Foundation 2 2023 - 2024
Please see the files at the bottom of the page for the Welcome to F2 Power Point presentation.
Foundation 2 2023 - 2024
Your teachers are:
F2A - Miss Birch with Mrs Wiggins
F2B - Miss Jones with Mrs Speed-Evans
F2C - Mrs Ainscough with Ms Horton
F2D – Mrs McLean and Mrs McKeown with Mrs Kendrick
Assistant Head teacher - Mrs Binks
Below is a sample timetable for F2 - if you have any question please speak to your class teacher.
The children will be set activities on Seesaw each Friday. These are to be completed on Seesaw and should be completed before the following Wednesday.
After October half term the children will bring home reading books and a reading log. Please give your child lots of opportunity to talk about and read their book, then write feedback for the teacher in their reading log. These will need to be returned to class by the following Tuesday.
Our focus during the coming weeks will be oracy (encouraging the children to vocalise their thoughts, share ideas and listen to their friends), intial sounds, labelling and sentence stems (children using the same sentence opening for example "I like to...")
We will also be starting out RWI lessons which teach how to say, read and write our letters.
At St George's we have a RESPECT framework, which the children follow throughout the school. Each half term the children learn about different characteristics of learning. The first characteristic is Resilience. We think about how it is important to keep trying our best, and how they can show resilience in their learning.
Alongside each characteristic of learning the children will also be introduced to a Learning Hero. Each Learning Hero is someone who shows our characteristic of learning, and this will help the children to learn more about the positive characteristic.
In F2 our Learning Hero for Autumn 1 is Zog, from the Julia Donaldson book "Zog", the dragon who shows lots of resilience when learning about how to be a dragon. Zog continues to try his best in every activity, even when he does not succeed first time. We hope that understanding how Zog shows resilience will help the children to show resilience in their learning.
Throughout the year the children will be rewarded for displaying the different characteristics of learning with dragon scales. The children display these dragon scales on a large picture of Zog, when Zog is full of scales the class will have a treat. Some of the treats include a film afternoon, decorating biscuits and a party afternoon.
Every Tuesday the children will have a PE lesson, children should attend school wearing their full PE kits. The children will be taught PE from a fully trained PE and gymnastics specialist, Miss Rimmer.
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