Welcome to the EYFS class
We are pleased to welcome back our fantastic classes into our busy EYFS unit.
There are 8 Pre-school children who are cared for by Mrs Webb and Mrs Dutton in the afternoon. There are 25 Nursery children with their class teacher Miss Carnelley and Mrs Webb is their teaching assistant.There are 17 Reception children with Mrs Fay as their class teacher and Mrs Hopkinson enjoys coming to learn and play with us in the afternoons.
Our class is named after the local National Trust property, Hardwick Hall. The school is located just under 4 miles away from the Elizabethan house, built by Elizabeth Shrewsbury the ‘Bess of Hardwick’ in the 1500s.
This term we will be learning all about Dinosaurs for our topic. The children have asked to learn more about them so we have built in some time before Christmas to explore what happened to the Dinosaurs. The children will use all the areas of the EYFS curriculum to explore the topic and make links within their learning. We will continue to use the inside and outside areas to work and play. As we move into December, we will learn about the Christmas story and the celebration of Christmas. We are looking forward to a busy and exciting term!
Please view our learning letter below, to see more about our topic and important information, including our timetable. We would like to encourage all children to take part in our home learning tasks, attached below. We hope you enjoy the term. Parents please continue to use Tapestry to send and receive pictures of your child and what they have been doing in our classroom.
Here are some links to games and activities we will be using this term.
Take a look at our photographs from the year so far…