Menu
Home Page
Kingfisher Primary School is a member of Preston Primary Academy Trust.

Interactive Bar

Google Services

Search

Search

Translate

Translate

YR - Minnows

 

Minnow Class is taught by Miss Jackson with Mrs Worley, Mrs Francis and Miss Read as the Learning Support Assistants. Other staff members working with the class include Mr Frisby for Music on a Wednesday and Mr Bourne for PE on a Monday.
 

Updates throughout the year can be found on this Class Page, Tapestry and on our School Twitter page. 

All About Me

It has been lovely to welcome all of the children into Minnow Class. During the first few weeks of term we have been getting to know everyone through our all about me topic. The children have enjoyed taking part in a variety of activities around this theme and have loved getting to know all of their new class mates. 

European Day of Languages 

Minnow Class had a wonderful time celebrating European Day of Languages and learning all about France. We learnt how to say hello and goodbye in French and had a look at the French flag before having a go at making one. We then went to enjoy some French food in the hall and all of the children were able to try french stick, brie, crepes and madeleines. 

Autumn

Minnow Class have enjoyed exploring the topic of Autumn. Our story focuses have been Stickman and The Little Red Hen and we have enjoyed reading these and taking part in different activities. We have been on a welly walk to look for signs of Autumn. We have also been exploring the autumnal objects we have found and using conkers to help us with our phonics work. 

Harvest

Thank you too everyone who attended our Harvest Festival. The children had a lovely time taking part in all of the activities and they performed their songs beautifully. 

Forest School Family Learning

Thank you to all of the parents who attended our forest school family learning. All of the children had a wonderful time taking part in the activities and enjoyed making wands, going on a scavenger hunt, creating bird feeders and making little autumn creatures. 

Top