A WARM WELCOME TO ROBIN CLASS!
Below are photos of us enjoying our learning in Robin Class!
The staff in the Early Years Foundation Stage work as a team to ensure that everyone can...
"be the best that they can be!"
Mrs Eustace - Class teacher (Mon-Weds)
Mrs Collins - Class teacher (Thurs– Fri)
Mrs Carter – Early Years Practitioner
Mrs Menezes – Early Years Practitioner
What are we learning about in Robin Class?
This half term our topic is ‘All Creatures Great and Small' and we will explore life cycles and link our learning to our farm trip.
Teaching and learning will be linked to all seven areas of the curriculum; focusing on particular rhymes and stories which will be shared weekly (see links below).
Please click on the link below to access the presentation from our Nursery Curriculum meeting held in September which gives examples of the Areas of Learning together with useful information.
Through our topics we will also be using every opportunity to develop spiritual, moral, social, and cultural values- encouraging children to: explore beliefs and experiences; show respect for faiths, feelings and values; learn about themselves, others and the surrounding world; use imagination and creativity as well as reflect.
Please refer to the medium term planning below for more details.
For long term planning please click on the link below:
For this term's planning and learning objectives please click on the links below:
(Please note that these plans are 'a work in progress' which will be adapted as necessary in order to incorporate interests, specific events and the weather!)
Each week the children will learn a rhyme linked to our topic. Please encourage them to practice singing the rhyme with you at home.
For this week's learning and weekly rhyme please click on the links below
Please click on the link below for Robin Class Spring Term Curriculum letter
- Letters and Sounds
In Nursery we follow the Letters and Sounds programme and we focus on phase 1. This phase helps prepare the children for learning their alphabet sounds to be able to learn to read later on. It concentrates on developing children's careful listening skills.
Try these fun letters and sounds activities with your child. Click on the text to access the activity or website.
Try these Maths activities with your child. Click on the text to access the activity or website.
Dates for the diary:
Summer Term 2019
Tuesday 23rd April Start of Term
Monday 6th May Bank holiday
Tuesday 7th May Class Photos
Tuesday 21st May BOCKETTS FARM TRIP Please make sure payment is made as soon as possible so that the trip can go ahead.
Friday 24th May INSET day
Mon 27th – Fri 31st May Half term
Monday 3rd June First day of term
Wednesday 24th July End of Term – finish 2pm
At Kingfield Primary School we focus on a value each month.
March : Courage
We will be teaching this value through opportunities as they arise: - using stories, songs, games, circle time, and other planned activities to encourage children to make good choices.
Are you interested in your child attending our nursery?