Photo Gallery of the children. Please check your email for the password.
Autumn 1 Weeks 2 and 3
Now the children are settling into the routines of the school day we are beginning our journey through a exciting and challenging curriculum. Using the story of The Little Red Hen we have done some story ordering and choral speaking. We will move on to writing some simple words soon. The children loved baking bread in the D+T room and we had a great PE lesson focusing on floor movements and balance. In Maths we have been focusing on counting and number recognition.
Please see topic bubble/curriculum map attachment for more info.
We will now be sending some basic homework to be completed most weeks, the handwriting booklets sent home in Week 2 support the phonic work done in class.
On Thursday 28th September I will be out of school so the class will have Mrs Bedford.
Well done F2H for settling into school so brilliantly.
Autumn 1 - Weeks 1 and 2
Wow Wow Wow! Firstly Miss Booth and Mr Hassall would like to say a huge well done to all of FS2 for your first days at Jesse Gray Primary School. The children have been confident and cheerful every morning helping us to have some lovely days of learning and fun. With so many new things to learn just about the school day we have been so impressed with how well the children have focused and remembered what to do and where to go.
This week and next week we have been getting an idea of where individuals are at in terms of some Maths and Literacy skills. Whilst we have been doing this the children have had fun choosing activities in the classroom, shared area (see pictures below) and outside area. The whole school topic of hats has been brilliant, with FS2 producing some lovely artwork and having some great photos taken based around the story of 'Mrs Honey's Hat' (see the display board in the main entrance to school).
Hopefully you have all received some information this week about what this half term has in store. Please feel free to email us with any questions and queries, our email addresses are at the top of our class web pages.