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Squirrel News Of The Week.

Squirrels have had a very busy Halloween preparation week, leading up to the Halloween Party today. 

We have been amazed at how many Halloween activities we can do with Spooky Pasta, from printing with the pasta shapes, threading onto pipe cleaners to make Spooky bracelets, imprinting in dough, using some cooked pasta to investigate full and empty and different ways in which we can scoop up the pasta.

We have looked at the story "Room on the Broom" and the Squirrels did some fantastic matching of characters, and finding items from the story in Garden School, we even made the Witches wand.

The Squirrel Squad enjoyed carving our pumpkins for the contest at the disco, and then boogied the afternoon away at the Party.


 Have  A  Fabulous  Half  Term  from  All  the  Squirrels  Team. 

Week 6

Watch the video of Harry B doing great matching. He listened and followed instructions and sat for a prolonged period of time engaged in his work. He is our star of the week.

Connor and Henry made witches spells using the phonics letters and naming animals beginning with them.

Week 5 - Star of the Week

Khaos is our Star of the Week, he has come to the carpet to join in all the activities we've done there, and come to the table when asked and done some amazing work in his numeracy, literacy and phonics, here are just a few photos that will be shared in assembly on Friday.

Week 5 - Part Two

Dear Squirrel followers,

Today (Wednesday) has been our busiest day so far and I'll eat my hat if these guys don't sleep tonight.  We have had our first official PE lesson with Ian today, and the superb Squirrel Squad tried every activity and followed ever instruction.  We have spun in circles, bottom shuffled (the Squirrels themselves chose to follow as a floor train), balanced on a beam, jumped from the "horse", squeezed through the tunnel, and even managed a bit of Sherbourne with some Squirrels requesting more.

Week 5 - Part One.

 Dear Squirrel followers,

Tuesday has been a day of numeracy and the Squirrel squad have been very busy as usual.  We have looked at number and value, shape, big and small, empty and full, tall and short, light and heavy.

Week 4 - Part Two

 Dear Squirrel followers,

The Squirrel Squad have continued to be busy, we've been looking at Schematic Play,  we do like "rolling", "spinning" (rotational schema),  "watching things fall" (trajectory schema) or "wrapping ourselves in material" (enveloping schema)

We continue to work on our body awareness identifying parts of our body especially linked to songs, Squirrels favourite song is "One Little Finger by Super Simple Songs" we even do the actions whilst on the trampoline!

Week 4 - Part One

Dear Squirrel followers,

Only two days into the week and our Star of the Week has blown us away with his fantastic speaking in See and Learn, knowing all the words on the cards. This weeks Star is Cole.

In numeracy we've been identifying and ordering numbers.

The Squirrels have also been enjoying our sensory story on "From Head to Toe" by Eric Carle.

Week 3

Well nature lovers again a busy week for the Squirrel Squad.

We have continued with our Body Awareness topic looking at "I can......" questions, favorites have been " I can swim" and "I can jump".

Squirrel squad are also amazing at Attention Autism, from the photos you can see them watching and waiting for their turn with "Spiky Ball", hiding in anticipation of the water spray at "Incy Wincy Spider", looking and watching for "Wiggly Snake" and who he's going to slither to, and last but not least the class favourite of "Cake Splat" - followed by sensory mark making.

Week 2

To all you nature lovers out there, here is a catch up of week two with the very active Squirrel Squad.

We have looked at shape and colour, empty and full.

We have also been answering "I can .........." questions by looking at what we can do with our bodies, in different areas in and outside school  "I can slide" and  "I can ride a bike" were favourites!

We went to the sound box and tried various instruments, and started to learn a new song about "Sound and Silence".

Welcome to Squirrels! 

We have been busy today in class getting ready for tomorrow.

We can't wait to see the Squirrel gang, see below for some of the activities they will be

accessing tomorrow........

Wednesday 21st July

Sarah's challenges! 

Have a look at the challenges today linked to the trajectory schema! Have fun and send me some photographs! 


Take care


Tuesday 20th July- Sarah's challenges!


Today challenges are matching!

Can you sort and match your socks and shoes? 

Can you find lots of coloured items in your home and sort them?

Can you match items that go together? 


Send me you photographs so I can see how amazing you all are at matching! 


Take care




Wednesday 21 July 2021

Home Learning - Day 3!

