At Wittersham we aim to provide a secure, safe, caring and stimulating environment for all the children in our care. We try to foster a love of learning and positive attitude in all the children as they embark on their own personal journey through education.
Miss Jane Thewlis – Class Teacher. Assistant Head
Ms Liane Stowell – Teaching Assistant
A Typical Day at School
We come in at sit on the carpet to register, following this we start phonics. It is very important that children are in school on time, as lateness will mean they miss this essential part of the day.
After that children have discovery time in the classroom where they are free to engage in a range of activities designed to encourage independent learning and problem solving, whilst still meeting the needs of the curriculum. Adults are on hand to interact with the children ensuring that they get the maximum benefit from any activity.
While these activities are happening we also have adult led activities which have a specific learning intention and aim to further the children’s learning and build up their key skills in different areas.
Children have snack and milk every morning which is a chance for them to sit quietly together and chat, this is often focused around our ‘weekly question’ which links to the core British Values, or to our 5 school values; Kindness, Forgiveness, Love, Respect, Perseverance.
We have daily worship everyday at 9.45am. Lunch time is at 12.00pm and all children have the opportunity to have a hot lunch or bring in a packet lunch if they prefer.
16th November: Non-uniform day; please bring in a donation for the school fayre
19th November: Christmas Fayre
25th November: Inset Day
13th December: Afternoon EYFS/Key Stage One Nativity
14th December: Evening EYFS/Key Stage One Nativity
16th December: Christmas Jumper Day
Our topic is Marvelous Toys
We are learning:
About toys past and present
To design and build our own toys
In mathematics we will focusing on:weight, time, number recognition, money and shape
In literacy we will focusing on:
Segmenting words for writing
Use the correct grapheme to represent sounds
Write sounds in sequence
PE is on Fridays
Books are currently being changed on a Friday
Phonics Screening help for parents: