Welcome to the EYFS class page.
Welcome to 'The Woodlands' class page. Mrs Parker is the Conker's class teacher, Mrs Booth and Mrs Willis are the Willow's class teachers and Mrs Fraser and Mrs Carrington are the Teaching Assistants. The Little Acorns are led by Mrs Smith, Miss Allen, Miss Piotrowska and Mrs Dempsey.
Here you can find lots of information about EYFS, as well as keeping up to date with all of the exciting things that we get up to throughout the school year.
During this academic year, we will be communicating a lot more through the use of Class Dojo and sharing lots of the children's wonderful work here too. Please do ensure you have set up your Class Dojo account in order to access this.
If you need to contact us at any time throughout the year, please do not hesitate to get in touch. We can be reached through the messaging feature on your Class Dojo account, via email or in school, by appointment with the school office.
The Little Acorns
Monday - ‘Muddy Monday’ – the children will be visiting Eco-Land for the session and will need to come to school wearing old clothes, a waterproof coat/suit and wellies.
Tuesday - A ‘Busy Bee’ Challenge will be posted on Class Dojo for you to complete together.
Wednesday - The children will bring home a library book for you to share at home. This will need bringing back to school every Tuesday.
Friday - The children will bake cakes and biscuits to enjoy in school. Yummy!
The Conkers and The Willows
Monday - The children will come home with a new reading book for you to read and enjoy together. This will need returning to school on a Friday please.
Wednesday - P.E day! Please send your child to school wearing their P.E kit and plimsolls/trainers.
Friday - Eco-Land day! Please send your child to school with a waterproof coat and a named pair of wellies in a plastic bag. Weekend News Books will also come home on a Friday. We would love to hear all about what you get up to over the weekend and we know that your child will enjoy sharing their news with their friends. Over the weekend encourage your child to draw and picture of something you do as a family and label it. These then need sending back into school on Monday.
This half term we have a really exciting topic all about ‘Winter’. We will be beginning with Epiphany and then moving on to snow and ice where we will find out about the Arctic. We will also be finding out about birds before finishing off with celebrating the Chinese New Year. Each week our classroom ‘fairies’ will continue to bring us a new book and our week’s learning will be centered around this.
Our ‘Come and See’ topic for this half term is the Local Church and our Community.