Foundation 2

In ‘Growth’ children will-

  • Observe and discuss the lifecycle of a butterfly.
  • Make and taste ‘Hungry Caterpillar’ fruit salad and discuss healthy eating. Write a recipe and list of ingredients.
  • Research and document the lifecycle of a butterfly.
  • Observe ‘minibeasts’ using a magnifier.
  • Plant seeds and nurture plants.
  • Learn the names for parts of a plant and label them.
  • Role play ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’.
  • Grow their own beanstalk and keep a diary of growth.
  • Learn about and take part in scientific investigations on what plants need to grow.

Number and shape work will include-

  • Solving problems involving doubling and halving.
  •  Ordering, recognising and writing numerals 1-20 and beyond.
  • Saying the number that is one more and 1 less than a given number.
  • Measuring heights using a variety of methods – cubes, rulers, paper clips, the ‘Giants’ Hands’.

Literacy skills-

  • We will continue to practise writing sentences, using capital letters, finger spaces and full stops.
  • We will also be focusing on rhyme.

Our stories, songs and rhymes will include-

  • The Very Hungry Caterpillar.
  • The Bad Tempered Ladybird.
  • Jack and the Beanstalk.
  • Jasper’s Beanstalk.

Parents can help by-

  • Reading with your child.
  • Looking at nature in the local area.
  • Encouraging healthy eating and exercise.
  • Completing the homework challenges.

Class Teachers

Foundation 2 Teacher
Mrs Saunders

Support Teachers
Mrs Payne

Important Dates

1st May 2017
Bank Holiday

26th May 2017
School closed for training.

Class Newsletter

Class Information

P.E. Information

P.E. Days: Wednesday

Please ensure that your child has a named P.E. kit in school at all times.

Library Books Information

Library day: Tuesday

Reading Books Information

Reading will be done with the children every day and books will be changed when ready to move onto next book – this could be any day of the week. For this reason, please make sure book bags are in school every day.

Homework Information

Homework: Collected Thursday, returned Friday


To keep headlice under control, remember… once a week, take a peek!

It is really important to check for lice weekly, even if you do not think your child has them. If you do find headlice, please treat immediately and notify a member of staff so that other parents can be made aware. If your child has long hair, tying it up might reduce their chances of catching them.

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