Bats - Miss R Jones
Croeso i Bats!
The class teacher for the Bats class is Miss R Jones, with her is Mrs R Groves, Miss L Long and Miss T Wood.
Our topics this year are:
What is a reflection? - Why can I see myself in a puddle? Are a butterfly’s wings the same? In this topic we will be finding out about reflections and symmetry
Will you read me a story?- Was the Big Bad Wolf really so bad? How many bowls of porridge did Goldilocks eat? In this topic we will be finding out about fairytales, goodies and baddies!
What’s that sound?- What’s that sound? Do you like things to be loud or quiet? In this topic we will be finding out about familiar and unfamiliar sounds and music.
Why do Zebras have stripes? - Why do Zebras have stripes? Where do lions live? In this topic we will be finding out about Africa and the wild animals that live there.
Are we there yet?- Which vehicles move quickly? Can you ride a bike to Australia? In this topic we will be finding out about transport, travel and places .near and far!
Can I switch it on? - How does it work? Can we switch it on? In this topic we will be finding out about technology and how it works
Homework and PE:
Our Homework day is as and when informed by Miss Jones. Reminders will be sent out on Dojo. Our PE day is a Tuesday. Please ensure children have PE kit in school at all time. Kit will be sent home at the end of each half term for washing.
Additional information about our class:
We have Stay and Play days each half term which is a perfect opportunity for you to come and spend time with your child in their environment. Please can all children bring in a piece of fruit each day or £1.00 per week for fruit. The Nursery years are your child’s first experiences at our school and we aim to provide a smooth and happy transition into Penygarn with lots of fun, happiness and learning. Please use class Dojo to share pictures of your child's learning with you at home. We love to see what you've been up to!
Do not hesitate to contact Miss R Jones if you have any questions, however big or small.