Foundation Stage 2
The staff in the Foundation Stage work hard to ensure that all children feel safe and happy in school. We endeavour to provide the children with an attractive, well-organised and exciting learning environment, both indoors and outdoors, and a wide range of different learning experiences. We also very much value developing strong partnerships with all the families. Please do not hesitate to contact any member of staff should you have any concerns about your child. We look forward to working with you in the future.
The staff in Foundation Stage 2 are:
Foundation Stage 2 news...
Foundation 2 have been very busy becoming gardeners to plant their own potatoes. We can’t wait to try them once they’ve grown!
Our parents have been invited to come into school and read with us. We have spent time reading with them in the afternoons. We have enjoyed reading lots of different books together.
F2GW went to visit Tesco to learn all about foods that are healthy for us. We made our own muesli and tasted lots of different healthy snacks.
Mersey Park have been putting on pumps, slipping on slippers & lacing up loafers for HAPPY SHOESDAY! Thank you everyone for your kind donations and for wearing your lovely shoes!
World Book Day
For World Book Day 2017 we came into school in our pyjamas and brought in our favourite bedtime story to read. Some of us even brought in a teddy! All of the year groups did lots of fun and exciting activities throughout the day. Some year groups went to the library, others met up with their reading buddies and other classes took part in a ‘World Book Day Quiz’. We finished off the day by listening to some of the teachers read from their favourite book in a very special assembly. It was a fun filled day for everyone!
World Book Day
To celebrate World Book Day we came to school in our pyjamas. We pretended it was bedtime and read our favourite bedtime stories to each other. We had a great day and loved reading our books!
We planted bulbs ready for Spring. We talked about the things bulbs need to grow and we found out they need soil, water and sunshine.We are looking forward to finding out the colours of the flowers that grow from the bulbs.
We performed a play called ‘The Enormous Turnip’ for our families to watch.
After the performance our families stayed with us to play games and some of them signed up to do a course called ‘Family Works.’
Jack Frost came to visit F2. We touched the ice, looked closely at the ice and then described it.