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Owls F1 (Nursery)

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Outstanding Owls!

We have lots of fun and work very hard.

Mrs Harrison is the Class Teacher and Miss Allwood and Mrs Brewer are the Teaching Assistants. 

 

This half term we will be thinking about 'Our World.'  We will be sharing lots of books, looking closely at transport and exploring our local environment. 

 

Here are some links for you to explore! 

 

 

We will be looking in depth at our shared stories and will make story maps to help us when retelling them. We will use non-fiction books and the internet to find out information. There will also be e a variety of shared and independent reading and writing activities as well phonics lessons. Some of the stories we will be sharing are; The bus is for us, Foggy Foggy Forest, The Gingerbread Man and The Gruffalo Child.

 

 

In the first part of the term, we will be looking at our local environment and the changes, which happen in the autumn. We will also be thinking about occupations and transportation. We will have opportunities to explore the local area and talk about what we notice. In the second half of the term, we will be thinking about light and dark and different celebrations. 

 

 

We will continue to practice our counting skills through our daily ‘Cool Count’. We will be making sets, saying the total, adding one more and one less. We will be practising our counting skills in many different ways. We will be participating in shape, space and measures activities, including looking at 2D shapes, measuring and weighing objects and thinking about time.  

P.E is on Monday's. 

Please remove ear rings for this day. 

This term we will be practicing a variety of different skills for example throwing, catching, kicking and balancing. Foundation Stage Two children will be taking part in multi skills. In addition to this, we will be using our outdoor area to climb and balance, and learn how to travel safely avoiding obstacles. We will also carry out many different motor skill activities including, threading, using tweezers and cutting out shapes.

 

 

If you have any information to pass on, have any questions or need a quick chat, please do not hesitate to come and speak to us. Thank you for all your continued support. 

 

Mrs Harrison. 

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