To class FS2
Meet your teachers
Hello! My name is Miss Tims and I am your Class Teacher.
I am the Teacher and Early Years Lead for FS1 and FS2 at Aston Lodge.
I love to play sports – I used to play Netball for South Yorkshire, eating chocolate, watching Disney films, going to the gym, travelling around the world, being around dogs and of course, teaching in the Early Years!
Hello, I am Mrs Broadhead.
I am the Teaching Assistant for Foundation at Aston Lodge.
I am a big Disney fan, my favourite character is Stitch. My favourite colour is pink. I like going on sunny holidays. I absolutely love cake – I could eat it for my breakfast if I could!
FS2 Session Times
8:40am to 3:15pm
(Door closes at 8:55pm)
For Reception, the children will need to bring a bookbag for reading books and letters, a water bottle and outdoor clothing such as a waterproof coat and a pair of wellington boots.
Children will need an indoor and outdoor PE kit. Our PE days are Thursday afternoon and Friday. PE kit should be brought into school on a Thursday and it will be sent home on a Friday.
Every Friday the children will engage in ‘Challenge Friday’ where they will spend the morning completing challenges set by Super Ted. As a reward for completing all the challenges, the children will receive treats from Super Ted.
In Early Years we consistently engage in baking activities and ask parents to make a small, voluntary contribution of £3 per year for the cost of resources.
Road Safety with FS2
Last week in EYFS, the children have been learning about People Who Help Us. We have been discussing the important job role of a Lollipop Man/Woman
FS2 Visit the Butterfly House
This week, FS2 went on a school trip to The Butterfly House. 🦋 We enjoyed taking part in our workshop, learning about animals with fur,
Healthy teeth in FS2
The children in FS2 have been learning about the importance of keeping our teeth clean and healthy. We have discussed why it is important to visit
F1 & F2 Celebrate Eid
Little Oaks have recently been learning about Ramadan and Eid al-Fitr as well as why it is important to Muslims who celebrate, including Miss Woodger who