Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1
In the infants our class teacher is Mrs Rillie with Mrs Boughey and Mrs Reed as teaching Assistants. They are all enthusiastic practitioners who love to support the children’s learning and help them to become the best they can be.
The infant class includes Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 children. Having a mixed age class has many benefits from the younger children having role models to the older children learning to support and guide the younger ones.
We are very lucky to have a large classroom which is split into different areas to meet the needs of all of our learners. We have a lovely outside learning area which we are always developing and changing and we are always busy and enthusiastic about our learning.
We have lots of fun in the infants and provide a range of exciting opportunities for the children to enjoy.
Why not come along and see for yourself!
Curriculum and Home Learning
Here at Weeton St Michael’s we have a two year rolling programme that includes six different topics which the whole school take part in. The children play a lead role in how we investigate these topics and it is their questions and interests that form the structure of the topics for the term.
The Autumn Term topic is
Useful websites for parents and children:
Hope you find the following websites useful to help your child with their learning.
www.oxfordowl.co.uk (Good website for free books online and tablet friendly)
www.jollylearning.co.uk (Useful website to find out about how we teach phonics and letter sounds in school)
www.bbclearning.co.uk (Useful website to search educational games and activities.)
www.topmarks.co.uk (Good website for educational advice, information and activities to support learning)
A collection of nursery songs from the Early Learning series Listen and Play and Playtime, both of which are currently available on i-player and as podcasts.
Suggested books for children, advice on how to read with your child, book lists, fun games, competitions to win free books, Children’s Book Club etc.
Words for Life is created by the National Literacy Trust, funded by Kindred², the Department for Education, and supported by UK publishers. It provides parents, children and young people with activities and support to improve their language, literacy and communication skills from home.
A useful website featuring free resources for KS1 (and the option of subscribing)