Our Learning Journey
Welcome to our Learning Journal!
Hello all! Keep checking back on this page weekly to see what we have been up to at school.
The Jolly Postman by Janet and Allan Ahlberg
- Number Recognition
- Writing Lists
- Creating Envelopes
- Writing Letters
- Shape Recognition
A Nest is Noisy by Dianna Hutts Aston
English - Alliteration
Maths - The Census (counting forwards and counting backwards), adding and taking away.
Phonics - Consolidation of Phase 3 sounds.
Spring - Focus Story - Titch
Art Day from home - creating snowflakes
Christmas Jumper Day from home!
English - Adjectives, writing a ‘good sentence’
Maths - rectangles and squares
Crazy Hair Day
Christmas provision 🎄
Book - Handa’s Surprise
Maths - one more/less
English - Adjectives
English - adjectives
Maths - number compositions
Phonics - ch, sh, th, ng
Wheat - Farming
Remembrance - Poppy making
Phonics - y, z, zz, qu
Farm animal - sheep
English - writing facts about sheep
Maths - Shapes and positional language
Farm Animals - Goats
Maths - Creating different number compositions
Mr Dalton's Active 10 - Live on Microsoft Teams
Farm Animals - Cows
Maths - Representing numbers
Farm Animals - Hens
Maths - Patterns
Our first week of Farmyard Animals - Pigs!
We have been very busy in Chestnut Class - there has been lots of learning! This week we have started to learn our sounds s, a, t, p and i. On Friday, we all read our reading books with both teachers, to see if we could identify our new sounds. In Maths, we have been practising pegging washing on the line, ensuring that matching socks are placed next to each other. Next week we start our 'Farmyard Animals' topic. During this topic we will look at animals you may come across on a farm, and how to take care of them.
Welcome to Chestnut Class! We have had a brilliant start to the new term and the children are settling really quickly into school routines and procedures. Much of our focus this week has been getting to know each other.
This week we started our whole school topic of 'Emotions and Change' by looking at the story 'The Colour Monster'. We have coloured in a monster - with our own choice of colour - and have compared the feelings from the story to our own individual experiences. This has been a great conversation starter between children and has helped us all to normalise that everyone feels different in various situations - and this is ALWAYS okay. We had a big discussion about emotions and concluded that it IS always okay to feel any emotion - whether its being sad, angry, happy, excited or the need to cry. After this discussion we all spoke about different ways to manage our emotions around school and at home.
Check out our display below and hopefully later this week will have some pictures up of the children engaging in our provision activities.