In our Foundation Stage we have 2 classrooms - Elms and Oaks and 2 shared outside areas - the deck and the garden.
We thought we would show you a few photos of our classroom and outside areas so you would know what they look like.
Unfortunately we can't film a tour of our classrooms at this point as our rooms have been changed around to meet current guidelines and do not look the way they will in September when the guidelines change. Hopefully these photos will give you a taste of what our classrooms look like.
This is the corridor outside our classroom doors. This is where you will wait in the morning and we will then come into the corridor to meet you.
This is also where you will be collected to go home at home time.
Oak class door Elm class door
This is the Elm classroom. Miss Riggs teaches the Elms.
Our writing area
Our reading basket
Our calm pod
An area we can sit to have some space and time to ourselves if we want it
or sit and chat or read with a friend.
This is the Oak classroom. Miss Agambar teaches the Oaks.
Our Maths Area
Children can select resources to investigate their own ideas in maths.
Both classrooms have their own coat racks where we can hang our P.E. bags and coats
Our toilets are within our classrooms. 3 toilets in each room so it is easy for children to access and be supported where needed.
This is our deck area, both classrooms join to this area. We do lots of learning based around maths and literacy in this area.
These our our Maths and Literacy sheds where we store items the children can take out to follow their own interests
This is our garden and playground area. It has a cover to make it accessible in miserable weather. It is accessed through the Elm classroom and is used by children from both classrooms. This area is often used to develop physical, creative and social skills.
This is our pirate ship which includes a ladder, netting and a short climbing wall to reach the inside and a slide to get back down!
This is our stage where we can practise singing, creating music, acting out stories and creating our own stories.