Foundation Stage 1

We have enjoyed listening to many Winnie the Witch stories the past few weeks. We had an amazing dress up day for our Winnie party too. Our children have enjoyed making their own Winnie meals and potions. We have also been using 2d shapes to make pictures of Winnie and Wilbur. Winnie the Witch even came [...]
We really enjoyed Children in Need day this month in Foundation One.
Our new topic is: Can you sing me a song? We have all settled into foundation one so well and we are so proud of you all. We have been learning many nursery rhymes in this topic and have enjoyed the fun learning activities to match. Here are a few photos of us in the unit. [...]
Our topic this half term is “Why can’t I have chocolate for breakfast?” We have looked at many stories like ‘Goldilocks and the three bears’ and we have tasted porridge. ‘The Gingerbread Man’ and we decorated our own gingerbread man. Then we read ‘Handas’ Surprise’  and we all tried different fruits from the story. Here [...]
Today was a fantastic (but toasty hot) sports day for key stage 1 and foundation stage children. All the children were amazing and tried super hard. Massive congratulations to the winners. 3rd place yellow sweetcorn 2nd place green pears 1st place yellow lemons
Our Summer 1 topic has been “How many pebbles on a beach” We have really enjoyed looking at a range of seaside books, rhymes and songs. One of our tasks in maths was to count out objects to 10 using the different textured shells. As part of our home learning, we have all created a [...]
In Foundation 1 we have been planting some seeds for our outside area. We have been talking about how things grow and changes in the environment.
Before Easter, we had an Easter Bonnet Eggstravaganza competition.  Congratulations to all the winners in Foundation Stage and KS1 and well done to everyone who took part!
Look at our new outside area in Foundation One!
In foundation one we had a little visit from Rhubarb and Custard, our school pets. The children enjoyed stroking them and watching them play together. Dakota said “They’re so soft” and Axel said “so cute”.