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Brilliant Bees Class

Class team:

 Janet Reed, Helen Singleton and Dominick Casswell (Class teacher).

Class story:


Class overview:

Welcome to Brilliant Bees Class!  

 In Brilliant Bees Class our focus is to provide a nurture-based approach to learning. The children follow the school’s 3D curriculum with more formal learning taking place in the mornings, which includes math's and phonics and community enrichment visits primarily taking place in the afternoons. Our community enrichment visits aim to provide the children with the opportunities to develop their resilience, social skills and understanding and their capacity to deal more confidently with the trials and tribulations of life. 

In Brilliant Bee’s class we are focused on supporting the class with all of their social and emotional needs, which is why the classroom has a second space where children can take time to self-regulate or they can go if they just need some quiet time. We also encourage the children to spend time outside as we understand how important this is to them and their wellbeing, and this is a big part of the children's day which they love! 

We are really excited to see what this year holds for Brilliant Bee’s Class and can’t wait to see all the progress and development the children make!

Learning together:

Learning Together The Hive Spring 2 

Outdoor learning:

Please send in a spare set of clothes which we can keep for this purpose as the children may get very wet and muddy. As we intend on continuing outdoor learning throughout all weather conditions, please be mindful of the weather and dress children appropriately.

General notices:

Please send social fund contribution (£6) into school as soon as possible to enable us to cook and provide daily snack.

We always participate in outdoor learning, whatever the weather, so can you please send a pair of wellington boots your child can keep at school.  As well as a hat and gloves when necessary, or indeed sun-cream and a hat.