Hi Squirrels! I hope you are enjoying the sunny weather...

Sarah has put together some great activities below for you to enjoy this week!

Hi everyone

Below are some ideas for some "fun in the sun" enjoy your day today and send me some photographs! 



Tuesday 20 July 2021

Home Learning - Day 2!

Good morning Squirrels! 

Today, we will be making our own Squirrel houses. You could use lots of different materials to make a squirrel house. If you have a garden, you could use sticks, twigs and leaves. If you don't have a garden, there are lots of other materials you could use to make one, like cardboard boxes, paper, card and any other household objects. Lily made her own outdoor squirrel house last week! Take a look below.....

Here is Lily making her own Squirrel house! She used leaves and twigs...take a look at this video of a squirrel building its own nest too!

Monday 19 July 2021

Home Learning - Day 1!

Henry did some super counting and reading yesterday, take a look at the video below!

Squirrels Transition (Week 1)

Wow, what a week we're having so far! Squirrels have met lots of new friends, explored our likes and dislikes and played lots of games. We even went on the slides, Cole looks scared on the pictures but he was laughing afterwards each time! 

All the team have really enjoyed spending time with the super Squirrels, there's lots more to come, but take a look below at what we've been up to so far... 

Hello Squirrels!!


Hi Squirrel squad. Welcome to your new class! Our names are Maisie and Colette and we will be your new class teachers in September. We can't wait to meet you for transition and find out lots about you! 

Squirrel Squad final day! 

My last blog as a Squirrel Squad member! What an emotional and amazing day! The Squad have all enjoyed the carnival this afternoon, taking turn on the stalls, jumping away on the bouncy castle and about 8 rides on the tea cups! 


Thank you for an amazing year Squirrels I am going to miss you all and I know you will all make loads of progress in your next class! 


Take care




Squirrels Triathlon! 


Sports Morning! 

I could not be any prouder than I am today! All the Squad got involved in the sports morning! We had so much fun running, throwing, catching and collecting bean bags! Team Squad is coming home! We flew our flag proud and cheered each other on! Squirrels never cheat............ (I don't think) 

Enjoy the film! 


Sarah and the Squad! 


The beautiful Evie is our star this week! She always makes everyone smile! Well done for using your critical thinking and working things out using your fine motor skills! 



Last week the Squad enjoyed the weather and had some outdoor learning fun! We had time in the mud kitchen, pouring, filling, tracking water and making mud pies. We also had time in the playground with the Ladybirds and on Friday we ventured to the large area of Garden School! Watch the video to see our busy week! 



Well done Joe who is our star of the week! He's trying really hard to pedal the bikes and move on a range of vehicles in school! Well done Joe! 


This week we went to garden school to investigate! We used our hands and tools to feel different textures such as vegetables, soil, woodchip and sloppy mud! All the Squad enjoyed this experience especially Evie who was our star of the week! 


Mr Independent! Well done Kasper for an amazing week! You have made us all very proud by feeding yourself, walking up and down the steps holding the rail, ordering the letter of your name with support and building confidence in messy malleable play! Super! 




Well done to Caiden, Max and Harry! They are our stars of the week for riding their bikes confidently! 


Happy Holidays!! 

The Squad have had an amazing week! We've had lot's of Easter activities to do and some egg hunts! Photos below! 

Enjoy your Easter break! 



Hi everyone


The Squad are doing really well in their swimming session on a Wednesday! Becky the swimming Teacher is really pleased with their progress and the confidence they are showing!

Well done Squad! 


Hi everyone

It's so lovely to have all the Squad back together! What a great week we have all had! Lot's off messy mark making, reading our story the Gingerbread Man, making music, looking at numbers in numeracy and of course bucket time! Here are some photos of our first week back as a full Squad! 


Hi everyone

This term our focus is "Once upon a time" and we will be reading the story the Gingerbread Man. We will be naming and signing characters, matching, baking, making ginger playdough and creating our own Gingerbread Men. 

We have a very busy term for the Squad! Please look at the overview below to see what else we will be learning and what you can do at home! 




Hi everyone

This morning we all had fun in the snow! Watch the video below!




