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Woodpeckers Classes

Woodpeckers

Woodpecker class is made up of a group of nine children who are supported by Miss Davies, Mrs Hedgecock, Mrs Braiden and Mrs Simpson. The children within Woodpecker class form part of our Pathway One (KS1).

In Woodpecker class, we ensure that we continue to build upon and extend the experiences that the children have had during their early years. We move towards more structured topic-based learning and encourage our pupils to explore a variety of activities and experiences in which they can develop their confidence and independence. All children have targets in English and Maths and are supported to overcome their barriers to learning. Each term the children will encounter a different topic which allows for exciting and engaging learning experiences for all. We complete a phonics lesson every morning.

Woodpecker class aims to facilitate all communication needs and promote an inclusive classroom environment. Within the classroom, children will experience working in small groups and on a 1:1 basis. We want our children to feel safe, confident and comfortable and are encouraged to become more independent learners in readiness for Key Stage 2.

In Woodpecker class all our learners are valued, and we aim for every child to do their very best to achieve their full potential. We are proud of all of the pupils in Woodpecker class, and we will always aim to inspire every child to do their best.

Class updates

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Forest

Our forest day is on Thursday. Can your child bring forest clothes in a labelled bag on the day (pm session). We also need a pair of wellies to keep in school. Please ensure that your child’s clothing is suited for all types of weather.

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PE

We will be having PE on a Tuesday and a Thursday. Please make sure your child has their PE kit to keep in school and items of clothing are clearly labelled.

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PSHE

Our PSHE theme is Dreams and Goals. This will focus on supporting the children with making choices to achieve goals and strategies on how to ‘have a go’ and persevere with new experiences and skills.

Resources and downloads

Spring Newsletter 2023

Uploaded 06/01/2023

Autumn Newsletter 2022

Uploaded 12/09/22