Frog Class is made up of 10 pupils and 3 staff. Miss Beckley (class teacher) will be working alongside Miss Woodfield and Mrs Jackson to support the children with leaping into learning whilst having an enjoyable time in class. The learning within the classroom will be adapted to ensure that the children’s individual needs and interests are catered for whilst at the same time making learning fun and memorable for everyone.
Class rewards include working our way up to number 10 on our space chart, making it to number 10 means we get a prize at the end of the day and a Frog on our Woodsetton reward system. The children move their faces up the charts to allow them to celebrate their own successes as well as boosting their confidence and promoting good choices within class.
We strive to inspire each pupil to achieve their full potential by aiming high, encouraging them to challenge themselves and be happy in their surroundings.
We have thoroughly enjoyed being 'Dinosaur Detectives' this term and we now look forward to focusing on celebrating Christmas. We will learn about how different cultures celebrate Christmas. In the Spring term we will move onto our topic of 'Happy Ever After' and in the Summer term we will be learning about 'Rainforest Adventures'.
Throughout the year we will continue to demonstrate our school values whilst having a 'ribbiting' time.
Our PE days are on a Tuesday and Wednesday, we will be having PE with R Sports an Worcester Cricket. Please make sure your child has their PE kit to keep in school and is clearly labelled. We will send these home during the last week of the half-term to be washed reading for the 2nd half-term.
Our forest day is on Monday. Your child can come dressed in their forest clothes to school. Can they please bring their uniform in their bag to get changed into afterwards...as they may get a little messy. We also need a pair of wellies to keep in school.
To support our English, Geography and History curriculum, Pathway 2 (Owls, Frogs & Bees) are planning some exciting visits. We are hoping to visit Forge Mill Park in West Bromwich and the Black Country Living Museum near Easter time. Letters with more information will go out closer to the time.