Welcome to the Peacocks Class! 


Teacher: Hazel Stone

TAs: Allyce Firth and Christine Pimlott

Mid Day Leader: Sam Broadbent


Inside / Outside

As part of their Wellbeing lessons, Peacocks have been learning how to relax because in Autumn they were too busy to rest! 

The Peacocks have been practising listening to relaxing music whilst exploring a range of sensory relaxation toys & have each found their favourite things to do during the Wellbeing & communication lessons…

…Some pupils like to look at storybooks; some prefer sitting with a cuddly toy; a few pupils like to explore the fabrics; some prefer to explore the light up sensory toys & one of our Peacocks enjoys making a den to relax in. 

Follow along with this half term’s Signalong video!


At Kingfisher we use Signalong as a part of a Total Communication Approach, we are constantly using core vocabulary with the children to support their language development and then through each of our topics we introduce new signs and language, which extends their vocabulary further. We also have two “Signs of the Week” which helps maintain and extend key knowledge and skills of everyday vocabulary.

Each half term we will be creating a short video showcasing and demonstrating signs relavent for the current term so that you can learn the signs and further this learning at home.

Click play to watch this half terms Signalong video!


If your child has a school dinner, the school menus can be accessed by clicking here. For children who bring a packed lunch, please remember to provide healthy and balanced options. We are a Healthy School and will be focusing on healthy eating and how children can make healthy lifestyle choices.

How You Can Help at Home

  • Continue to encourage your child to make choices throughout the day, by allowing them to pick a toy to play with from a choice of 2 or 3.
  • Help your child to explore some unfamiliar textures connected to the ‘Earth’ part of our current theme, for example by passing them a leaf or branch to hold & explore.  
  • Try using a twig to make marks in mud outdoors or, for a neater alternative, showing your child how to use their finger in compost to create marks!
  • Please share your child’s experiences out of school with us (Via SeeSaw) where possible because we enjoy hearing about what they enjoy doing & it can help us to provide similar experiences in class. 

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