STARTING RECEPTION SEPTEMBER 2020
Preparing your child for school - Games / Stories
CBeebies | Topsy and Tim | First Day at School
Harry and the Dinosaurs go to School - Story Time
Starting School By Janet Ahlberg and Allan Ahlberg
Read along or mute the video to read it yourself to your child...
Woolly and Tig - Going to School
On this web page we will be putting lots of information about all the exciting things we will be doing this year. Remember to keep in touch with us through Class dojo were regular updates of what is going on in class will be shared.
Mrs Southern - Class Teacher
Mrs Fairclough - Nursery Nurse
The early years curriculum is based on learning through exploration and play.
We believe that parents and / or carers play a vital role in their child’s education. We will support your efforts at home and provide opportunities for you to engage in your child’s education in school.
Reading at home
Reading can be a special time for you and your child. Research has shown that reading for as little as 5 or 10 minutes each day can help support your child’s educational development.
Please continue all of the hard work you have been doing at home ensuring that your child is reading their school reading book every night. Please remember to use the Phase 2 phonics actions and robot arms to help your child blend and segment the words they are reading and encourage them to memorise the high frequency words that they encounter in most books (the, no, he, she, go, etc.)
Fundamental British Values
The fundamental British values of democracy, rule of law, individual liberty, mutual respect and tolerance for those with different faiths and beliefs are already implicitly embedded in the 2014 Early Years Foundation Stage.
In the Nursery we strive to set the foundations of fundamental British values in a way that is relevant to their age and stage of development.