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Birch Class Learning


Communication & Language

This term in Nursery we are thinking about On the Move. The children will be listening to stories that involve different kinds of transport and talking about known routes.

Physical Development

Personal, Social & Emotional Development

We will be continuing to understand and detect the feelings of others. The children will be beginning to understand how these skills will be modelled but they will also taught through 'Dinosaur School'. Dinosaur School is a program that teaches the children about feelings and rules through puppets. The children will also be accessing the program ‘Think Equal.’ The program celebrates diversity and differences and encourages children to see each other as equals through stories and activities.


Expressive Arts & Design

We will exploring the role play area, engaging with small world play, moving to music and mark making with a range of different media and finally, we will be making different vehicles, kites and decorations for our Pride celebration.


In Literacy the children will be listening to stories relating to transport.


In maths this term the children will be learning through songs, games and hands-on-activities. The children will be solving mathematical problems involving partitioning and using the vocabulary more/ less. They will be practising counting skills to 10 and beyond (for some children). They will be recognising patterns, creation patterns, sorting and grouping objects and learning about 2D and 3D shapes. We will be using the language of direction.

Understanding the World

This term the children will be thinking about; changes they notice from eggs to chicks. The children will also continue to notice changes around them in forest school.  

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