Larch and Kingfishers Classes

Kingfishers week beginning 8th February

We have enjoyed welcoming some new friends this week, as some children have joined us for the first time! In Maths we have been learning about numbers to 10, including doubles and one more and one less. In English we have been listening to ‘Mog and Bunny’. We have been learning the sign for ‘rabbit’ […]


Kingfishers’ Learning this week

This week in Kingfishers class we have continued our pets topic and enjoyed playing vets in the role-play corner. We have been learning to pinch and squeeze using our thumb and forefinger to develop our fine-motor skills and have also been developing our gross motor skills in P.E. In English we have been listening to […]


Welcome to Kingfishers!

This new blog will be shared between our two Resourced Provisions, Kingfishers and Larch. Despite the lockdown both Resourced Provisions are currently open and Kingfishers welcomed its first new children on Tuesday. Here are some photos of the brilliant learning which we’ve been doing in Kingfishers!


This week’s learning

This week in Maths we have been learning to use tens frames. These are a great way to work out addition and subtraction and our number bonds. We have also been using them to find ‘families of four’ and representing our calculations using part-part-whole models. Miss Hawkins also worked really hard over the holiday to […]


Ringo’s Home Learning Day 31

Using lego/building blocks, challenge each member of your family to try and make the tallest tower. Who used the most bricks? The least bricks? Whose was the strongest tower and why? Can you measure how tall the different towers are? Take some photos and email them to Mrs Aston or comment on the blog.


Ringo’s Home Learning Day 27

Help with the washing! Pegging is really good to practise fine motor skills. You could also try ordering the items on the washing line from biggest to smallest, pairing up the socks, looking at and discussing patterns, working out whether you have enough space to peg everything up. You could also practice counting in 2s […]


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