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STARTING SCHOOL IN 2024? - Click here for Transition Page

 

Fledglings Class 2023-24

Welcome to Fledglings Class - a place of fun, laughter and learning! 

 

Meet the Team

Miss Bagnall - Teacher

Miss Coleman - Teaching Assistant

Mrs Majoor - Wed PM Teacher

Mrs Williams - Friday PM Forest School Leader

Mr Wimbury - Friday PM Forest School Teaching Asssistant

 

Come and see where we do our learning in Fledglings Class...

Fledglings Classroom

Come and see where you will learn in Fledglings Class!

  

How we Learn in Fledglings

 How We Learn

 

Look at our Learning

Click on the topics below to see what we have been getting up to:

Autumn 1 - Marvellous Me

 Autumn 2 - Let's Celebrate!

Spring 1 - The Clifton Gallery

Spring 2 - What a Wonderful World

Summer 1 - Past and Present

Summer 2 - Once Upon a Time

Information for Families

PE
We have PE on a Wednesday and a Friday in Fledglings Class. Children can come to school in their PE kit on those days.

Forest School
Reception Class attend Forest School on Friday afternoons with Mrs Williams. They should always have a full waterproof and wellies with them in school. If your child is wearing a skirt on Fridays, please send trousers for them to change into. Depending on the weather you might want to send additional clothing e.g. hats, gloves, hoodies, sunglasses, sunhat etc. 

Drink Bottles and Snack 
Children need a labelled drink bottle in school every day. It is sent home every evening to be washed and returned as large amounts of bacteria can build up in unwashed bottles. Children should have water only in their bottles wherever possible. Children can refill their bottles as many times as they would like to during the school day. We offer free fruit at snack time, and milk is free for those under five. When your child turns five, you can pay for milk each day through the school office. Children may bring their own fruit for snack if they wish but no other snacks are permitted.

Lunches
Children can bring a packed lunch to school or order lunches through the school office. All children are entitled to Universal Free School Meals in Reception and Key Stage One, but these still need to be ordered. Children can have packed lunch one some days and school dinners on others.

Spare Clothes
Children should always have a full set of spare clothes in a cotton bag on their peg in case of accidents or getting wet/messy. This should include a full set of clothes and underwear. Please ensure that these are labelled.

Book bags, Reading Books an Home-School Diaries
Your child's book bag, Phonics book, library book, home-school diary and reading record should be in school every day. Your child will only receive a new Phonics book each Monday but can change their library books as often as they choose. Please note that new Phonics and Library books will not be issued until previous books are returned. 

Support Resources
Below you will find links to the Communication4All Number Formation Rhymes we use in class, our information page all about the Little Wandle Phonics Letters and Sounds Revised Programme we use to teach reading in Fledglings, and a link to 'Miss B Reads' where you can hear Miss Bagnall read our Books of the Week and lots of other books and stories. If you require any other support, please ask a member of staff who will be happy to help.        

Number Formation Cards

Little Wandle Phonics

Miss B Reads