Bats Class (Complex Needs Resource Base)
Mrs Gaby Simons
Miss Emma Attree
Mrs Susie Mills
Mrs Rachel Brotherton
Our Teaching Assistants
Mrs Sarah Jagot
Miss Leah Wiltshire
Miss Sarah Webb
Mrs Kirsty Fogarty
Mrs Emma Bath
Ms Laura Geoghegan
Mrs Sammi Johns
Mrs Ruth Smith
Miss Mya Wootten
What We’re Learning
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We were excited when the Wiltshire Times ran a story about our end-of-term Fairytale Ball!
What We Learnt Last Year
Term 6 – Why Do Zebras Have Stripes?
Why do zebras have stripes? Where do lions live? Why do giraffes have such long necks? How fast can an ostrich run? In our new project for Term 6 the children will have the opportunity to explore these very questions and more…
Term 5 – Once Upon A Time continues…
Once upon a time… magic beans and giants, princes and princesses. Where will our imagination take us? A journey into a world of wonder where nothing is set in stone and stories take us on journeys unknown. Where fairy tales are made! Fairy tales take a twist and turn. The children will explore the traditional endings to fairy tales.
Term 4 – Once Upon A Time
Once Upon a Time… your child will be introduced to the wonderful world of stories and will develop a love for them. They will listen to a range of tales and have the chance to act out the stories in their play. They will listen to alternative contemporary stories to see different viewpoints from the characters and will explore the structure of how stories are written.
Term 3 – Starry Night
In our Starry Night project, the children will begin to understand how sleep helps to keep us healthy. The project develops the children’s understanding 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.
Term 2 – Winter Wonderland
In our Winter Wonderland, children will explore the seasonal changes that happen during winter. They will find out about the different weather associated with winter and explore what happens to water as it freezes. They will find out about plants and animals during cold weather and explore places in the world that are always cold and snowy, including the animals that live there.
Term 1 – Why do squirrels hide their nuts?
Crunch, scrunch and rustle. Why do leaves go crispy? What’s inside a conker? Why do squirrels hide their nuts? Why do hedgehogs hibernate?
Bats Class are exploring the seasonal changes in the natural world during autumn and winter this term.