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Kingsbury Primary School
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Summer Term 1

Week five - this week we have been working on our fine motor skills with threading and stacking cups, we have been working on number recognition and ordering numbers. We had forest school this week and enjoyed lots of sensory exploration. 

Forest school

Week 4 - this week we have been working on our fine and gross motor skills. We have been colouring in and making our own playdoh. We have been exploring with our senses and experimenting with different flavours although our favourite was chocolate! We have been learning about different colours and using our communication aids. Well done everyone! 

Week three - this week we have finally been able to take some lessons outside. We played in the water, had messy play and played in the sand. We are working on engagement and love it when the children independently engage in the activities. 

Forest School

Week Two - this week we have continued with our Magical Make Believe topic. We have been counting dragons and learning how to match numerals to quantities. We have been working on making choices and developing our communication. 

Week one - we have had a lovely and busy week back. We started our new topic Magical Make Believe. We will be looking at Dragons for the next couple of weeks. The children have really enjoyed the topic and we have done lots of sensory exploration. The children had a lovely time in forest school this week too! We have been working on recognising when someone is happy or sad. Wonderful first week back! 

Forest School

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  • Headteacher: Katie Lyon
  • Deputy Headteachers: Helen Smith and Ruth Watkinson

Term dates

Autumn Term 1 Ends - Friday 20th October 2023

Autumn Term 2 Begins - Monday 30th October 2023

Autumn Term 2 Ends - Friday 22nd December 2023

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