Font size: +

Summer Term Letter

Dear Parents and Guardians,

Welcome to the Summer Term!This is always a very special term for EYFS and we can't wait to spend more time outdoors in the sunshine! On sunny days, please can you send in a named sun hat. Your child will still need a coat every day, as the British weather can change very quickly.Please can you write their name on all your child's clothes.This will help us return the right clothes to the right child!

We are very excited because we had a special delivery of duck eggs.We watched the ducklings hatch, watched them grow and even watched them learn to swim!

All the children love water and sensory play, so please make sure that you provide a spare set of clothes for your child and put them in a draw string bag on your child's peg.On Mondays, we will be continuing to visit the woods, the field and the gardens for Muddy Monday.

This half-term we will be basing our learning on Owl Babies and finding out more about Birds.

Communication and Language: Talking about our families and the people that live in our house.

Physical: Holding a pencil and using it with control.Ball skills.

Personal Social and Emotional: Working as part of a group on a shared task.

Literacy: Re-telling a story and creating our own stories.

Maths: Hunting for shapes in the environment and talking about shapes.

Understanding the World: Watching the ducklings hatch and grow.

Expressive Arts & Design: Creating birds from a variety of materials.  Listening and responding to different types of music.

Please remember that Friday is Library Day.All the children can borrow a book from our Library.They can keep the book for a week and then bring it back to swap it the following Friday. Please talk to the staff if you cannot find your child's book.

Thank you for your support!

Miss Cavanagh 

Six Little Ducks
Marvellous Mini beasts!