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Cassatt - Year R

Welcome to Cassatt - Year R!

MiniMindfulness by Mrs Evans

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Previous Year R Distance Learning Planning can be found at the bottom of this page.
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CVC Dominoes

The Early Learning Goals

Activities to try at home linked to the Early Years Learning Goals

In Cassatt class: 

we are a team, 

we respect each other 

and we take risks,.

 

Welcome to the Cassatt class page of our school website.

Year R is a special year where we set the Foundation for the love of life long learning. You only have one childhood so let’s make it fun and memorable.

 

For the Summer term…

The Year R team is Mrs Jacob and Mrs Chater, along with Mrs Jary and Mrs Henderson

Cassatt class will be split into 2 bubbles. Mrs Jacob and Mrs Chater will be with one group of children, whilst Mrs Jary and Mrs Henderson will be with the other group. We will all follow the same planning whether your child is at school or learning from home.

 

We hope that you have been enjoying our “How does your garden grow” topic from home? This week will be our final week of learning in this area. Thank you so much for all the amazing things that you have been doing, we love seeing the fabulous learning that has been taking place via Tapestry. 

 

The next few weeks will involve adjusting to our “New normal” at school. We will very much be focussing on the children’s wellbeing and ensuring that they feel safe and happy in our new environment. 

 

The week beginning 8th June we will start our new topic “Down on the Farm” this will involve learning about a variety of animals, looking at similarities and differences between them and us, and what they need in order to grow and survive. This topic will last approximately 3 weeks.

 

As school will be different and some children will remain at home, I will continue to update our Distance planning and we will all focus on the same areas of learning, whether the children are at school or at home. Once we feel that our down on the farm topic has run it’s course we will be asking the children what they would like to learn about next. I will of course keep you updated via the school website and Tapestry.

 

 

The Foundation Stage Curriculum is broken down into seven areas of learning – Personal, Social and Emotional Development, Communication and Language, Literacy, Mathematics, Understanding of the World, Expressive Arts and Design and Physical Development.  Over the term, the children will participate in all of these areas learning through play, story, discussion, rhymes, music and in so many other ways.  We hope you enjoy hearing about them all from your child!  

 

 

Our Learning Environment

Mini - Minibeasts - Topic

Mini - Minibeasts - Topic 1
Mini - Minibeasts - Topic 2

Super Structures

Our new topic super structures starts on Monday. This is where we learn all about amazing structures around the world. The children decided that they would like a lighthouse as their role play. If anyone has any binoculars that we could borrow (not new) we would really appreciate it. We also thought that we could make our own binoculars and telescopes out of kitchen rolls so please save them for us. We are planning on making our own boats made out of recyclable materials so again please bring in any yoghurt pots, plastic containers or any other containers that the children could use to make their own boats out of. Thank you and have a lovely weekend!

Life on the ocean waves

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Life on the ocean waves 2
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Garden Centre Maths for Week beginning 11th May

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