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Welcome to Brilliant Beech class!

Come and see how we learn through play...

Bobby the therapy dog visit to Beech Class!

Beech Class enjoyed planting British wildflowers in Forest School.

Beech Class took part in a RE workshop and enjoyed retelling the Bible story Daniel in the Lions Den.

Beech Class enjoyed tasting some of the fruit in the story Handa's Surprise.

Beech Class had fun planting and growing vegetables, herbs and flowers in Forest School!

Beech Class had lots of fun finding minibeasts in Forest School

Beech Class had lots of fun making chocolate Easter nests!

Fun in the snow in Forest School!

Beech Class had fun recreating 'The Starry Night' painting by Van Gogh.

Beech Class enjoyed climbing trees in Forest School!

Beech Class have enjoyed using our space ship role play area and finding out about space.

Beech Class had fun finding out about Chinese New Year and enjoyed retelling the story of The Great Race.

Beech Class enjoyed finding facts about owls and have been busy making their own owls.

Beech Class have been busy finding out about winter and exploring winter items.

Beech Class had lots of fun sewing and weaving!

Our Sounds Write meeting will take place on Wednesday 11th January. Please see the attached letter.

Beech Class accompanied Willow Class to the Church to experience Christmas. They found out about advent, the gifts that baby Jesus received and so much more!

Beech Class had a special visitor, the fabulous poet Attie Lime. They had lots of fun working together to create their own Christmas poem and had so much fun listening to and joining in with different Christmas poems.

Beech Class have been busy doing some fantastic reading and writing. Here is some of our super writing!

Beech Class have enjoyed finding out about Christmas and have been busy making Christmas cards.

In our Foundation Stage Nursery and Reception class we ...

  • Have lots of fun!
  • Are kind to each other and show respect to our peers and all adults.
  • Have a positive attitude to our learning and support each other. 
  • Expect our children to become more independent as the year progresses- e.g. getting dressed by ourselves, zipping up our own coat, looking after our own belongings, carrying our own bags and going to the toilet by ourselves. 

Please take a moment to read the following guide on how to support your child with reading at home.

Beech Class enjoyed retelling the story of The Nativity and exploring their Christmas box.

Beech Class found out about hedgehogs and had lots of fun building homes for them in Forest School.

This term Beech Class have been learning about different celebrations. This week we were finding out about birthdays and how they are celebrated around the world. We had lots of fun making our own birthday party hats.

Beech Class had lots of fun in nursery rhyme week. We were learning the rhyme 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Once I caught a fish alive and made our own paper plate fish.

Beech Class have been exploring 2d shapes. They made 2d shape pictures using circles and triangles.

Beech Class explored the trees in Forest School and did some bark rubbings.

Beech Class had fun making autumn trees

14.10.22 Beech class explored colour mixing today with their 'magical colour-mixing bags' and talked about what they discovered.

Our visit to the school library

Beech Class enjoyed visiting the school library and looking at lots of books with their friends. 

Forest School

Beech Class had a great time in Forest School!

September 2022 - Setting in and making friends...

F.A.Qs

What does my child need to bring to school everyday? 

              

Water bottle-water          Reading book and             Waterproof coat          Summer - Sunhat

only please!                           reading diary                                                        and sun cream.

 

When do you have PE ? 

 

PE days are Mondays- please come to school in PE kit, pumps can be sent in a named bag if the weather is wet/cold - remember your child will need suitable footwear to play outdoors at lunchtime!

Please send your child in joggers in colder months and shorts in warmer months. 

 

How can I be part of my child's learning journey in school? 

 

We send home a termly newsletter explaining what we will be learning, as well as some fun home-learning tasks to have a go at too. We love to see what your child has been doing and sharing their home learning in class. 

We also have lots of opportunities to join in with our learning in class too, such as our "Come and See how we learn..." events and "Design to Delight" afternoons, as well as our very popular reading mornings. Keep checking the mobile text's we send home with information about what is happening, when. 

 

We also send home 'Proud Clouds' with your child to find out how they have made you proud and share these in class each week too! 

Other useful information:

  • Each child receives free milk up to their 5th birthday. 
  • Every child is entitled to a free school lunch from Reception until the end of year 2. 
  • Every child is entitled to a free piece of fruit until the end of year 2. 

 

 

Click the link below to find out more about the EYFS curriculum and ways to support your child at home. 

Click the link below to see what we adventures we have in Forest School...

What will we learn this year?

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