Penberth

Welcome to our lively Early Years Foundation Stage classrooms.
 
 

The adults in our classes are:

Mrs Natasha Cross- Teacher (Mondays,Tuesdays)
ncross@stburyanacademy.org
 
Mrs Joanna Kwiatkowska- Teacher (Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays)
joannak@stburyanacademy.org 

Miss Georgia Good- Little Choughs supervisor

Mrs Kathleen Matthews- Teaching Assistant



Everyone in Penberth Class and Little Choughs work, learn and play together. We have some sessions when we are split into specific focused activities appropriate for each stage and some when there is an open door policy with indoor and outdoor play environments accessible to all children.



We have spent the first weeks of settling in and getting to know each other. A big thank you to all the parents and carers for helping your children settle in with morning routines. We are also very grateful for help offered with swimming sessions, which prove to be a highlight of every week.


Our Early Years education is based on and immersed in play based learning so while adults might think we are "just playing” we are actually learning and discovering the world around us in the most natural and fascinating way we know. Our interests and spontaneous curiosity informs a lot of the daily activities through being creative and inquisitive.



Please check out our picture gallery to see how busy we are every day.
Please remember to use
Teach Your Monster to Read games
to reinforce learning of phonics.
 
 
  • Mrs Joanna Kwiatkowska

    Teacher (Wed,Thu,Fri)

    jkwiatkowska@stburyanacademy.org

    Firstly, I would like to welcome your child to the Early Years Foundation Stage and take the opportunity to introduce myself. My name is Mrs Joanna Kwiatkowska, but it might be easier to call me Mrs K- I don’t mind either way. I came to the UK over 20 years ago and made my home, which I share with my husband and two teenage children, here in Cornwall. I'm passionate about working with young children and believe strongly in child-centred approach to nurturing and teaching.

On our visit to Pridden farm we couldn't have wished for a better weather. Penberth children met and fed the horses and chkens. We walked through the woods and learned all about different plants and trees. We brought lots of treasures which we have used to make pictures.