Welcome to Foundation Stage 1 & 2

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Autumn Term

2020/21

Autumn Leaves

2019/20

Autumn Leaves

Spring Term

2020/21

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2019/20

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Summer Term

2020/21

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Foundation Stage 1 & 2 Curriculum Intent

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Curriculum Intent

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Mrs L. Paramore

F1 Teacher and 

Phase Leader

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Mrs T. Ishmilh

F2 Teacher - Conkers

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Teachers:

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Mrs E. Hanmer

F1 - E.Y.P

My favourite story is 'The Gruffalo' by Julia Donaldson. The Mouse is my favourite character - imagine how scared she was, walking through the wood where lots of other animals wanted to eat her. But she uses her thinking skills creatively to help herself.

Julie Donanldson is also my favourite author - I like the way she writes in rhyme which helps me remember the story when reading it, with lots of expression, to my pupils.

My favourite children's book is 'Room on a Broom' because I love how the words rhyme and flow. I also liked books about witches when I was a child.

My favourite children's author is Julia Donaldson - she creates fun characters that children just love to read about.

Miss M. Smith

F2 Teacher

Pine Cones

 

My favourite children’s book is Whatever next by Jill murphy. It is a beautifully illustrated picture book about a bear that wants to travel to the moon. This story is fun and exciting, it provided opportunity for your imagination to take over.  Jill Murphy captures a child perfectly through little bears character. I love how from seeing the moon and the owl at the beginning he has created lovely  play through finding object in the house to represent other...just like how children do in imaginative play. I can’t wait to share this book with my little boy.

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My favourite children's book is 'Room on a Broom' by Julia Donaldson who is also my favourite children's author. I love the way that it is written in rhyme and there is a sense of rhythm in the story.

Early Years' Practitioners

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Miss Z. Ahmed

E.Y.P - F2

My favourite children's book is 'The Very Hungry Catterpillar.' I really like how the caterpillar remembers what It has eaten every day.

My favourite children's author is Eric Carle because his books are fun to read and this makes them memorable.

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Mrs A. Peerbaccus

F1 - E.Y.P

My favourite children's book is'We're all going on a bear hunt' and I love the way Michael Rosen tells the story. His expression and actions help children learn new words that they can then put in their writing

My favourite children’s book is ‘Peace at Last’ by Jill Murphy, because the bear family reminds me of mine, and the ending always makes me smile!

 

My favourite author is J.K Rowling, because she has such a vivid imagination.