Home Learning Projects:
Week Beginning 1st June 2020
https://www.topmarks.co.uk/ – range of maths and English games
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize – further information on a range of subjects
https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers – active videos for a range of subjects
https://www.twinkl.co.uk/go/sign-in – Twinkl Go, type in the code provided by staff
School Year 2019 – 2020
Mrs Chapman is Blossom Class Teacher and Mrs Sheldon is Blossom Class Teaching Assistant.
There are currently 10 children in Blossom Class. We practice our phonics, counting and writing daily. All children complete a Literacy and Maths task with either Mrs Chapman or Mrs Sheldon each week and then the rest of the time is spent learning through play, with Mrs Chapman and Mrs Sheldon playing alongside us to extend learning and to observe our learning. Learning and achievements are recorded in learning journeys and work books.
Learning in our class is play based and we spend most of our time learning through exploring. All of topics are chosen in response to the children’s interests and learning is planned for based on children’s individual and group needs.
By the end of their Reception year in Blossom Class, children are expected to achieve the Early Learning Goals. These focus on the children; playing co-operatively, being confident to try new things, talking about their feelings, listening in a range of situations, following multi step instructions, expressing themselves effectively, showing good control in large and small movements, understanding the importance for good health, reading and understanding simple sentences, using phonic knowledge to write phonetically correct words, counting reliably from 1-20, using everyday language to talk about measure, talking about past events, knowing about similarities and difference in the world around us and using technology and sing songs and enjoy movement.
We have one PE session a week on a Friday. Children will bring home a reading book every week which we encourage you to share at home. Children will be assigned a reading day and a book change day.
What are we learning?
This term we are learning all about different types of weather and trying to answer questions such as, ‘What happens on a windy day?’, ‘Why does it rain?’, ‘What is the weather going to be like tomorrow?’ and ‘How do you make a Rainbow?’. We will be making our own windy sticks, measuring how much rain water we have collected, making our own rainbows and even presenting and recording our very own weather forecast!
School Year 2019 – 2020
School Year 2018 -2019