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Tigers - Foundation Stage 2

Welcome to Tigers!


Welcome to Tigers

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All about Tiger Class

In Tiger Class we always try our best and have a go even when it's tricky. We love a challenge and understand it's ok to make mistakes, that just shows we're learning! We are kind to all our friends in Tiger Class and we like to help each other. We're all superstars!


Important information about Tiger Class


PE: All children will have P.E on Fridays. Please make sure that your child is wearing their P.E kit to school and that any jackets/hoodies are labelled. If you have earrings please take them out or cover them with plasters and tie long hair up.

Homework: All children are expected to read 4 times per week. Reading rewards are also given at the end of each half term for children who have read 25 times or more over the half term. Children will be set a Talk Challenge on Tapestry each half term.

Open Door is on a Thursday morning 8.40-8:55


Reading Books: Your child's reading book will be changed once a week on a Friday. Please make sure children bring their book to school each day. 




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Our Learning this half term will be based around the topic of 'Food Glorious FoodIn Understanding the World we will be learning about our immediate and local environment. We will be having a walk around our local area and observing what we can see.  We will learn about which foods help to keep us healthy. Also, how we need to exercise and have basic hygiene to stay healthy. We will learn about own bodies and name the different parts.In Expressive Arts and Design the children will have access to the home corner where they will be using their imagination to recreate roles and experiences. Our outdoor role play area will be a Superhero Lair where we can dress up and pretend to be superheroes saving the day! We will also design and make our own superhero masks. The children will be working on their pencil skills to help them to draw self-portraits. We will begin to follow our Charanga Music scheme. In Design and Technology the children will be creating fruit kebabs and fruit salads.  In RE, the children will learn about special stories and why they are special.  In PE children will focus on spatial awareness and how to move their bodies in different ways.   We also enjoy our daily wake & shake, Yoga and dough disco sessions to help us to develop our balance, co-ordination and core strength. 






Our special stories this term are ‘Supertato and the Carnival Catastropea’, ‘Kitchen Disco’ and ‘The Papaya that spoke’. The children will design and make their own Supertato. They will sort healthy and non-healthy foods and think about what letter sounds they begin with. The children will take part in weekly mark making mornings to encourage a love of writing. In our daily phonics sessions, we will learn the Phase 2 letter sounds and how to blend and segment these sounds in words.  



We will be taking a mastery approach to maths. Focusing on a number over two weeks using Numberblocks as a stimulus, to gain an in-depth knowledge and understanding of each number. We will be counting, recognising, forming and ordering these numbers. We will also be finding numbers that are one more/less using practical resources to help us. Children will be learning to understand and use positional language. We will also be sequencing our daily routine.






Our Jigsaw topic is ‘Being me in my world’ we will talk about our school rules and routines and how to build constructive and respectful relationships. We will learn how to express our feelings and how to consider the feelings of others. 

Our British Value focus is Democracy. We will learn about this through a range of stories. We will also be voting for our school council members and eco warriors.

We will continue to take part in our Well-Being Wednesday sessions to help us to learn how we can look after our well-being and mental health. 


Learning Activities


Below are some useful links for at home learning.