Mrs Jenny Cocksedge and Miss Kat Daines
Autumn 2018 - Summer 2019
Forest School photos
Please see some lovely photos of the children in action. See Curriculum tab and then Forest School.
Spring & Summer Term topic webs
Each term we look at what we need to focus on with the particular children in Ducklings. This does change however we thought it would be useful for you to see roughly what we have planned for the year ahead (subject to change).
Autumn 2017 - Summer 2018
Thank you to all parents that were able to make our class assembly. The children did very well! Here are a few photos you might like to see.
New photos have been added to Curriculum tab and then Forest school area. Please have a look. Lovely photos of our Ducklings.
Please continue reading with your child while off school along with their current Read Write Inc sounds as per the recent assessment. Number recognition and ordering numbers is also a quick activity to do. Children could also draw a picture of themselves in the snow and even write a sentence about their snow days.
Our recent Author visit - James Campbell
Please click on the below link which will take you to our curriculum page. If you then select English and scroll down you will see some details plus a video of part of the session.
The prime areas of learning in Development Matters are Communication and Language, Physical Development and Personal, Social and Emotional Development.
'The prime areas begin to develop quickly in response to relationships and experiences, and run through and support learning in all other areas. The prime areas continue to be fundamental throughout the EYFS as they support development in all other areas.' (Development Matters, 2012:4)
The specific areas of learning in Development Matters are: Literacy, Mathematics, Understanding the World and Expressive Arts and Design.
'The specific areas include essential skills and knowledge for children to participate successfully in society. They grow out of the prime areas, and provide important contexts for learning. ' (Development Matters, 2012:4)