Autumn 2nd Half Term
Welcome back! We hope you have had a lovely break and are all ready for the next half-term in Elf Class!
This half-term we are learning all about Amazing Autumn, the children are already enjoying lots of fun, seasonal activities!
On Tuesday 12th November, we will be taking part in the sponsored ‘Wheelathon’. How exciting! If you have mis-placed the original letter and sponsor form for this event, please ask us for another one.
There are lots of important Christmas events to pop in your diary too:
As always, if you have any questions, please pop in and speak to Mrs Spencer, Mrs Williams or Mrs Foulkes.
Autumn - 1st Half Term
'Beside The Sea'
Welcome to the first half term of this new school year. It’s lovely to see our ‘old’ elves back with us again and we are delighted to also be welcoming many new families. We know that it’s going to be another fantastic year in Elf Class!
We are excited to have moved across into our new classroom, which is looking fantastic after being fully decorated and refitted during the summer holidays. Work is underway and ongoing now to develop our outdoor space, to make it the best possible learning environment for Elf Class. We will keep you posted!
Our topic for this half term, will be ‘Beside The Sea’. We have lots of fun activities planned. The attached ‘overview’ will give you an idea of some of the things we will be learning about.
On Wednesday 16th October we will be hosting a Harvest themed ‘Stay and Play’ session at 10.30 a.m. You can join your child in class for some fun Harvest activities and snacks.
We go outside in all weathers! Please make sure your child has an appropriate coat and a pair of wellies on their peg so that we can enjoy playing outside in rain, snow and hail!
We hope that you will enjoy receiving (via email) the observations and photos of your child playing and learning in Elf Class. If, after the first few weeks, you haven’t received any of these or are having any problem viewing them, please let us know.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to come and see Mrs Spencer, Mrs Williams or Mrs Foulkes.