|New Beginnings||Moving to a new class, new school and making new friends and learning to be a good, kind friend. Learning skills of good hygiene. Listening and paying attention in small group activities.|
|All about me and my family.||To develop an understanding about self and to be able to share this with other people. Naming members of our family and sharing what is special about our family. Explore the idea that our families are all different but may have similarities too.|
To experience, understand and learn about the world they live in, focusing on the season of Autumn.
|My Body||Looking after our bodies. Keeping ourselves healthy and hygienic. Naming parts of our bodies. Exploring our senses.|
|Harvest||Where our food comes from. Healthy eating. Farms and farming. Harvest festival – saying thank you for our food. Animals storing food for the winter.|
|Christmas||Introducing children to the story of the birth of Jesus Christ, discussing gifts and Christmas celebrations in order for children to know the key elements and also have FUN!|
|Birthdays and Celebrations||Learn about occasions/events special to themselves and others. Begin to develop respect and interest in the beliefs and cultures unique to different people around the world.|
|Getting on and Falling out||Form friendships with other children, respond to feelings and wishes of others. Work as part of a pair and a small group. Taking turns and sharing fairly.|
|Letters and Sounds||Practising segmenting and blending words. EG C-A-T says CAT Children will be introduced to their letters. The first six letters will be S A T P I N. The children will learn the sounds of the letters and will begin to practice how to write the letters using the lower case form. Further letters will follow on and we will keep you informed of these.|
|Mathematics||Children will be counting on and back to 10 each day. They will practice recognising and writing numbers through number rhymes.|
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