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I am Mrs Hughes. I teach in Ladybirds on a Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
I love teaching in Ladybirds as I get to visit the forest every week on a Muddy Monday. I also teach music on a Monday. I lead music across the school and I enjoy listening to lots of different music and love trying to sing different songs, even though I am not a natural singer!
When I am not at school you will often find me out with my family and enjoying some of our local area and the different activities it has to offer.
I am Miss Burgoyne. I teach in Ladybirds on a Thursday and a Friday.
I love being in Ladybirds as teaching early years is my passion. I love seeing how the children develop and change so much, in the short time we have them.
I lead art across the school and I really enjoy seeing the children playing and exploring the creative area and using their imagination to create wonderful pieces of art.
In my home life, I am kept busy being a Mum and I love to spend time with my family.
This term our topic is 'Where will my feet take me today?' We will be looking at our local area as well as places we have visited around the world. Please see the attached curriculum leaflet.
Here is some useful information to help all EYFS parents. Please ask one of the EYFS team if you have any questions.
Welcome to the week: 6th June
Good morning everyone,
We hope you had a fantastic half term and enjoyed some of the jubilee celebrations. I can't wait to hear some of your news when I see you this morning.
Today we are working on a new music unit: 'Reflect, rewind and replay' which builds on the skills we have been working on throughout the year.
In Muddy Monday we are going to be concentrating on drawing things we can find in the forest and we are going to measure the forest, using our feet.
This week we are looking at the story 'All aboard for the Bobo road' which is a story based in Africa and it's all about a bus journey. We have chosen this book as it will work well with our outings in the minibus on Tuesday.
We will also be practising our handwriting and working on writing simple sentences this week, in our new work books.
As always, it's a jam packed week and we are looking forward to being back at school, for the last half term of this school year!
Please ask if you have any questions and thank you, as always, for all of your support.
Have a super first week back,
Mrs Hughes, Miss Burgoyne and the EYFS team.