Hi everyone 

In literacy we are reading/singing the Barefoot story "The Journey home from Grandpa's" 

Last week we focused on "the yellow car drives down the bouncy bumpy road" and "the white helicopter whizzes up, down and round". We have created our own helicopters and copied the actions of up, down and round and we also felt different bumpy textures and made marks with cars and tools.

Our next focus will be "the black crane lifts up the heavy pile of bricks" where we will be lifting heavy objects and building/balancing with a range of construction resources. 

Enjoy looking at the photos from our sessions so far! Here is the link to watch it on you tube-



Take care







Hi everyone 

We've had a busy week this week! Lot's of learning in the classroom and outside in the environment! The rain will never stop us having fun! Here are some photos! 


Take care



Hi everyone! 

Today's blog is linked to a schema-enveloping. I have chosen this schema today as I know some of the children in class like to hide under and in items, they also like to wrap/open parcels. I have added a video and some ideas below for you to have a look at. I will also post a bucket time session later today! 

Take care


Some great investigating in the snow yesterday! Well done!


Hi everyone 

I hope you're all well and taking care! Here are some snowy activities you can do at home today. I have also sent a link for you to watch and listen to  a story about a little boy who enjoys the snow! Can you hear the snow crunch? Can you see your footprints and make some tracks? 

Enjoy the snow today and try some new activities! 




Merry Christmas! 

Squad Christmas Special 2020


WOW! What an amazing first term in the Squirrel Squad! We have all a very busy time so far and all the Squad have had some great key moments! Joe-drinking from an open cup and swimming the width of the pool! Arzoo- drinking from her cup independently and using her E-TRAN frame to make choices! Max- using switches to help transition and learning actions to favored songs! Cole- ordering the letters of his name and now beginning to write it! Evie- learning to walk in her new walker and using switch adapted toys! Harry- sitting independently for focus activities and using key words to communicate! Kasper- Using switches to communicate and feeding himself his pudding! The list could go on...... Well done Squad! Very proud of you! 

I hope you all have a lovely Christmas and a Happy New Year to you all!

Enjoy looking at the Christmas pictures below! 


Take care

Sarah & Team Squad! 


Arzoo is our star this week! She is doing really good eating and drinking! Arzoo is also saying lots of words and is anticipating during our bucket time sessions! Well done! 


This weeks star of the week is Evie! Evie is trying really hard to walk in her new walking frame and also to eat her food using a spoon! Enjoy the video! 




Here comes Super Harry! Well done to Harry who's had a great week and remembered all the routines in class! He's staying on independent tasks for longer periods of time and doing some great talking in See and Learn! Watch the video!




A huge well done to Joe and Cole as they are our stars of the week this week! Watch the videos to see why! 




The Squad have really enjoyed getting messy! Cole spent nearly an hour investigating in the cornflour, mixing food colouring and using tools to scrape, pour and fill along with his hands. Evie did some great standing to take part and tracked the cornflour as it fell from a height, she also used her hands to feel the textures and pulled out tools that were stuck in the set cornflour. Joe kept coming over to investigate and used his hands to feel the different textures.  Kasper likes to stay clean! But he did feel the textures to make sounds by banging the tray. He also tracked the cornflour as it seeped through the adults hands. Well done Squad! 


This week Joe is our star of the week! Joe is trying really hard to post different and more complex items. Joe also approached the scooter, trike and little tykes car outside and enjoyed being pushed on them. Joe is also persevering with his switch work and recognises he needs to press the switch when he is on his flag. When Joe presses the switch with some support he then gets to be pulled on his flag which is his favored activity! 




Kasper was our star of the week this week! Well done for doing good sitting, good listening, good talking and good communicating! 





Well done Cole who is our star of the week! 


The amazing Evie is star of the week this week! Evie is trying really hard with her fine motor skills and is enjoying lots of messy play using her hands to investigate. Evie is also trying to take her coat off and is doing some great standing with support. Well done Evie! 


We've had a very messy day today! All the Squad enjoyed investigating in the green corn flour! They used their hands and a range of tools to make marks and feel the textures. Well done Squad, today a lot of you have shown us perseverance and dedication! 





This weeks star of the week is Arzoo!

Arzoo has come in everyday with a big smile on her face! She is doing great work using her E-TRAN frame looking and pointing at pictures from See and learn. Watch the video and see Arzoo's busy week! 




This weeks star of the week is Harry! 

