Kingfisher Class

 Welcome to Kingfisher Class!    



Our teacher is Mrs Moore. She is very kind and helpful and loves reading stories and singing songs. 

Our teaching assistant is Miss Aldred. She is very fun and friendly and enjoys helping us.  

Miss Brown also works in Kingfisher class. She is very friendly and enjoys making us laugh!

PE Days:

In Kingfisher class we have PE on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings. Please can you bring in your childs PE kit by Tuesday 19th September. 

Parent Notice:

Please make sure your child brings in a book bag and coat every day.


We are so proud of how well your children have settled into school already and we have been having lots of fun getting to know them!


Our topic:

At the beginning of this half term we started with a fun filled Halloween week. Our classroom was transformed into a Halloween cave, which excited us to learn more. We made some Halloween food, where we made banana ghosts, satsuma pumpkins and Halloween potions.


The following week we were looking at fireworks to see what colours and shapes they made and what sounds we could hear! We used crayons and watered down paint to create our own firework picture, which we labelled using describing words. We used different coloured marshmallows to make rockets, we counted how many marshmallows we had on our stick.   

Monster Madness!

An egg appeared! In Kingfisher class we had a green and red spotty egg appear in our classroom. We discussed where the egg may have come from and what could be inside? We all drew a picture of what animal or creature we thought may be inside and used our sounds to write the animals name underneath.

The egg has hatched! We looked through the school’s CCTV pictures to discover that an orange and green monster had hatched from the egg! It messed up our classroom and left slime footprints over the tables and floor. We are trying to find out where our monster has gone and if we can get him to come back! In art we having been using straws and paint to make blow monsters, then we added lots of googly eyes.


Please visit our webpage again soon for more exciting news about our learning.