Reading Together

The children took part in a Reading Together session on Tuesday 23rd October. Many parents/carers and other family members came along to share a new storybook 'Little Monkey'. The story is about a little monkey who wants to be able to do what all the other monkeys do in the jungle. She goes on an adventure but there is a problem.... a large tiger is following her.

A visiting librarian from Rotherham came into school to take part in the FS2's reading session, reading the story to the children.

The children thoroughly enjoyed sharing their new storybook with a grown up and making their own tree for our jungle on the wall display. Over the half-term break the children's Home Learning task is to make a monkey picture or model.

Look at the photograph of the display 'Sharing Learning' which shows the children's Home Learning- we were really impressed with all their monkeys!!!

Going on our Autumn Walk

  The FS2 children enjoyed exploring the school grounds looking for signs of Autumn.  They collected lots of different leaves and used them in their learning to create fantastic leaf print patterns and repeating patterns.

Fun with the Parachute

We had to move out of our classroom for the day so that the decorators could paint some of our classroom walls. We were very busy all day doing our learning in the school hall. At the end of the day we had a fantastic time using the large parachute. We worked together to play some parachute games.

Look at the photographs to see how much fun we had!!!



Welcome to our new FS2 children

Our new FS2 children are settling into school life at Whiston.The children are enjoying learning with their friends. They are all very busy.........


Maths Workshop

For more information and pictures follow this link Maths in FS2 and Year 1

FS2's new outdoor learning area

We are so excited now that our new outdoor learning area is finally complete and ready for us to use.  We have been exploring each area to see what is there and talking about our ideas for our learning.

Take a look at the photographs........