Foundation 1 2019 - 2020
Class Teachers: Mrs Noakes (EYFS Lead)
EYFS Teaching assistants: Mrs Evans, Miss Makinson, and Miss Burgwin
Assistant Headteacher: Mrs Binks
02.12.12 Today Foundation 1 visited Stollies to see what a real cafe is like! We smelt the coffee and looked at all the different machines in there. We even enjoyed a juice, a biscuit and a chat with our friends!
This week in F1 we have been doing lots of spooky activties. We have been using our counting skills to make potions and in Literacy we have been reading the story of What's in the Witches Kitchen
We hope you had a restful half term break and are ready for some exciting challenges. This half term in literacy we will be looking at the following books:
In F1 we have been learning all about Bonfire Night! We have been learning how to keep safe at a bonfire and how to keep safe around the home. We have been using chalks ad glitter to practice our fine motor skills and create wonderful pictures.
As part of our bonfire work our class teacher took us to the garden. We made a fire and ate delicious hot dogs!
The children in F1 have been wearing their pyjamas to school to raise money for Alder Hey Childrens Hospital. We raised lots of money and had a wonderful time wearing our pyjamas.
To celebrate harvest we created characters for a Veggie Village. We exhibited these at Upper Site as part of the whole school 'Harvesting Creation' arts event. Well done to all the grown ups who supported their children with this, there were some very imaginative ideas.
Reading with Mr Cassidy
Mr Cassidy came into read a lovely story with F1 this week. He shared his favourite story which was Monkey Puzzle! We really enjoyed listening to the story and talking about our favourite animals.
Open day event!
On Saturday 19th October we opened our school to potential parents of F1 and F2. The day was very successful and we were able to share our wonderful learning enviroment. Thank you to all those parents who attended!
Mental Health Day
We will be celebrating mental health awareness day on the 10th October. Children can wear something yellow to school that day.
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