Little Elvers Example Timetable 2020-2021

 

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

0830-0900

Busy fingers

0900-0915

Together time + learning walk

0915-1100

Choose and Challenge

1100-1115

Together Time

1110-1130

Show and Share and Story time

1130

Home time or:

1130-1230

Lunch

1230-1300

Busy fingers

1300-1315

Together time + learning walk

1315-1445

Choose and Challenge

Choose and Challenge / Bikeability

Forest School

Choose and Challenge

Choose and Challenge

1445-1500

Together Time

1500-1530

 Show and Share and Story time

1530

Home time

 

Busy fingers

Children practise their fine and gross motor skills through a range of different challenges.

Together Time

Children come together on the carpet or an input from the Teacher. The focus of these sessions will vary between the different areas of learning. Everyday there will be one Literacy and one Numeracy input.

Learning Walk

Children walk around the learning environment and listen to the different challenges.

Choose and Challenge

Children have access to a range of different challenges where they can apply their learning and be inquisitive about new experiences. They may work independently or with their friends. The children will also have the opportunity to apply what they have learned during together time. All areas of learning will be open including the Outdoor learning environment.

Snack

During the morning there is free flowing snack and milk so the children can have this when they choose.

Show and Share

An opportunity for children to share something with their friends.

Story Time

Children will listen to and discuss different stories including Nursery Rhymes.

Bikeability

During the afternoon children are taken out in small groups to learn how to ride balance bikes. They will learn new skills and tricks on the bikes as well as how to be safe when riding.

Forest School

The children go to the Forest School area where children can build confidence and self-esteem while learning a range of different skills including den building, exploring the environment and even making camp fires.

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