Harry is doing really good sitting, looking and listening! He is trying to more independent too such as putting his shoes on and trying to fasten them and also trying to unzip his coat. Harry is looking at pictures in See and Learn and will happily post them into the box, he is always ready for his session with Trudy! 


Have a good weekend everyone!



Hi everyone!

Today we went up to the Muga to go on the bikes. All the children enjoyed their experience! Harry persevered and tried really hard to pedal the trike! Cole chased all the bikes and sat on the board whilst he was pulled around. Max, Evie and Arzoo were like royalty and enjoyed the ride! Overall all the Squad had such good fun!  Here are some photos! 


Sarah and Squad!


A huge happy birthday to Kasper! He is 6 today and star of the week! Well done!





The Squad have had a great week this week! We have transitioned around school to different areas such as the mud kitchen, sensory room and soft play. The Squad are doing really well at learning the new routines and listening for the music to cue them in to what is happening next. We have two stars of the week this week, Cole and Max. Well done to them both! I know your Mummy's are also very proud of you! We look forward to seeing you all next week for another fun and busy time! 




Thank you to all of the Squirrel Squad! Here are some photos from this year! 



The Squad have had a great few weeks back in class! Here are some photos! Enjoy!



08.06.20 Highbury @ Home 

Hi Squirrel Squad

This weeks focus is the Barefoot Book- We All Go Travelling By. Written by- Sheena Roberts, Illustrated by- Siobhan Bell and sung by- Fred Penner. 

Enjoy looking and listening to the story, sing along and join in with the actions! 


Have a lovely week Squad! 


Take care


18.05.20 Highbury @ Home


Hello Squirrel Squad


This weekend coming there will a big celebration! Muslims will be celebrating Eid! Watch my video and see some activities you can do at home to celebrate! 

Happy Eid everyone!


Take care 




11.05.20 Highbury @ Home 

Hi Squirrel Squad

I hope you all enjoyed hiding and building dens last week! This week you have lots more activities to complete at home as we are focusing on the Positioning Schema! There are 2 videos for you to watch with lots of ideas! Have fun and don't forget to send me some videos and photos because who will be star of the week this week?

Take care


04.05.20 Highbury @ Home 

Hi Squirrel Squad

I hope you're all well at home! We are continuing to follow on with our schema development this week and we will be focusing on the Enveloping Schema! Watch the video and see the document below for lots of ideas! 

Happy hiding and camping!

Take care


27.04.20 Highbury @ Home

Hi Squirrel Squad

This weeks focus is all about Rotation Schema! Please watch both videos for ideas and look at the document below. 

Have a great week! 

Take care




20.04.20 Highbury @ Home 


Hi Squirrel Squad! 

This weeks focus is schematic play linked to the trajectory schema! Watch the video for some ideas and below will be a document telling you about the schema along with some more ideas! 

Have a great week everyone! 


Take care


06.04.20 Highbury @ Home 

Hi Squirrel Squad! 

This weeks focus is Making Music!

Below my video blog is "Music at Sarah's house" and some music we listen to in class. Enjoy!

Take care 


03.04.20 Highbury @ Home 

Hi Squirrel Squad 

I hope you have all done some great water investigation this week!


I know Ibraheem has walked to the park and found a big stick, he then swished his stick around in the pond! Ibraheem has also used his hand eye coordination to pour some water into his Peppa Pig cup! Well done Ibraheem you are one of the stars of the week this week! 

Maxim and Maleke are also stars of the week! They have had lots of fun splashing in the bath whilst singing Incey Wincey Spider! Well done you two! 

Esmee has had a very busy week too! She has poured and filled using everyday objects and is also recognising full and empty!

Talal's Mummy has sent me some lovely photos of him mark making at home and spending time with his little brother. I know Talal is doing some really good jumping on his trampoline too! 


Well done Squad!


Take care


30.03.20 Highbury @ Home


Hi Squirrel Squad

This weeks focus is Water Investigation!

If anyone needs any more ideas or support please email me. I look forward to seeing all your photos and videos.


You tube songs-





 Take care


26.03.20 Highbury @ Home 


Hi Squirrel Squad 

Yesterday I went out for a walk in the woods. It was nice and quiet and we found and saw lots of things. We found some sticks and leaves and took them home to count and made a collage. We also found some really big logs and tried our best to see if we could lift them using our muscles.  We came across some cows who were eating the grass in the sunshine and also saw lots of bees buzzing around. If you go out with your grown-ups please send me some pictures so I can see where you went and what you collected. Don't forget to wear your wellies in case you find some muddy puddles. 

