Welcome to Oliver Twist class page!
Hello everyone, on this page you can find out about what we are learning, our daily routines, dates for your diary and see our adventures!
The teacher in Oliver Twist class is Miss Oakey. Our teaching assistant is Mrs Orellana. Mrs Whitcombe, Mrs Beckett and Miss Crealock also support in Oliver Twist.
At Rochester Riverside we provide the children with opportunities that engage, enthuse and spark curiosity. The children's interests are important to us and are at the heart of the learning opportunities provided.
Our Riverside vision is behind everything we do as we explore together the fundamental questions of 'Who are we?' and 'How do we live?'
Don't forget to bring to school...
- A named water bottle filled with water every day.
- Your book bag with your yellow reading record in every day.
- A spare change of clothes in a named carrier bag to stay on your peg.
- Welly boots that can stay at school.
Please put your child's name in all items of clothing.
Our PE day is Friday, please come into school in your PE kit. Your child will stay in their PE kit all day.
Please ensure all jewellery is removed for PE on a Friday.
Dates for your diary
2nd November - Play is a superpower talk - 2pm
7th November - Parent meetings
9th November - Parent meetings
17th November - Children in Need day (invited to wear your PJs to school)
22nd November - Welcome service
30th November - Height and weight checks
5th December - Santa Dash
6th December - Elfridges PTFA event
12th December - Christmas service at St Margaret's Church
14th December - EYFS nativity
15th December - Christmas market
18th December - Whole school performance 2pm
19th December - Whole school performance 9:30am
20th December - Christmas dinner
20st December – End of term 2 - 1:30pm finish!
We will welcome you back to school on 4th January.
Oliver Twist Timetable
This timetable is subject to change.
Take at look at our adventures and what we've been learning in Oliver Twist class...
This term we are exploring our question 'How do we celebrate?'. We will be thinking about different celebrations, why people celebrate them and how they are celebrated. We will be thinking about many different celebrations some of which are; Bonfire Night, Remembrance Day, Diwali, Children in Need and Christmas. We will be recognising that different cultures celebrate different events and the way they celebrate may be different to how we do.
This term, we have been busy settling in to school, making friends and learning new routines. The question we have been focusing on this term is 'Who are we?', our learning has been related to this question. We have been thinking about our community, our family, our bodies and differences between us, our feelings and emotions.
We have enjoyed getting messy with lots of different types of messy play. We also love building in the construction area. Exploring outside has also been a favourite, we have all loved being outside playing with the mud kitchen, playhouse and the tyres.
In maths, we have been exploring matching, sorting and comparing, we worked really hard at sorting different objects into many different groups. We also have loved making patterns, we liked to challenge ourselves to make tricky patterns.