Welcome to Foxes Class

We have 10 wonderful, happy pupils, who really enjoy learning new things and being extremely creative through all of their work. Our age range for this class is from Year 3 to Year 6.

Our Class Team is:

Class Teacher:
Miss Banks

Teaching Assistants:

In Foxes we are following the EXPLORE Pathway Curriculum where we are learning through sensory and practical activities. These are always fun for the children and it helps them remember what they have learnt. We also follow a nurture program which means we socialize with our friends, take in turns sharing puzzles, sing songs, yoga, dough disco and lots of sensory activities to improve our fine motor skills This helps our well-being throughout our busy day.

All children are rewarded for all their efforts throughout the week with some choose time of a reward for their choice, on a Friday afternoon we have a fun activity to support all our skills we have learnt all week.
As you can see we have a bright colourful classroom to help with our learning and to make it a happy place to be.


Please read our Home Learning for more information on what we are learning and ways to support us.

During Term 1 we will be learning more about me and my family these will link to our class stories My Funny Family. Throughout this term we will also be focusing on our emotions to continue with our well-being theme. We will be looking at other areas to support our individual needs and targets. In Math’s we will be looking at Place Value, Subtraction and adding. During our English we will be focusing on comprehension in our English stories and reading as part of our guided reading section. We will focus on our Phonics and sounds to support our reading and not forgetting all the creativity for our art to support out talented crafts to make the story come to life. This term we will be taking part in our PE lessons which will look at winter sports. During our science we will be looking at experiments to see how things work. PSHE will be a cross curricular activity and some extra support throughout the term when required. We will cover areas like know the benefits of exercise, know what a healthy meal looks like and how to make a healthy meal, importance of sleep, safe hygiene routines and money saving and spending, Again these all link to all our cross curricular activites.

Things to remember:

  • Soft Play is now available and will take place in our soft play area and will take place in a Rota system to make it fair for everyone.
  • Reading Diaries will go home every Friday please make a note in the book if you shared at home. Also make notes to the class teacher to inform them of any changes, but in other circumstances if we need to let a parent know what has been happing at school this may go home every day instead.
  • Home reading books will be exchanged every Friday providing the previous book has been returned when this is available to take part. Please read at home at present time with the children to encourage their reading, until this becomes available again and use the online Myon app to support you with this.
  • PE lessons are on a Tuesday. This is taking place outside in the playground on good weather days and inside the school hall on other days. (Please let the children wear there PE kits to school or send these in a named shoestring bag for us to keep in school.
  • Forest School is on a Wednesday and these are non-uniform days. Please supply a waterproof coat for them to wear to keep them dry from the rain. Also when the weather starts to change please can you send a warm waterproof coat and wellies to keep the children warm and dry as much as possible.
  • Music is on a Tuesday we are learning to use musical instruments to make rhythm to songs that we know and links to Me and my Family.
  • Friday’s will continue to be non-uniform days for the foreseeable future.