Welcome back! The children come back to school happy and with such great, positive learning attitudes!
They were very excited to find a giant Dinosaur egg in the classroom on the first day back! Our literacy focus will be on books with the same theme with Dinosaurs also such as Bumpus Jumpus, Dinosaurumpus and Harry and the Bucket full of Dinosaurs. The children have already been very excited to learn about Dinosaurs!
Our learning this term has a music focus, we shall be learning about rhythm, beat, loud/soft sounds and of course exploring the use of different instruments. At the end of term we shall come together with Bond, McKee and Donaldson classes to have a disco celebration.
Please see the curriculum page to find out what we are learning across all areas of the curriculum.
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Welcome back to Term 3! We hope you all had a fantastic Christmas break, it has been great to see the children come back to school this week happy and ready to learn!. We all really enjoyed watching the Pantomime on the first day back and all sat so well to watch it! Well done Potter class!
Our topic this term is called 'Can we sign a Rhyme?' We have a literacy based focus this term, we shall be reading, listening to and learning to say and sign some different rhymes. Alongside Donaldson, Bond and McKee we plan to make a shared performance to parents and carers from these classes at the end of term so watch this space!
Please look in the 'curriculum folder' for more information about what the children will be learning about this term and a copy of this has been sent home this week.
We shall be starting swimming again Monday 14th January for the remainder of the term.
Please continue to send in stories for your children to share in our weekly sessions.
Check the classroom window weekly for the 'sign of the week', which your child will be learning and shall hopefully show you at home too!
Potter Class (Resource Base)
Please remember to send in stories which your child can share in our 'story sharing' sessions weekly.
Staff in all resource base classes have been trained as Story sharers through the 'Open storytelling project' and support all children with a range of communication needs to be able to share stories and have a 'voice'. Your input really is key to enabling your child's ability to share meaningful stories; whether they be big or small providing they are meaningful to your child our sessions provide an empowering ability for children to communicate through support of adult co-narration.
Story sheets are sent home and 'topped up' in book bags. Please remember to send in any props e.g. photos which will help the story become even more powerful.
Welcome to Potter class page.
We are a class of mixed age children ranging from Reception age to Year 2.
We have a fantastic and dedicated team of staff who work in the class. Miss Inkpen is the class teacher and we have four Teaching Assistants who work in our class across the week, Mrs Stevens, Miss Metcalfe, Mrs Cozens and Mrs Wardley.
Our Topic this term is 'Who lives in my house?'
We shall be learning about different homes and about our families.
Please visit the 'Curriculum' section on our class page to find out more about what we will be learning this term.
Please ensure that your child has a named PE kit in school during term and they have a set of wellies they can change into at playtime as the weather changes.
Also please remember we shall be going swimming every Monday so please ensure you send a swimming kit into school on the day to ensure your child can swim.
We use a range of communication programmes in our class to support how our children can interact and communicate to express themselves. Each week we shall be learning a new 'sign of the week' in line with the Makaton charity, our first week back in school we will be learning to say and sign 'good morning' to the adults and to our friends.
Please ask a member of staff if you need any support with this, we will always be happy to show you!
Sign of the week: Tablet
Sign of the week: To remember
Sign of the week: Aeroplane
Sign of the week: Grandad
Sign of the week: To walk
Sign of the week: Me