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00AM / 00PM - Mrs Shires

Welcome to Lower Foundation Stage

 

In our lower foundation stage we have up to 26 children in two sessions; one in the morning from 8:45-11:45 and the afternoon session from 12:30-3:30.

 

The staff members are Mrs Suzanne Shires the teacher and Mrs Julia Davys the nursery nurse.

We are learning through exploring, investigating and playing. The day is broken up into sessions and includes phonics, maths and story done in groups and free play sessions. During the free play sessions, Mrs Shires and Mrs Davys work with the children to achieve objectives that are focused and unique to each child.

 

Whilst your child is on their exciting journey through lower foundation stage they will be developing their self help skills and independence. You can help them with this by encouraging them to :-

 

  • Put on their own coats and zip them up
  • Find their own coat, bag and accessories such as hats, gloves and water bottles
  • Be independent at going to the toilet
  • Recognise their name

 

We ask that you send your child with a water bottle that is named and their book bag every day. If your child is going to require spare clothes please put them in a named bag and hang it on your child’s peg. If your child requires help with toileting please see Mrs Shires

Red Nose Day (March 2019)

Red Nose Day (March 2019) 1

World Book Day (March 2019)

The ladderless window cleaning company!! Having fun on World Book Day.

 

 

 

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Our topic this half term is WINTER.

 

We have started our topic on winter. We will be looking at what happens in winter and how our world changes. We have talked about winter clothes and how to look after ourselves.

 

We have had new children start, they are all settling well and getting used to our routines. They are making friends and the other children are been super helpful and looking after the new children.


We are learning self help skills such as doing up our own coats and putting on our own gloves. 

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