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Welcome to Yew Class
We are a class of 6 very busy boys. Our names are Theo, Oscar, Oliver, Joshua, Noah and Rocco. Hannah is our class teacher and she is supported by Gemma, Vicky, Elle and our apprentice Melia. 

 

We have a very busy and structured timetable and we love to have lots of fun! 

Through teaching and learning activities and play, we are working towards our social communication, our independence and our level of engagement.
We are provided with interventions throughout the day to support our sensory and emotional regulation. These interventions ensure we are ready to learn. 
The activities we carry out across our day help to develop a range of skills including; communication, play skills, social skills, fine motor, engagement and independence.

We hope you enjoy our class page!

Yew Class Newsletter (Autumn One)

Take a look at what we have been up to this term...

Autumn Two

Our topic this half term is Baby, It’s Cold Outside. Stories we will be shared reading are: ‘We’re going on a Polar Bear Hunt, Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What do you hear? And A Christmas story’. For our numeracy sessions we will be continuing to be working on numbers, recognising our numbers, and developing our awareness of quantity. Autumn Two is our favourite term as we are so excited for... CHRISTMAS! We are so excited to visit Santa at our very own grotto in school, have our Christmas dinner in school, have our own Christmas party and complete lots of lovely Christmas activities in class.

Take a look at what we have been up to during Autumn term Two...

Spring One

Our topic this half term is 'Alien Invasion'. We will be focusing on colour mixing for our creative sessions and will be getting very messy! For literacy we will have a big focus on our mark making skills and some of us will be describing different types of aliens using descriptive words on our communication board. We will be focusing on shapes during numeracy and will be naming different shapes, exploring them, creating patterns and saying how many sides they have. We will be continuing with our educational visit to the park each week and this term we will be visiting Sefton Park. 

Take a look at what we have been up to during Spring One...

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