Welcome to Pink Class!
There are seventeen children in Pink Class, twelve girls and five boys.
The children work with fifteen adults and benefit from the support of the physiotherapists, occupational therapists and speech and language therapists as well as the nursing team. We are also supported by two Midday Supervisors.
In Pink Class the children work in three main groups which are suited to their needs the Pink Cadillacs, Pink Panthers and Pink Flamingos. Within the three groups the children work either in small groups of two or one to one with an adult.
The children have individual timetables which ensure that they are learning at times which best suit their needs. We have updated the timetable which is very general for the class.
If you want to get in touch with us or ask questions the best way is by e-mail
You can contact your child's group using the following e-mails
Our theme - Community
Our theme for the second half of the Spring term and the first half of the summer term is Community. Through this theme the children will learn about about all the people who are involved in the very local community of school as well as the larger community out of school. This may involve doctors and nurses who may have a large input into the children's lives and who they know really well through to the people who empty the recycling bins every couple of weeks who they may not know so well. We will be involved in a whole school visit to the local church to celebrate Easter this half term and hope to go out with some of the children into our very local Reigate Community
Home Learning Suggestions
These last two weeks have been a little different with fewer children at school due to snow and the INSET day on Monday. The photos on the page this week have been taken over the last couple of weeks to ensure we had not missed anyone. They show some of the different activities the children have been up to including play, physio and target work.
In Pink Class all the children work on their physical skills. Some of the children do this through their physio and OT programmes others work on the fine motor skills. Many of the children use equipment to give them support. Pink Class make the most of the soft play room to practise physical skills in a safe environment, especially climbing and sliding. While working on their physical skills the children also work on visual skills, taking turns with friends, exploring new toys and environments and choosing.