After a brief settling in period, we will be teaming up with the FS2 class to learn about People Who Help Us. During the term we will explore different occuptations through play, art, and all other curriculum areas. This topic will be heavily child initiated, and I will adapt my planning accordingly to follow their level of interest in the different themes: vets, police, firefighters, teachers etc.
We we will be using a selection of Maisy books to tie in with our theme and help create a love of reading.
During this topic we will also be exploring how we can keep ourselves safe, this will include: The Pants Rule, Stanger Danger, brushing our teeth and personal health, and using 999 appropriately etc.
This is a very important topic, as it helps to keep children safe.
Our topic for Term 2 is The Gruffalo'S Child. After a brief settling in period we will explore the story and link it to all other areas of the EYFS curriculum. Please see the term 2 topic overview for more information. There will be lots of outdoor learning and Forest School activities taking place, so please ensure that you bring in a pair of Wellington boots, some waterproof clothing and a change of clothes for your child. These items can be kept in school, and will be returned before the half term breaks if required.
The children will also be busy with Christmas crafts, as well as getting ready to be the chorus in our FS Nativity. More information will be given soon regarding character list and costumes.
Welcome to the FS1 page.
Our class topic for Term 1 will be Under the Sea which will commence after a brief settling in period.
This is wonderful topic which is jam packed with exciting learning opportunities. Children will participate in a variety of creative and sensory learning experiences:
This will be a term full of fun and learning. Please feel free to have a look at the document below which breaks down the topic further and contact me with any questions or suggestions.
Every week the children will be exposed to outdoor learning experiences and Forest School style activities, therefore it is important that your child has at least one change of clothes/some lightweight waterproof clothing and a pair of wellington boots. This items need to stay in school and may be sent home at half terms if required. Please ensure that waterproofs and wellington boots are named.
***PARENT HANDBOOK RETURNS - updated 11.9.2017***
Please complete and return any outstanding Parent Handbooks to Miss Dance as soon as possible please. These are important documents: they help to keep your child safe whilst at school, and inform my planning and assessments.
I need all of these back by 15.9.17, at the latest.
Thanks a million,