Welcome to Kingfishers (Y3) in room TA5
In our class Lorraine is our class teacher, Kylie, Leanne and Toni are our teaching assistants. We are also lucky to have Erin as our teaching student! There are 9 of us altogether ( 5 boys and 4 girls) and
we love making friends, playing games, exploring objects and learning new things.
Our Topic for Autumn is called Kings, Castles and Dragons, through which we will be exploring different land uses; thinking about different types of houses and where we find them. We will investigate a variety of materials including rocks and use magnets to carry out some scientific experiments. We will look at different castles and think about the Kings and Queens who lived there and the jobs of all the different castle workers.
Continue to scroll to find more information about our topic and home learning activities to complete.
How do we learn in Kingfishers?
Communication, Thinking and Problem Solving, Creative Learning
We all communicate and learn in different ways and in Kingfisher we have lots of fun trying out various learning styles to see which help us to grow and enjoy learning. We have lots of sensory activities to encourage conversation and develop vocabulary. These can include water try, messy play activities, using our senses to explore the world around us and developing our fine and gross motor skills. We use various resources to support our communication ranging from PECS, Makaton, Gestural Prompts and Objects of reference. We take part in Sensory Circuits during the week which help with Alertness, Organisation and Calmness. We explore indoor and outdoor learning settings and have opportunities to participate in adult led group work, 1:1 workstation tasks, child led learning and continuous provision learning through play. 
Autumn Topic
Kings, Castles and Dragons
Home Learning Journey
Please find below some stories, information learning slides, web links and activities you can do at home with your children. These can be used at all times and especially if you are self isolating or in lockdown due to Covid19 restrictions. They will be updated to reflect each terms learning objectives and themes. Along with links and resources which we use all year to develop and help make progression with our learning.
Be Safe Online!
In 2021 it is a vital part of teaching and learning to keep all young children and their parents aware of the benefits of and the dangers of using the internet. E-SAFETY is  and integral part of our part of our curriculum and with Remote Learning being at the heart of our current pandemic, awareness of how to keep yourself and your children safe online is paramount. Please spend time to look at the information below which will help support you with your understanding of online safety and ways to explain and share this with your children.