On the Move
This half term we will be exploring the topic 'On the Move' We will be looking at a range of texts about different types of transport and journeys. We will be reading Naughty Bus, finding out about different emergency vehicles and looking at larger machines. We will be creating our own non fiction books and writing stories, re-telling stories and using role-play to explore. We have lots of opportunities for exploring outside, and we will use our senses to make discoveries in our outside world. We will be looking at seasonal changes as they occur, and carrying out a traffic survey from Forest School and thinking about the effect traffic has on our environment. We are so excited for this half term and can't wait for all adventures!
Please read our year group newsletter for more information!
Entry and Pick up time changes
Reception will be coming in between 8:50 and 9:00 - Gates will close at 9am
Rabbits will be picked up in our normal place at 3:05 - please pick up on time as Years 1 and 2 follow on from us.
We will continue to have P.E. on a Wednesday morning. Please come to school in your P.E kit on this day and ensure hair is tied up and earrings are removed.
We will also continue to explore the forest school area in our 'Muddy Monday' sessions, engaging with our natural environment. Please bring a pair of wellies in a carrier bag to school on this day, it is best that the children do not wear them all day. Children will need weather appropriate clothes (raincoats, sunhats, winter coats etc). We will go outside whatever the weather!
Reading is so important and you should try to read every day with your child. Sharing bedtime stories, reading comics, subtitles on the TV, reading the books we send home and accessing Bug Club online - login details are in your child's reading records. Reread the books on there as this will help to develop your child's confidence and fluency.
We will be changing reading books on Monday and a Friday. Please send your reading records in every day as we will be hearing them read during the week. Last term the majority of children in Rabbits appear to not be reading at home - I appreciate this is difficult when they are learning to read but it is important that you share the books - the more they read a text the more confident they become and fluency develops. You can make a huge difference to your child's reading skills and knowledge, use of phonics, learning key words and love of stories. Reading is important to every subject that they will be taught in their education.
Home time challenges will be set on a Friday to be completed by the following Friday. Please check our home time challenge section for more information.
Use this section if you need to contact Rabbit class teacher, Miss Sawkins
Oxford Owl- online reading books to access from home - Please find the link for the oxford owl reading website. Our class login is Rabbitclass2020 and our password is classrabbit2020. There are some brilliant reading activities, and free online books for your child to read. These books are all linked to your child's book colour band, so you can choose books suitable for their ability. Happy reading!
Twinkl - is a fantastic website with lots of free resources for all areas of learning. There is a range of activities, powerpoints, books and resources that you can use to support your child's learning. There is a free subscription for parents to use.
Phonics play - Please find the link to the phonics play website. There are lots of free interactive games that you can play with your child. We play a lot of these games at school so the children will enjoy practicing their phonics skills at home too.
Play Hooray - Please follow the link to the play hooray blog. This blog shares lots of fun and exciting ideas to engage your child in some learning at home.
Bug Club - login details in your Reading Record. Lots of books to read and games to play.
Purple Mash - login details in your Reading Record. A wide variety of activities including those set for home learning challenges.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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