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 This year our classes are named after famous sports people and we chose Jessica Ennis-Hill because she never gives up, is proud of what she achieves and is always smiling; three things we aspire to be.

This year in FS1 the teacher is Mrs Churchward and she is supported by two fabulous learning ambassadors, Mrs Rizwan and Miss Tite. Together they will be helping us with our learning to enable us to be GREAT.

We are learning to be independent in our thinking and our play. We are learning to respect our environment and the people in it. We are learning to be a good friend. We are learning that it is ok to make mistakes and have another go.

We are looking forward to welcoming lots of new children and their families into FS1 this year.


SChurchward Curriculum:

MBaines Autumn 2 and Curriculum Jigsaw

Here is our summary:

Our class names are based on inspirational sports people .Our class name is Jonny Brownlee, a triathlete who has competed and won medals in triathlons all over the world with his brother Alistair Brownlee. The brothers became even more inspirational when an exhausted Jonny Brownlee nearly collapsed and was helped over the finish line by his brother Alistair. This was the foundation for choosing our class name as we believe in supporting and caring for each other on our journey through Wyndham together. We are one of three FS2 classes the others being Alistair Brownlee and Greg Rutherford. We are so excited to embrace our learning together and go through this exciting experience on our way to success! Our environments indoor and outdoor are geared to Creating the best opportunities for the children to help them thrive through challenge and creativity.

AMarvill Curriculum:

MBaines Autumn 2 and Curriculum Jigsaw

Here is our summary:

Welcome to the Greg Rutherford page! We are a fun, motivated and creative FS2 class taught by Mr Christie. Mr Beardsmore is our fabulous Learning Ambassador who will also be on hand to support the children with their learning.

We learn best when we take a truly hands on active approach, and therefore we try and access our learning through various ways that can facilitate that - from outdoor learning opportunities, to enriching trip experiences. There's no end to what we get up to in the Greg Rutherford class!


Our motto when entering the classroom is that we find laughter in every day, and that is something we constantly live up to! Our vision for being part of the Greg Rutherford class is to make sure that each and every single one of us makes GREAT progress - from the writing we produce, to the sums we can solve – we are determined to take our learning to the highest possible level. We understand the importance of attending school every day to truly help us achieve this goal.

We aim to not only grow as individual learners, but also make personal growth, and achieve personal goals – from having the confidence to speak out loud, to making new friends.

You can join us on our GREAT journey this year by following us on twitter -


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MBaines Autumn 2 and Curriculum Jigsaw

Here is our summary:

Welcome to the Prince Harry Windsor page! We aim to find fun in everyday and in all of our learning helping us to develop into happy, creative, independent learners and respectful citizens within our community. The Year Two class taught by Miss Syson, is also supported Mrs Bird, Mrs Hinchcliffe and Mrs Duerden, who all aim to support and help us with our daily learning.

Our vision within the Prince Harry Windsor class is to strive to be the best we can be. We welcome all visitors with friendly smiling faces and try to offer support and help to anyone who may need it, following our moto of 'Teamwork makes the dream work!' We are not afraid to take risks make mistakes which is reflected in our creative adventurous ways of learning. We show respect to all and try our best in all situations internalising the high expectations that make us GREAT.

We aim to not only reach our individual potential, but also work as part of an effective team to achieve our own personal goals. Providing support and encouragement to all. As we like to say 'the sky is the limit and dreams exist only to be accomplished.'

You can join us on our GREAT journey this year by following us on twitter - @WyndhamY2.

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MBaines Autumn 2 and Curriculum Jigsaw

Autumn 2
Our learning for this term is based around the book, "How the Grinch stole Christmas" by Dr Seuss. This classic story focuses tells the tale of the Grinch who despises Christmas due to the events of his childhood, so seeks to destroy it for all of those in WhoVille. The support and friendship of young Cindy-Lou Who, amidst all of the negativity towards the Grinch results in him learning the true meaning of Christmas, thus warming his cold heart and fostering a love of the holiday again.


Our English and Creative Curriculum learning sees us doing a great deal of writing this term. started off by receiving a letter from Mrs Baines-Chambers saying that she had seen a mysterious, green thing that was creeping around the school grounds. We became news reporters and found lots of clues to create a report on who, what, when, where and why, focusing on specific, precise writing. Our reports were fantastic and we helped solve the mystery to find it was the evil, cold-hearted Grinch! We then decided to create Grinch masks and investigated different materials in STEM and Design and Technology. We used the amazing Talk for Writing to write instructions for how this is done, focusing on using the coordinating conjunction 'and' and 2A sentences to write more complex sentences. We then progressed onto writing a diary entry from the perspective of a Who in WhoVille, where we learned a lot about emotive language and writing in the first person and present tense. We also ventured into writing a synopsis of the book in the same rhyming style as Dr Seuss. Here we learned about rhyming and used our summarising reading comprehension skills. We also explored materials further by investigating which material would help Stu Who stay dry in his new WhoVille home, how to melt the Grinch's heart and what would happen if Christmas Spirit was sprinkled on the Grinch's mountain in STEM.

Our 'Famous Person' for the term was Sir Bob Geldof – we learned about the amazing charity work he has done and then ourselves took action to perform acts of kindness to people in and out of school, and charity in his image.

In Maths this half term, we have been learning about positional language and have helped order children in a queue. We enjoyed this because we got to take part in games and races and then order ourselves using the correct positional language which helped us to see the order of Who's in the queue to Mount Crumpit. We then built on our knowledge of Number and Place Value by learning our Numbers to 20 and doing the operations of addition and subtraction to these numbers. These skills have built on our prior learning and have seen us exploring concrete, pictorial and abstract concepts and mastery language. We have been applying these skills constantly, be it counting the presents the naughty Grinch pinched, adding up the baubles on Boo Who's tree or subtracting parcels as they get delivered from the Who Post Office.

This term we also worked with Year 2 in our Christmas Production. We decided to take a twist on the traditional Nativity story and instead link our class learning into the story, by teaching Mr Grinch and Jack Skellington from 'The Nightmare Before Christmas' by Tim Burton (Year 2's Autumn 2 Book) about the true meaning of Christmas, including the religious element and the customs and traditions that are associated with this celebration. We have had a brilliant term and have loved all things wintry!

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