Yesterday Oscar went for a walk with his Mummy and found some ducks to feed. Oscar thought it was very funny when the ducks kept quacking


Take care 




24.03.20 Highbury @ Home 


Hi Squirrel Squad

I just wanted to share some of the lovely rainbows that Esmee and Oscar have emailed me! I am so pleased to hear that Oscar used his fine motor skills to touch the cotton wool balls and also used his right hand with a palmer grip to colour his rainbow with support from him Mummy! His rainbow is now in his window for everyone to see. Esmee also had a busy day yesterday, she has designed a rainbow too. Esmee used lots of colours and materials and has also put her rainbow picture in the window. Well done to Oscar and Esmee! 

Take care


23.03.20 Highbury @ Home 

Good afternoon Squirrels

Here are some of the links I mentioned in my blog! It would be great to see some of your rainbows you have made at home. You all have my email address so please send them for me to look at. 

Key learning objectives for designing a rainbow:

  • observing the marks we have made
  • holding our mark making tool in a dominant hand
  • holding our tool in a palmer/ pincer/ tripod grip (see examples below) 
  • naming colours
  • recognising colours & different shades 
  • matching colours 
  • feeling different textures such as tissue paper and cotton wool balls 
  • copying lines/motions such as the curve of the rainbow 
  • using fine motor skills to take lids on/off pens 




Take care






Hi everyone!

We have had a very different but fantastic week! Nothing will stop us at Highbury! The Squad look great in their happy clothes today! We enjoyed some singing and dancing in the hall as a whole school this morning and yesterday some time up at the bikes with our fellow Early Years the Ladybirds! 

Everyone please take care! 

Sarah and Squirrel Squad Team! 



Well done to Joe who was star of the week this week! 

Sarah and the Squirrel Squad Team! 


Today we have celebrated World Book Day and what a wonderful day we have had! All the Squad dressed wearing something yellow and all our malleable materials for messy play were also yellow, we had sweetcorn, custard, banana, lemons, pineapple and mango! This morning we looked at stories and read some of the children's books they brought in from home. This afternoon we used our fine motor skills to make marks using yellow tools and we read the story "Walking through the Jungle" using props and choose it maker to select the matching animals! We've had a great day celebrating World Book Day!


Sarah & the Squirrel Squad Team 


Well done to Maxim who is Star of the Week!! He is now using his fine motor skills to trace over the letters of his name along with using single words to communicate what he would like at snack time! Enjoy the videos! 

Sarah and the Squirrel Squad Team 


This week we have celebrated Chinese New Year! All the Squad have really enjoyed the different activities both within class and around the school. We are really proud of how well they played along-side and interacted with children from different classes. 

Well done Squirrel Squad!


Sarah and the EYFS Team 


The Squad have had a great first couple of weeks back. They have colour matched and sorted, made marks using their fine motor skills and transported pasta around the classroom using their hands, scoops, pipes and other resources. In numeracy some of the children are beginning to order numbers 1-5, one to one correspond and recognise arrays. The Squad have come back after the break ready to learn and are showing great progress!


Sarah and the Squirrel Squad Team 


Merry Christmas everyone!

The Squad have had a very fun and festive final week! I hope you all enjoy the Christmas craft items they have all made. 

The Squad have amazed us all this term with all the progress they have made and how well they are transitioning around school! We are all very proud of them!

Have a lovely Christmas and Happy New Year!


Sarah and the Squirrel Squad Team


18/12/19 Stay and Play! 

What a fantastic day we all had yesterday! It was lovely to see so many people, we had a very festive and busy time! 

Here are some photos of our festive day!


Sarah and the Squirrel Squad Team 




The Squad had a great time at the Rex Cinema watching Frozen 2 yesterday!

We were all very excited to be getting on the big coach and when we got there Oscar and Kasper's eyes were glued to the screen! The Squad were fantastic and we were all really proud of them! By the end of the day it was just too much for Ibraheem!


Sarah & the Squirrel Squad Team 


Today we had a whole school celebration of Hanukkah.

