Over the next few weeks, we hope you'll be keeping yourselves busy indoors. There are plenty of ways to do this: reading, drawing, watching cartoons, dancing, exercising, playing board games and creating your own games too!
To help you do something a little bit different each day and keep your mind active and healthy, below are various ideas and activities.
Click on the caterpillar and the butterfly below for more.
Welcome to Early Years!
In Early Years, we lay the foundations for learning.
We provide a rich and exciting curriculum both indoors and outdoors. We believe that all children deserve the best possible start with their time at school so that they will grow to become “confident, lifelong learners”.
At Bond, we recognise that every child is unique and that children develop and learn in different ways and at different rates. We follow the statutory framework for Early Years and so all our pupils will cover the 3 prime areas of learning and the 4 specific areas of learning.
Our Reception Classes:
Stripy Butterflies: Miss C Morrell (Class Teacher), Ms Jackson
Spotty Butterflies: Mrs J Best-Biddle (Class Teacher), Miss M Haque, Mrs Proracki
Our Nursery Class (AM and PM):
Caterpillars: Miss V Wallace (Class Teacher) and Miss S Maharaj (Class Teacher)
Mrs P Thurailingam and Miss L Gavin.
Our topics for 2018-2019
Autumn: Enchanted forest / Settling in / Traditional stories
Spring: Space and Aliens
Autumn: Teddy bears/Traditional tales
Spring: On the move/Journeys/What's for dinner/ Food and Drink
Summer: Let's Grow/Life Cycle/Beside the sea.
Personal, social and emotional development
Communication and Language
Understanding the World
Expressive Arts and Design
In addition, all our pupils will be supported to become effective learners.
Characteristics of effective learning
Playing and exploring
Active Learning; motivation
Creating and thinking critically; thinking