

Our letter sounds for next week will be: ai, ee, igh, oa

 

 Thank-you to all the children who returned their winter pictures to school. They have made a lovely display, and we are turning over one picture a day on the countdown to Christmas. If your child has not yet made their picture, they can still bring it in next week.

  

Our Christmas Show is on Friday 15th December at 2.30pm. Entrance will be through the main door at the school office. No tickets are required, but seats are restricted to a maximum of 2 adults per child. We have plenty of costumes in school for this – you don’t need to worry about getting one for your child! 

The EYFS Xmas party will be held on Wednesday 20th December. The children can wear their own party clothes all day. Please can each child bring to school some party food on this day – e.g. a packet of biscuits, a packet of fairy cakes, crisps etc. Please do not send drinks – school will provide them.

 

PTA Christmas week – begins Monday 11th December – more details to follow

Wear A Christmas Jumper To School Day – Thursday 14th December – Fine £1

   EYFS Christmas show will be on Friday 15th December at 2.30pm.

   EYFS Christmas party will be on Wednesday 20th December

   School closes for Christmas on Wednesday 20th December

 

Stay and Play RG – Friday 12th January at 9 – 9.45am

Stay and Play RC – Friday 19th January at 9 – 9.45am

 

 Have a nice weekend!

The Reception Staff

Newsletter Week Ending 24 November 2017 

This week the children have been working on finding out which number is 1 more or 1 less than a given number. They have played lots of number track games and have built 1 more and 1 less towers. The children have also found out about how they have changed from when they were a baby, and we have tested food to see how it changed when it was cooked.

 

Monday 27th November 2017

Our letter sounds for next week will be the consonant digraphs ch, sh, th, ng.

We will also be mixing colours to make new ones, and finding the missing number in a number sequence.

On Wednesday 29th November we will go on our last welly walk of the year. Please can children bring their wellies to school on the day in a plastic bag.

A reminder that the EYFS Christmas show ‘Angel Express’ will be on Friday 15th December at 2.30pm. No tickets are required for you to come and watch the show.

Attached to Letter Link is a piece of card. Please could your child decorate it as a Christmas/ winter picture – you can use whatever materials you have – glitter, paint, cotton wool, sequins etc and return it to school next week – this will be used for our class advent calendar.

Diary dates

   PTA Christmas Market – 11th – 15th December

   EYFS Christmas show will be on Friday 15th December at 2.30pm.

   EYFS Christmas party

Web Links

Here are some web links for children to enjoy at home

Phonics play – lots of free phonic games to play at home

Cbeebies – Alphablocks - blend and read the words that the Alphablocks make

Oxford Owl – lots of free e-books, games and activities

Ladybird Spots – counting, matching and ordering numbers

Underwater Counting – count the underwater creatures to find the treasure

Gingerbread Man Game – count sequence, and order the numbers