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Early Years

 

Mrs Reid- Class Teacher

Mrs Boyle - Teaching Assistant

Mrs Pickering - SENCo and Early Years Teacher

Mr McCauley - Apprentice Teaching Assistant

Miss George - Apprentice Teaching Assistant

 

Some useful reminders...

Homework - Home work will be set every Friday and needs to be returned by Wednesday of the following week.  Home work will include phonics and number work. 

Reading - All children will be heard at least 3 times a week.  Reading bags go home every night and are to be returned every morning.  Please hear your child read as often as possible and sign the Reading Record book. Thank you.

Welcome to EYFS

Check our page regularly to see what we are up to!

Every week we are exploring our outdoors through Forest School.  We are having an amazing time finding lots of interesting creatures and objects and talking and listening to our friends.  We have even made hot chocolate and bread around the camp fire - Mrs Reid was proud because we all had a try.  "This is really fun" a child commented during Forest School. 

 

Thursday 16th March 2017

We have begun to make our very own Bug Hotel ... What do you think of it so far?

INFORMATION FROM 2015-2016 CLASS:

Zoo and Jungle animals

As part of our topic we have had some very special visitors in school today.  We had great fun meeting our new friends, take a look...

Zoo and Jungle Animals

Our topic this term is all about animals.  We have had a trip to the pet shop where we bought our very own pets, two fish called Socks and Sparkle.  More photos to come...

Christmas

At Christmas time the children enjoyed a Christmas party where they had a special visitor.  All children received a special gift from Santa.  We were very lucky to have a class trip to Beamish Museum to visit Santa and feed the reindeer.  

Our Trip to the Post Office

In September we all wrote a letter to someone from home.  We put it in an envelope and went to the Post Office in Felling to send it.  We went into the Post Office to buy some stamps from the lady behind the counter.  We then stuck a stamp on our envelopes and posted them in the Post Box.  We hope the letters were all received! :)