Longshaw Community Infant School and Longshaw Nursery School Learning • Caring • Inspiring • Succeeding


Welcome toLongshaw Community Infant School and Longshaw Nursery School Learning • Caring • Inspiring • Succeeding


Welcome to Oak Class 

Hello, I am Miss Hibbert and I am the class teacher in Oak Class.


We are very lucky as we also have Miss Tudda working with us this year.


Our topic for this term is: 

'Super Me!' 


To begin our topic we are going to be learning all about the amazing things our bodies can do! We will be exploring the different body parts and the 5 senses associated with them. We will then be using our senses to explore different weather patterns associated with each season. 


In English, we will be developing our basic writing skills through various stories. We will explore the difference between a letter, word and a sentence as well as orally forming simple sentences about a girl image. We will then be building and forming sentences using capital letter, full stops and finger spaces. 



In Maths we will be learning all about the place value of numbers 0-10. We will be identifying and representing numbers using objects and pictorial representations. We will then be adding and subtracting one digit and two digit numbers to 10 using concrete objects and pictorial representations. 




Oak Class have P.E. on a Tuesday and Wednesday. Please ensure your child has a full P.E. kit in school with their names. Kits will be kept in school until the end of term. 



Children will be given new reading books on Tuesdays and Fridays once a book has been read twice.  Please ensure you read with your child every night and leave a comment in their reading records to enable us to see how they have got on :). 



All homework will be set on 'Seesaw' on a Friday and will be due in by the following Thursday. Log in details will be sent home in book bags with your child before hand, so please keep your eye out for them. 


Please do not hesitate to contact me with any worries/queries you may have.


Thank you for your support. 


Miss Hibbert