Welcome to Foxes Learning Page
Welcome to the Foxes Learning Page. We hope that you can find everything that you need here to help you understand how and what your child will be learning in the Foxes class. We are so excited about all the learning that will happen his year.
Meet the Foxes team
Hello everybody! I am Mrs Waine. I will be teaching you from Monday to Thursday. Mrs Ainsworth Teaches on Friday.
Mrs Waine Teacher Mrs James Teaching Assistant Mrs Ainsworth Teacher
In Foxes we are:
In Foxes Class we support White Rock Care Home in Barton on Sea!
We sing to them at Christmas time
and we send them letters, cards and pictures we have painted!
Learning in Foxes
Here is the our weekly timetable in the Foxes Class:
In the Foxes class we form our letters using a cursive script. Children continue to learn to write using cursive script throughout the school.
We follow the Monster Phonics programme in Foxes Class. Please see the separate page by clicking on the button below for further details.
Monster Phonics Maths Our Long Term Plan for Maths can be viewed below: Maths resources to support learning
Literacy Reading Communication and Language Physical Development PSHE Understanding the World Expressive Art and Design
The Early Learning Goals The Early Learning Goals (ELGs) are the goals or targets children are expected to achieve at the end of their Reception year. They will be working towards these goals throughout the Early Years Foundation Stage. There are 17 ELGs across all the areas of learning. The EYFS Profile is broken down into seven specific areas of learning: -Communication and Language - Physical development - Personal, Social and Emotional development - Literacy -Mathematics -Understanding the World -Expressive arts and design In the Foxes Class, most of our learning occurs naturally through play. We have a carefully resourced continuous provision, which we feel gives the children plenty of opportunity to develop in every area of learning. We provide enhancements within the provision and invitations to play for more in depth learning. Direct teaching also occurs to develop key skills. For more information on 'Development Matters' and the Early Learning Goals, please see the link below: Development Matters