Foxes Class

Welcome to the class page for Foxes!

This is where you can find out about what we have been learning, our daily routines and see what Foxes is all about.

Mrs Lottering is our teacher and Mrs Pritchard & Miss Furley are our teaching assistants.

Please come into school wearing your P.E. kit on our P.E. days which are Monday and Thursdays.  We take part in the Daily Mile, wearing our normal school uniform, every Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday.  We have ICT on a Wednesday afternoon.

To learn more about what we will be learning during the academic year 2023-2024 please refer to the Curriculum Overview below.

We are looking forward to a fun filled year of learning!

Forest School

During the second half of the Autumn Term Foxes class will be taking part in Forest Schools every Wednesday morning from 8th November 2023 to 13th December 2023 (6 sessions).  During this period Foxes will only have PE once a week on a Thursday and therefore they should wear normal school uniform on Mondays.

Forest School is an ethos which encourages children’s emotional and physical development through outdoor play, activities and exploration in a woodland environment.  The philosophy of Forest School is to encourage and inspire individuals of any age through positive experiences and participation in engaging and motivating achievable tasks and activities fostering:

  • Independence
  • Confidence
  • Communication Skills
  • Self-esteem

These attributes have proved to be an effective foundation that raises academic achievement and is therefore an excellent way to support the National Curriculum and consolidate learning in the classroom.

Forest School takes place outdoors whatever the weather.  Therefore waterproof/showerproof clothing is essential, sensible footwear and other clothing appropriate for the weather eg hats and gloves in the cold.  PLEASE ENSURE CHILDREN BRING THEIR NORMAL SCHOOL UNIFORM INTO SCHOOL TO CHANGE INTO AFTER FOREST SCHOOL. We will undertake activities such as shelter building, bug hunting, den making, knot tying and other creative tasks.  Many activities will be spontaneous, based upon the children’s interest.  Forest School activities involve the lighting of fires and the use of tools.  All the activities are checked for safety and risk assessments have been carried out.