Kingfisher class enjoying the story of Norman the slug with the silly shell and props.
Kingfisher class visited the Wigmore fish and chips shop and purchased fish and chips to try back at school as part of their Topic Come dine with me.
Hi, welcome back to the Spring Term. Kingfisher class are very lucky to have a new boy in our class Ismail and a new adult called Rachel.
This half term English is based on Traditional Rhymes and Poems and we are going to be reading Humpty Dumpty. The children will have reading, writing, speaking and listening activities based on this traditional rhyme.
Maths we will spend a week on each subject area including, Money, Number, Shape and Measure. Money we will link into role play using a Café linked to the Topic Come Dine with me.
Topic this half term is Come dine with me and we will be looking at a different genre of food each week starting with English food. We are planning trips to the Wigmore fish and chip shop, Mc donalds and Pizza hut.
We will be having visits to West to see our Buddie class Red. This week we are going tosee them and to use the zip wire weather permitting.
In maths Kingfisher Class have been looking at patterns and money. Take a look at our selection of photos below!
We have been busy making an advert for our hot chocolate which we will be selling at the Winter Wonderland this year. We used the green screen when filming which allows us to get rid of the background behind us and replace it with an image of our choice. Keep an eye out for the final result
I am Colette the class teacher and my TA2 is Nicola. We are supported in class by Becky and Natalie. We have 4 boys and 3 girls this year in Kingfisher class and everybody has settled in well. We had a busy and productive first week back and looking forward to the rest of the school year.
Our Literacy book this half term is Peace at Last by Jill Murray and we will be linking Reading, Speaking and Listening, Writing, Art and Craft and ICT activities to our story.
The hour was late and Mr Bear was tired. But he could not sleep - however he tried and wherever he tried.
Snore, snore went Mrs Bear.
Tick-tock, tick-tock went the clock.
Would he never get to sleep?
The familiar noises, repetition and beautiful illustrations make Jill Murphy's delightful Peace at Last an all-time favourite bedtime story with children and adults everywhere.
Our Topic this half term is Champions and we will be learning a new skill each week for example ball skills, bean bag, dance skills etc. We have a trip planned to St Albans Park to use the exercise equipment and our weekly Assemblies will be linked to the Topic.
I look forward to meeting you for meet the Teacher on Thursday.