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Friday 16th October 

 

Hummingbirds, your first ever term at school is complete and it has flown by! We would like to say a HUGE well done to all of you! We are very proud. You have settled into the school routine amazingly! Such superstars!

 

This term we have achieved lots together, whether it be making relationships with other children and adults, or reconnecting with existing friends. We have been developing our phonic skills learning new phonemes, we have also been thinking carefully about our Minster Muscles and how we could use these throughout our school day. We are coming into school motivated to learn, we are showing teamwork by helping each other tidy up, and we are also developing our independence!

 

We hope you all have a fantastic half term and return to school ready to have a lot more fun and learning!

Wednesday 7th October

 

We have had a productive start to our week. We have been busy learning lots both in the classroom and outside area. So far we have learnt the phonemes s,a,t,p,i and we continue to look at these along with the new phoneme n.  We love watching Geraldine the Giraffe and singing the jolly phonics songs.

In Literacy we have continued to learn about Goldilocks and the Three Bears, creating lots of pictures and painting.

Maths we are increasing our knowledge of number.

We have had a very busy week so far!

What we have been learning this week....

Our drawings of the three bears!
Fantastic paintings of the bear!
After collecting leaves we had a try at leaf rubbing!
Wow Hummingbirds we are nearly at the end of our first full week at school, and how amazing you have been! We are so proud of how all the children have adapted to their new environment, and are trying their best to show good sitting, good listening, and good looking on the carpet. 

This week in literacy we have been looking at the story of Goldilocks and the three bears, in maths we have been focussing on ‘all about the numbers’ 1, 2 and 3, and in phonics we have been learning new phonemes s,a, and t to help us begin to read and write. 

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