Foundation Stage 2

Welcome to Foundation Stage!

Within our Foundation Stage team we have: Miss Campbell (Class teacher), Miss Simpson (Class teacher), Mr Traquair (Teaching assistant) and Mrs Oldfield (Teaching assistant). We are all excited to take your children on the first steps of their educational journey and aim for this to be a happy time for both you and them.

We follow the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum which enables your child to take part in fun, exciting activities catered to their individual needs.

Please read our class blog to see what the children have been doing.

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Blog Archive

If children were bigger than adults, who would be in charge? @bradwayp4c
In literacy we have been using our senses to help us imagine we are at the seaside. Today we focused on taste.
Some very excited FS2 children in the woods this morning
We had a great morning in the woods today, learning about our environment and how to use natural resources around u…
Lots of fun during today’s PE session run by Graves tennis coach @BradwaySport

In reply to Y1Bradway

@Y1Bradway @Y3Bradway It was a joy to come and read these reports today. They were fantastic and the handwriting was just beautiful!

In reply to Y4Bradway

@Y4Bradway The children loved this today. A quote from one as we walked back in the door ‘wow that was so good’
Welcome to the FS ice cream parlour. What would you like to order?
We began our P4C session in groups considering which animal we would rather be and why. We had to listen to each ot…
In P4C we had a look at a concept line. We looked at some photos and tried to decide which one was the most beautif…
We have worked collaboratively to create shark pictures . We made a Great white, a Hammer head and a shark fin.
Today we found a little friend in our mud kitchen! 🪱 He was kindly rescued by two girls who then made him a new hom…
Today we have used the iPad to take photos of our friends.
Yesterday we planted some sunflowers in biodegradable plant pots. Big thank you for the science ambassadors for pro…