The Squirrels all enjoyed the different activities and transitioned well around school even to new places. We used torches and lights to help us look at books and snuggle under the blankets whilst we relaxed. We also had some calm time in the hall where we had some deep pressure massage and used the soft mats to allow us to roll and try some yoga poses. Oscar liked to be swung in the material using the Sherbourne technique. Esmee especially enjoyed Sarah and Lisa pulling her around on the material also using a Sherbourne technique. Esmee would ask for another turn using a full sentence and command if we should go fast or slow. Kasper enjoyed tracking all the sensory lights and listening to the fast and slow tempo music and Oscar, Joe, Esmee, Maxim and Maleke enjoyed sitting under the parachute whilst it moved up and down quickly. 

We all had a great day!

Sarah and the Squirrel Squad Team 



This week in numeracy the Squad went to garden school to focus on our pouring and filling skills. We used our hands and tools to help fill and empty containers. Kasper anticipated the leaves falling on him by laughing and stamping his feet. Maxim and Esmee used the tools to fill their containers and Esmee recognised full and empty! Talal used his hands to dig in the soil whilst Jianguang anticipated the soil pouring out of the containers, he would then brush off the soil using his hands which is a great achievement for him. The Squad had a great numeracy session outside! 


Sarah & the Squirrel Squad Team


This week the Squad went on the bikes to use their gross motor skills. They all enjoyed sitting on the bikes and some of the children are now beginning to use the pedals to ride around the track. We  climbed the large Rokatgon showing great coordination and confidence to get to the top. After the bikes and climbing we then went down to the roundabout where they all enjoyed spinning round and round. A very busy active afternoon for the Squad!

Sarah and the Squirrel Squad Team


Happy Halloween!

The Squad have had a great week scooping out pumpkins using their hands and tools, smelling and feeling the slimy textures and making their own pumpkins!

The Squad also had a great time at the disco where we danced and had some party food!

The last eight weeks have flown by and I am so proud of them all for settling in so well and already making so much progress. I look forward to the next term to see them develop even more! 

Have a great half term!

Sarah and Squirrel Squad Team 


This morning the Squad went down to the slides to collect some leaves, sticks, pine cones and acorns to add to our autumn sensory tray next week. We will also be scooping out pumpkins, feeling the different textures along with mashing, pouring filling and chopping. 

I hope you all have a lovely weekend! 


Sarah and the Squirrel Squad Team 


Last week Maxim and Maleke introduced the Squad to a new song and dance! 

"Dinosaurs have great big feet that stomp stomp stomp. Dinosaurs have great big teeth that chomp chomp chomp"

The Squad is now singing and dancing along to the song all day every day! So we have followed the children's interests and we have a new Dinosaur Zone in class along with leaves and herbs for the dinosaurs to chomp and mud for the dinosaurs to stomp! Along with the small world we have dinosaur books and switches so the children can listen to the song and of course Maxim singing! We have also used our gross motor skills to be stomping in the paint with our big dinosaurs! 

Please join in with stomping and chomping at home! Have fun! 

Sarah and the Squirrel Squad Team


Squirrel Squad in the rain


On a Thursday afternoon the Squad have a very busy and active time. First we start our afternoon in the sensory room. Here we are working on rotation schema, so we are doing lots of work with resources that rotate and spin and how we can make this happen using our critical thinking. We then transition down to the hall ready for PE. Here we do lots of gross motor movements such as rolling, crawling, climbing and balancing. It is great to see how confident the Squad are using the PE apparatus. I have uploaded some photographs so you can see how busy and fun our Thursday afternoons are. 

Have a great weekend everyone! 

Sarah D and the Squirrel Squad Team! 

09/09/19 Squirrels Squad week 1


The Squad have had an amazing first week and we are so proud of them all! They have all worked very hard and have all settled in well! 

We have transitioned around school to the hall for PE, sensory room for schema work and also visited garden school. We have started the story "oh Dear" in literacy and some of the children can recognise the animals and even the animal sounds too. 

Maxim has done some lovely singing this week of Old McDonald whilst looking at farm book. 

Oscar is now exchanging PECS symbols for his favoured items from a choice of 2 and so is Maxim! 

The Squad have had a great first week and we are all so excited to see what is yet to come! 


Sarah D and the EYFS Squad