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9th September 2016

Our Learning Journey

This week, we have been embedding routines and behaviour expectations. Children have been introduced to the ‘beehive’ reward chart. We have been talking about what good behaviour looks like and children have been praised and moved up the beehive when they have achieved this. We have been playing lots of sorting games which has helped the children remember where our resources belong.


This week, the students have been using some ‘good manner’ words which have been made into two small sentences. For example “please … May I”.

Physical Education

In PE the children have been introduced to catching a large ball and learning the key components in which to do so. In swimming the children have been gaining confidence and have been introduced to the shallow end of our “big pool”.


In Music the children have been practicing beat and rhythm and playing un-tuned percussions. They have been singing familiar nursery rhymes whilst playing their instruments. They also sang familiar songs and started learning a song about modes of transportation.

Continuing Our Learning Journey at Home

We’d like you to play memory games at home this week. 

In class, we have enjoyed guessing the missing object. 

How to play: Choose 3 objects and hide them under some material (towel/blanket). Take one away. Ask the children ‘what is missing?’ Challenge children by adding more objects and taking more than one away. 

You can find more ideas on this website: http://www.activityvillage.co.uk/memory-games


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