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Blue Class

Welcome to Blue Class!


In Blue Class there are 9 children, 3 girls and 6 boys.  

We have a teacher and 4 assistants to help us learn.


We are a very sociable and energetic class who love to learn through exploring. In our class we work very hard and at a fast pace, so we might come home very tired. We use signs and symbols to help us communicate and visual supports to help with structures in our school routine, appropriate behaviour, dealing with our emotions and remembering information.

In our school day we work hard on our curriculum targets as well as using the SCERTS approach which helps us with our Social Communication, Emotional Regulation and Transactional Supports. 

We are also working very hard on play skills, social skills and independent skills.




Our timetable for the Autumn Term

Our Theme - Community

For the second half of this term our theme is "Community".

We will be exploring lots of activities linked to our local community and we are hoping the Spring weather will be kind enough to us for when we are out and about in our community. 

We will be making shopping lists as part of our supermarket visit, making menus in our role play restauraunt and hoping to visit our local library.

We are going to be making story sticks when we go for our local walk and posting a letter home when we look at the journey of a letter.

We will be looking at some books linked to our topic including Michael Recycle and Fireman Sam. We will explore the characters and settings and the children will have an opportunity to write their individual stories about people who help us.


In maths we will be focusing on Money which we hope to put into practice on our visit to the local supermarket. We will also be be looking at maps when we are out and about.


We will be spending time in our P.E lessons exploring some more physical activities and this term we will be focusing on Gymnastics. We will also be using some of the larger apparatus.


We are hoping to develop some of our skills whilst out in the community and will be visiting a local park, fire station as well as having some visitors come in to talk to us about how they help us including nurses, dentist and police officers.


We will also be visiting our local church and look at how people in our community celebrate Easter, which will mean lots of cooking, crafts and easter egg hunts.


Please have a look at our class planner to get a better idea of some of the activities we have planned for this term.

Blue Class Planner

Home Learning Suggestions

  • Go for a walk in the local community - take a camera to take lots of pictures of the things you see on the way.
  • Where is your favourite place near to where you live? 
  • Write/draw a shopping list together before visiting a supermarket.
  • Talk about how we can help people in the community.
  • A great opportunity to clear out and sort your children's bedrooms - get your children to help put a few toys into a box to take along to a charity shop. Talk to the children about why you are doing this and why it is a good thing to do.
  • Visit your local library


See the link below for more home learning ideas. We would love to see how you get on with these ideas - send some pictures through the home/school books or through our class e-mail address.

Home learning challenge

Week commencing 19th March: We have been super busy this week in Blue class. Our focus this week has been people who help us; police. The children have really enjoyed looking at what the police service do to help us. We have tried on police uniform and role played scenarios, used our detective skills by exploring our senses and made patterns with our finger prints. We also made magnifying glasses from different coloured cellophane. The children have also worked really hard on their scissor skills this week making police cars and cutting out disguises. One of the highlights of the week has been how well the children have been with their problem solving skills. Well done to Hollie our Blue class star of the week for her fantastic communication skills she has been verbally communicating brilliantly and using lots of new signs.

Week commencing 12th March: This week we have been looking at local supermarkets. The children enjoyed role playing supermarkets and very carefully made shopping lists. Unfortunately we did not get to visit a supermarket but the children were delighted when the items from their shopping lists arrived and they could make their sandwiches. We also explored colours and what happens when we mix colours. We did this by making coloured toast.

Week commencing 26th February: This week we have been looking at people who help us with a focus on postal workers. We looked at what they do and the journey of a letter. We also wrote a letter home but unfortunately due to the weather so we have had to postpone a walk to the postbox. We also made a post office out of a huge box which the children are very excited about using as part of role play.

Week commencing 19th February: As part of our community topic we have been looking at our school community. We explored different areas of our school and looked at how we could make them better. We also looked at people in our school community and baked cakes and made cards to say thank you.

Exploring our new 'Castle' as part of our topic work

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