Welcome to Ash Class!
Meet the Staff
EYFS Leader and Ash Class Teacher: Mrs Govier
Teaching Assistant: Miss Sullivan
Ash Class Latest News
Welcome to the Ash Class page. The children are settling into school well and are learning the routines and structures of school. Some key information is listed below:
- PE days are Tuesdays (Group 1) and Thursdays (Group 2).
- Home reading books will be issued soon and will be changed once a week.
- Homework activities are set every Friday via One Note and photos should be emailed to email@example.com by the following Thursday, ready for our homework celebration.
- On Mondays, merit and manners certificates are given out through whole school celebration assembly on Teams. The child who receives the merit certificate will take home an Everywhere Bear pack, which contains special activities and adventures. Photographs and comments can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org and these will be shared with the rest of the class.
- We have started developing our 'Amazing Ash' display in class. Please send in anything your child would like to add to their photo frame (photographs can be emailed to email@example.com).
The EYFS unit (Pre-School and Reception) share topics and plan as a team, as all children free-flow and share the two classrooms and outdoor area. Please click on the topics below to see our plans for current or past topics this year.
Our topics this year are:
All About Me (Transition Topic)
Festivals and Celebrations
Fairy Tales/Traditional Tales
Things that Grow
All Around the World
Whilst our topics stay the same each year, our planning centres around the children's interests and the themed books change every year for three years. This ensures that the children who are within our EYFS unit over the maximum 3 year period have access to different learning opportunities each year.
Please see previous years medium term planning below
|Year 1 (2020-2021)||Year 2 (2018 - 2019)||Year 3 (2019 - 2020)|
|All About Me (Transition)||All About Me (Transition)||All About Me (Transition)|
|Festivals and Celebrations||Festivals and Celebrations||Festivals and Celebrations|
|Fairy tales/Traditional Tales||Fairy tales/Traditional Tales||Fairy tales/Traditional Tales|
|Things That Grow||Things That Grow||Things That Grow|
|All Around the World||All Around the World||All Around the World|
RE is taught twice a week in Ash class. We follow up our learning in our class reflection area.
Click here to see our RE themes.
New WOW moments slips are available from class or can be downloaded below. Please fill in a WOW moment slips and send it into school if your child has achieved something, learnt something or done something they are proud of out of school.
|2020 Ash EYFS Parents Newsletter Autumn 1.pdf||Download|
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Wow, i have just enjoyed half an hour looking through all the pictures. They look like they have had a fantastic term, thanks for all the great work, Isla has come on leaps and bounds both academically and socially since starting school! Can’t wait to see what she learns next term! Isla-Grace’s mum :)
Ava loved visiting the Lakeland Wildlife Oasis with her classmates. She really enjoyed seeing the pheasants because they were colourful. Her favourite picture is the one of all the group with Mrs Govier and Miss Blackwell on.
Thank you for taking us to Tesco, I liked the big freezers!! I liked looking at the pictures on the website
I enjoyed the trip to Tesco, especially the Fishmonger!
It was lovely to see the photos of Ash class visiting TESCO and Thomas told me all about the salmon having it's head cut off. He was easy to spot as he was wearing the blue jumper!! Jean apparently showed the class round and Thomas enjoyed his trip.
I really enjoyed Tesco visit my best bit was going in the chilly freezer
We looked through the school website and Libby found it interesting. She loved looking at the pictures of trip to Tesco and going through the online safety and watching the videos of Hector’s World
Great page for updates and what the class are/have been up to, school trips look like lots of fun and useful learning, Oliver has really been enjoying the topics so far this year :)