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Summer Term in Ash Class

Knowledge Organisers for Summer Term 1

What a wonderful end of year celebration. Thank you to all the parents for you constant support over the year. We hope you have a wonderful summer. Take care and stay safe! Best wishes, The Foundation Stage Team 😊

Observational drawing of the school Guinea Pigs - Bramble & Bluebell

Today the children had a visit from their new class teacher for 2021/2022. Each child has received a letter to state which class they are in. Everyone was very excited about Year One after meeting their new teacher.

This is Mrs Spiller. She will be the Class teacher in Elm Class next year. She told the children about all the things she likes to do!

This is Mrs McAndrew. She will be the class teacher in Beech Class. She read the children one of her favourite stories!

In forest school we collected sticks for our fire next week. Explored the wildlife in the pond and tested out our paper aeroplanes!!

What an exciting end to the week! Today we took part in our first ever Trull School Sports Day. We are so proud of all the children for taking part.

Today we said goodbye to our butterflies. We have really enjoyed watching them over the last few weeks....

This week we celebrated World Music Day (21st June). The children have taken part in different musical activities all week and we will be sharing some of the things we have done in tomorrow’s celebration assembly!

After our drumming workshop we decided to make our own music instruments!

We have even had a go at some body percussion!

Forest School foraging to create clay creatures.

We are so proud of all the children. It has been a very busy half term! We hope you have a lovely holiday and enjoy the sunshine! 

We have been talking about different ways we can stay healthy and look after our body. Today we thought about the importance of exercising and keeping fit and healthy. During playtime we tried different activities that got us moving!

This week we took part in an amazing Indian Dance Workshop at the memorial hall. The children enjoyed listening and dancing to different Indian music. We all learnt some new dance moves together, it was so much fun!

On Thursday we were visited by Pete the Poet. He told us several stories from different countries. We went on a flying carpet, dressed up as toys and played musical was very exciting. Luckily we made it back to school before the end of the day!

Mental Health Week in Ash Class

We used our Forest School time to explore the clouds above and imagine the shapes as different things. We listened to our breathing to calm us and Mrs Heywood read this story about recognising peace. We were taught different finger play techniques to calm when troubled and Mrs Bottomley shared a video about how to calm ourselves when thoughts get too big.

What a wonderful week in Ash Class! We have started reading the story ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’.

Look who visited us today!!

In maths we have been playing lots of games to help us recognise numbers up to 20. We have been using ten frames to help us count beyond 10.

This week we met our new school guinea pigs- Bluebell and Bramble. They are going to live in Elm Class, but the whole of Key-stage One will be helping to look after them.

This week we all made it onto the Super Star in PE! In Athletics the children have been practising running in a straight lines on the school field. They all listened well to instructions and ended the session playing lots of team games.

We have enjoyed exploring our school field during playtimes.

In maths we have been working with numbers beyond 10. The children have been using ten frames to help count and recognise different numbers. In phonics we have been practising our tricky words, blending and segmenting lots of sounds to help us with our reading and writing.

What a super start to the term. We have all loved taking part in our weekly forest school session!