Welcome to Hedgehogs Class!
Hedgehog class is taught by Mrs Wilby and Mrs Wildey. Learning in Hedgehog class is supported by Mrs Saxby and Miss Wilson.
Autumn Term 2020
This term we have been settling into life at school, learning about new routines and how to access and use all the resources in the classroom. We have been following the children's interests and learning about autumn and what makes us special. We will be learning about celebrations and festivals, such as Bonfire Night, Diwali, Remembrance Day and Christmas.
Our brains are developing fast in Hedgehog class, as we learn to read and write and work with numbers and shapes. We are learning how to be good friends, share and be confident, resilient learners. We enjoy being creative and finding out about the world around us.
Our Class Blog
We have had a great first half term in Hedgehog class. The children have settled into school life and are confident to access all the areas of the classroom and outdoor area. We have enjoyed getting to know each other and making new friends.
The Nursery children have been enjoying learning about environmental sounds, developing their listening ears and learning to discriminate between sounds. They enjoy wearing their extra big listening ears! Reception have busy learning to hear and write single letter sounds, and blend and segment sounds in simple CVC words e.g. hat, lip, and.
We learn by practical, hands on activities in Hedgehog class and enjoy active learning. We are developing our counting and number recognition skills by taking part in activities such as counting conkers, searching for numbers in the sand and matching numbers to objects.
We are having lots of fun learning about autumn and seeing the world around us change. Being creative is something we all enjoy, from building models, painting a picture or playing in the role play area. There have been some fantastic models made using the large wooden bricks and beautiful paintings and drawings created.
Each week we enjoy taking part in Action Ants, learning how to move and travel in different ways, and using a range of equipment, to build our muscles.
Over the coming months we are going to be learning about Remembrance Day and making special poppies for our local war memorial. We will be busy making some special bonfire night pictures and of course getting ready for our next staring roles in our nativity!
Hedgehog class have Forest School on a Wednesday and take part in Action Ants on a Thursday. Children need to wear PE kits to school on Thursday. Waterproofs and wellies stay in school.
Supporting at Home
Please help support your child at home by using your child's phonic pack and reading regularly at home. Your support at home is crucial in developing your child as a confident and enthusiastic learner. Please read your child's reading book regularly at home and comment in their yellow reading record book. Remember, reading to your child is just as important as them reading to you.
High Frequency cards to learn are attached to the front of your child's yellow reading record book.