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Welcome to the Ladybirds

Welcome to our Early Years Foundation Stage Class

 

We hope that you enjoy looking at all our exciting lessons and topics that we are going to learning about this year. We enjoy learning through lots of practical activities. Our curriculum is delivered through a combination of Adult Directed lessons and Child Initiated Learning. Our interests and learning styles are also incorporated into activities and lessons. We also learn through activities inside and outside the classroom. We'll be out whatever the weather in our waterproofs!

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The Ladybirds Class

Spring Term 1

This half term we are going to reading lots of books associated with 'Bears'! There are some great book about bears and we can't wait to learn all about them. Our whole class stories will be - 'Going on a Bear Hunt', 'Goldilocks and the three Bears' and 'This is the Bear'. We will also be going on a REAL bear hunt in our Forest School and Formby Pinewoods! In maths we will be working on our Individual targets as well as the class topic of weight. I'm sure we will be able to push and pull all the heavy (and light) things around class. In PE we will be continuing to work on a throwing skills!! We'll be throwing bean bags into hoops and balls into nets. We love the parachute so we'll also be working together to try and keep the balls on the parachute without them falling off. In our Art and Design sessions we will be exploring and learning all about different textures and combining some of them together. 

 

What an exciting half term!! smiley

Autumn Term 2

The second part of the Autumn Term is all about Night Time and Space and of course all things Christmas. We'll be reading lots of books about night time - 'Whatever Next', 'Peace at Last' and 'Owl Babies' as well as the 'Polar Express' as part of our Christmas count down. We will also be heading out on our first Ladybirds school trip. 

Posting Christmas Cards:

Christmas Jumpers:

Christmas Activities: Having Fun!

Children in Need - Cakes and Anti-bullying March

Autumn Term 1

This is our first half term in school and we are going to be learning about 'Marvellous Me', getting to know our new friends, staff, school and routine. WOW we are going to busy aren't we!

Cookery: Kippers Cake, Biscuits and Chocolate Apples

General Information

 

Home School Dairies

We ask families and carers to return the Home School diary each day, as this will enable the class staff to provide comments and information about you child's day in school. If there are particular things you wish to be informed about, please speak with the class teacher.

 

Individual Education Plans

These set out the priority educational targets that your child is working on for the term. IEPs are updated each term and sent home. If there is anything that you would particular like us to be working on please just let us know.

 

Reading Books

All children and young people are encouraged to engage in reading and develop a love of stories. We have a wide range of reading books, sensory books and big books to support the learning style and levels for each child. Every Friday, your child will receive a new reading book and this will be sent home with them to enjoy with you over the weekend. Please encourage your child to engage with the characters and stories and fill in the reading record to let your child'd class staff know how they have gotten on and the please return to school on the Monday morning. 

 

Magic Moment Books

Your child will also be sent home a Magic Moments Book. This is an exciting way to share all the wonderful things that your child does at home. Its also a way to record special moments, anything that your child does for the first time and anything that they enjoy doing. We would also love it if you could send the book back in at the end of a half term or after a holiday so that we could share your child's amazing achievements. 

 

Class Funds

We kindly request that you send in £2 a week. This contributes to any weekly resources that class might need.

 

St Nicolas Primary School, Blundellsands

We also have a special link with St Nicolas Primary School in Blundellsands. 2 or 3 Friday afternoons each half term we visit their reception class. It's a lovely link and both schools and children gain so much from the visits. 

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