Wow! Who can believe we are in the final half term of our first year at school? Time has certainly flown!
This half term we will be consolidating all our learning from the past year, encouraging increasing independence ready for Y1. In phonics we will be continuing in our groups looking at phase 3 and phase 4 sounds and words. Please remember to keep revisiting the tricky words for your child’s phase. In maths we will be solving simple problems and working on recording our workings and numerals. English is very exciting as we become authors - learning to write our own short stories. We have a theatre in our role play, this half term, complete with costumes and props to perform stories too!
In July we will be visiting the Yorkshire Wildlife Park. I wonder what we will see and which animal stories we will hear during our workshop…
We have already begun our transition visits for the children joining Foundation Stage in September. Our current children have been very helpful and great role models. If you see them around please do say hello and make them feel warmly welcomed into the Levick family.
Wednesday 20th June 11:30-12:30 – Transition event: Teddy Bear’s Picnic
As part of our transition events, children are welcome to enjoy a picnic from home on this day in the Foundation Stage garden. Parents/carers are welcome to join also to meet parents of our September 2018 intake. Those children having school dinners may join in for the first half before moving to the hall for lunch as normal. Don’t forget to bring your teddy!
Friday 6th July 9am-10am – Transition event: Coffee morning
On this morning parents/carers are invited to join us in the hall for a coffee morning, again to meet the new parents.
Monday 9th July 2:45pm – Presentation of Learning Journeys
A chance to review our year in Foundation Stage. At this time the Foundation Stage children will be presented with their learning journey which they can then take home to keep.
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