Upper Foundation / Year 1

UFS 2 / Y1 – Miss Lampett

We are Miss Lampett’s class. We are made up of, Upper Foundation Stage (Reception) and Year 1. There are 31 children in our class, 14 boys and 17 girls.

We have ICT on a Thursday Morning and we have PE on a Tuesday.

We have a love for learning and enjoy learning through our areas of provision as well as adult led activities, such as phonics, carpet sessions and focused activities for example.

We enjoy stories and singing, especially at the end of the day before home time.

We also enjoy celebration assemblies on a Friday morning. I’m sure you will be invited in soon to see what goes on.



UFS 2 – Mrs Doxey20150903_093421



We are Mrs Doxey’s class and there are 30 children in the class.  we start school at 8.45am and finish at 3.15pm.  We have lots of fun activities to do at school that the teachers plan carefully to match our needs.  we have class buddies and they are Erin and Oliver.  we do PE on Tuesday morning so we need our kits for then.  We also have access to the ICT suite on Monday mornings.

Upper foundation:

The school day is busy and exciting! During the school day we engage in whole class and small group teacher led lessons. We have daily phonics sessions and complete a maths and literacy task each week in compliance with the EYFS and Learning Challenge Curriculum. We also have time to explore, play and apply our skills across the curriculum, independently and with our friends. We love to be creative and have access to a great variety of materials, this can sometimes get messy but it’s part of our learning and we love it!. We take part in PE lessons, ICT sessions, singing practice and attend whole school assemblies on a Friday. We also visit the school library, the DT room for baking and we learn in the outside classroom.

In our class our learning is planned in line with the 7 areas of learning identified within the statutory framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage. These are divided in to

3 prime areas of learning:

  • Personal, Social and Emotional Development
  • Physical Development
  • Communication and Language

And 4 specific areas of learning:

  • Literacy
  • Mathematics
  • Understanding the World
  • Expressive Arts and Design





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