Dates for your Diary
Award Assembly - Friday 24th January 2020 9:00am (by invitation)
P.E - Thursday
Reading Books at Home Thursday - Tuesday
Reading Books stay at School Tuesday - Thursday
Library Books - Alternate Thursdays
Fine motor skills
Fine motor control generally refers to control over the small movements of the hands and fingers, as well as the small muscles of the face and mouth (tongue) and feet. However, the focus is usually on developing the skills of the small muscles in the hands. Below are links to activities that will help develop various fine motor skills and build hand strength which will help with day to day tasks like using a knife and fork and pencil control and pressure for drawing and writing ...
We will continue building on our number skills and focus on our 'Number of the Week' This weekly focus helps us to understand that each number has a meaning as well as a symbol. We use Number-block characters and Numicon resources too, this helps us to develop our number skills even further and develop key mathematical language to enable us to talk through our thinking and develop reasoning skills. Our learning is to understand the mathematical words such as 'more' and 'less' we have been using number ladders to develop this skill too.
Useful Information about our Curriculum and What Expect When
Child initiated learning takes place Outdoors throughout the year, regardless of weather, so please ensure that your child is suitably dressed for the ever changing British weather.
Water is provided at snack time and is freely available throughout the day. Children can bring a labelled water bottle but we remind you that we are only allowed plain water because we are a ‘Healthy School’.
We politely remind you that children are not to bring personal toys into school, unless asked by a teacher.