Frog

Teacher for 2023-24 Rebecca Sutton & Emma Stott 

Teaching Assistants – Natalie and Cory

Personal Support Worker – Tina

Class Updates:

In PSHE we have been learning step by step how to make a sandwiches. Each week we have tried different fillings. Some we liked more than others, but we still had a taste. A favourite was the cucumber. Kaiser was our star this week, over the weeks he has tolerated friends making them around him and him touching some of the fillings. Today he made his own sandwich and licked cucumber.  So proud! 

This week frog class made our own pizzas on toast. The class enjoyed spreading the tomato sauce. Of course we had to have lots of cheese on top. Bon appetite!  

Frog class have been getting into the Christmas spirit by making hand crafted gifts, wrapping presents to give to each other and playing party games! The class especially loved pass the parcel, which ended in a brand-new class set of play dough (a firm favourite activity for all children!)

Article 31 (leisure, play and culture) Every child has the right to relax, play and take part in a wide range of cultural and artistic activities.

On a Friday’s we get the pleasure of Rachel the artist. The artist we were learning about was Giuseppe Arcimboldo, he focuses on making faces out of food. The children made funny faces using vegetables. We then explored printing with them to see the different textures. 

Frog’s literacy focus this term is fiction from other cultures and traditions. The class have really enjoyed immersive learning experiences around the text “The Tiger Child”, retelling the story or putting their own twist to it using props and costumes. We’ve talked about how the people in the village might have felt when the tiger came looking for fire and, of course we had to give the tiger a name (Tom!)

Frog class have been exploring 2d and 3d shapes in different materials. We were focusing on patterns, what comes next in the sequence. We especially enjoyed making shapes with the play dough. 

Home Learning 

If you need to access home learning from home here are few websites that your child can access with you to continue their learning. You will find websites for English, maths, art, science and music.

Have Fun Learning!

Good Morning Songs

Maths

Try these number games to practice counting skill:

Help with cooking and baking at home to explore measurement and explore capacity in the bath by filling up and emptying different containers.

Fine Motor Skills

Join in with the story and dough disco:

Writing

Try forming letters and shapes with messy play. You could use shaving foam, porridge oats, paint or anything else at home.

Science

Explore dinosaurs and fossils with these videos and games.

You can also take a virtual tour of the Natural History Museum with the link below.

Have a look through our class gallery – coming soon

Class Newsletters and current Timetable.

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