Welcome to the Foundation stage page. In our Foundation Unit we encourage children to be independent in their learning!
Have you seen the Kids' Zone? Play games, and visit some cool websites. You can vote for your favourites!
Foundation A enjoyed completing their sponsored obstacle course for Sports Relief.
Foundation A enjoyed coming to school dressed as their favourite characters from a book. We brought our stories in to share with our friends and Miss Allen has also kept some to share during story time next week.
Foundation A enjoyed making and tasting fruit kebabs
15.11.19 Foundation A chose to represent houses in a variety of different ways, just like Mr Adventure! We linked our learning to Characteristics of Effective Learning. Take a look at the different ways we chose to represent our learning.
Foundation A celebrate anti bullying week 12.11.19
We celebrated anti-bullying week by wearing our odd socks to school!
The children shared ideas of one small change they could make to ensure that our school is a happy place to be and we wrote these down in the form of a pledge.
We have displayed this pledge in our Foundation Unit as a reminder for us to always be a kind friend. Here are some of the ideas the children had:
Rayya "make sure no one is left out when you are playing"
Nimra "if someone is upset, ask them if they want to play"
Sky "ask people to play with you"
Jack "include everyone in your game"
We teach children to read by blending sounds and write by segmenting sounds.
Blending means combining sounds to make a word. Divide the word into the individual sounds. For example /s/ /i/ /t/
Segmenting means using knowledge of sounds to break it down to /p/ /i/ /n/ in order to write the word.
Below are some high frequency words and tricky words which children are to learn to read onsight
no go to I the we me be was he she my they her are all you
it at is in and
Early Talk Boost
What is Early Talk Boost?
Early Talk Boost is a targeted intervention aimed at 3-4 year old children with delayed language development helping to boost their language skills to help narrow the gap between them and their peers.
Talking Tips are easy to remember when you use LEARN.
Look at the pictures together
Encourage your child to talk by letting them start the conversation
Ask questions about the story
Remember to talk about things your child is especially interested in
Never rush; remember to pause