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:
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In order to provide a setting that has a rich, rounded curriculum the Foundation Stage classrooms are separated into areas. These are:
Small World Area
Foundation Stage 2 news...
Hello Key Stage 1 and Foundation Stage!
We hope you are managing to keep yourselves busy while you’re at home. In case you want a change of Yoga activity from Cosmic Kids here is a great set of Yoga Stories. Choose one and you can read the book as well as complete the Yoga poses:
We used different materials to make space helmets to wear on our journey to the moon. We went on an adventure just like Little Bear in the book ‘Whatever Next’.
We made bags to fit the moon rocks that we found. They had fallen from space and we needed to make sure our bags were big and strong enough.
Chinese Food and Restaurant
We tasted Chinese food in class. We tried noodles, fried rice, spring rolls and prawn crackers with dips. Yum! We also took on different roles in our class Chinese Restaurant. We read the menu, ordered our food and a chef cooked it for us.
Chinese Dragon Dance
We used percussion instruments to create music for our Chinese Dragon Dance. We worked with our friends to make our own dances.
Chinese New Year
We found out about Chinese New Year in class. We made dragons, lanterns and made the Chinese arch in Liverpool.
Rock Ferry Library
We walked to Rock Ferry Library to meet Kirsten the librarian. We read our ‘Booktrust’ story and made masks. We loved looking at the different buildings that we saw on the way there.
Roma and Sita
We dressed up as Roma and Sita from the Diwali Story. Don’t we look great?
We made quilts using different textures to keep the characters from ‘Pumpkin Soup’ nice and cosy.
We performed the ‘Wriggly Nativity’ for our family. We had fun singing and dancing.