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WELCOME EVERYONE!

 We are the Hedgehog Class and we are the youngest and liveliest children at John Hunt Primary School!

 

Our teacher is Mrs Good and our teaching assistant is Mrs Anstey. Mrs Armstrong comes and joins us on a Wednesday afternoon and a Friday. Mrs Starbuck joins us every afternoon.

 We work from 8:30 in the morning until 3:30 in the afternoon.  Some of us stay all day and go to Lunch Club and some of us stay for just the morning or afternoon session.

Each child is special to us and we endeavour to guide  and nurture them, offering a happy, safe and stimulating environment where they will flourish and be the best they can be.

 

Whatever it is, we enjoy rolling up our sleeves and getting stuck in. You may find us planting golden daffodils, creating perfect pizzas, counting conkers we have gathered or writing letters in the air with our bottoms!

 

We are a purpose built Foundation Stage Unit with four interlocking indoor areas as well as our own outdoor learning zone and field! We cater for our youngest children who are 3years old and attend part or full time as well as our full time older children who are 5.

 

 Our Curriculum.

We follow the Early Years Curriculum at John Hunt Primary School.

This is made up of the Prime Areas and the Specific Areas.

The Prime Areas are

  • Communication and Language
  • Physical Development
  • Personal, Social and Emotional development

The Specific Areas are

  • Literacy
  • Mathematics
  • Understanding the world
  • Expressive arts and design
  

During the Autumn Term our topics will be:

  

 F1 – Marvellous Me

  • My family

  • Marvellous me

  • My friends

  • Where I live and who lives with me

  • Pets

  • Homes

  • F1- Warm and Cosy

  • Autumn

  • Bonfire night

  • Diwali story and celebration

  • Winter- weather

  • Christmas

  • Nativity

  • Hibernation

  • Keeping warm

  • Arctic animals

     

      

     

Autumn Term Letter 2019

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