Rainbow Class (Year R) Project
This project explores the differences in the world at night compared to during the day. It teaches children about the importance of a good night’s sleep, and helps them to discover what is happening in the world while they are sleeping, including finding out about nocturnal animals.
This project teaches children about the changes that happen during winter, including the types of weather associated with winter. It also explores places that have snow all year round and the types of animals that live there.
Innovate Challenge - Tessy Bear can't sleep
Communication and Language - Listening, attention and understadning; Speaking
Physical Development - Gross motor skills; Fine motor skills
Personal, Social and Emotional Development - Self =-regulation; Managing self; Building realtionships
World - Past and present; The natural world
Expressive Arts and Design - creating with materials, being imaginative and expressive
In Rainbow Class, Year R, PE is timetabled on a Wednesday every week.
Due to the nature of the Early Years Foundation Stage a continuous dialogue about your child's learning is available via Tapestry.
Please check your Tapestry account for regular updates on events and achievements in class.
If you are having problems accessing your account please speak to a member of the Rainbow Class Teaching Team or email the office on firstname.lastname@example.org
Due to technical issues with Tapestry, the Home Learning resources for Tuesday 12th January can be found below. We have been unable to provide feedback on the Home Learning completed on Monday 11th January due to the issues with the Tapestry site. Feedback will be provided as soon as the technical issues are resolved.
We apologise for any inconvenience.