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Foundation Stage 2

 

Welcome to FS2!

 

Our teachers in FS2 are:

 

Miss Hough (Teacher)

Miss Eyley (Teaching Assistant)

 

 

chough@intakefarm.notts.sch.uk

 

Welcome to FS2! 

Autumn 2

 

Please remember to bring your book bag, with your reading book and reading record inside, everyday!

Library books will be changed on Fridays!

 

 

Our PE day is Wednesday!

This half term, we are doing yoga!

On Wednesday, come to school in your PE kit ( blue, black or grey shorts/joggers/ leggings, a white polo shirt or t-shirt, trainers)

This half term we are learning all about ourselves and our families and considering our similarities and differences. We will be answering the question 'What do you celebrate?'

 

What will we be learning this week?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reading 

Please listen to your child read at least 3 times per week and record each read in their reading record with a short comment of how they go on.

In your child's reading record you will find guidance of what to work on and look for, matched to their book phase.

 

Please also help your child to practise the letter sounds and tricky word cards, that are in their reading folder.

 

Reading Snake 

This half term, we are starting a new reading reward scheme. Every child will have the reading snake, below, in their reading record.

Reading records will be checked weekly and reads will be rewarded with a stamp.

If children complete the snake, by maintaining 3 reads per week for the half term, they will receive a special prize from Mrs Barnston!

 

Check out our Positive Pants!

 

We now have a 'Positive Pants!' display in our classroom where we are displaying lots of positive things that children have done both at school and home.

We would love to hear from you the positive things that your child has been doing at home. For example, being a good friend, helping a sibling, learning to ride their bike, helping to wash the car, wash the pots or cook dinner.

 

Please share, on Tapestry, the positive things  that your child has been doing, so that we can celebrate these at school too!

 

We look forward to seeing your Tapestry posts!

 

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Please upload pictures of your WOW moments at home to Tapestry. We can't wait to see what you have been doing!

Outdoor Learning Activities

  • Go on a Scavenger hunt- Can you find things on the list below?
  • Ask your grown ups for some old or spare bowls, cutlery, cooking utensils and pans to take outside and create your own Mud kitchen - Can you use flour, oats or natural materials and water to make your own porridge?
  • Make a nature wrist band - wrap masking tape   (sticky side up) or paper  around your wrist and stick on natural materials.

 

 

   


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