Welcome to the parents of new entrants. Please look at the new entrants file on the key information tab below. Support your child's learning through the pack sent home or via the class pages on the 'children' tab below.
Rainbow walk challenge! When you are out on your daily walk/ exercise. Can you look for something that is the same colour as each part of a rainbow. Can you find something red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo or violet? I wonder if you can sketch what you have found on your walk and write the colour next to it.
The Rainbow Colors Song
Can you learn the colours in a rainbow?.
Can your grown up help you to make your own sandwich? I wonder what fillings you will choose. Maybe you could write a list of instructions of how to make one. Remember to use: First, Next, Then and Finally when writing your instructions. I look forward to seeing your sandwiches and instructions on Tapestry!
Maths game I wonder if you can add the animals together to find the total amount?
Monday 27th April
I wonder if you can write a sentence about this picture using the new split a-e sound. Remember to:
- Rehearse your sentence x3 using your fingers and count the amount of words.
- Fred talk each word carefully.
- Use a Capital letter at the start of your sentence.
- Use finger spaces between each word.
- Finish your sentence with a full stop.
Challenge - Can you can use some sparkly words in your sentence to describe the cake?
Your a-e picture to use to write your fantastic sentence!
I wonder if you can read some alien words with the a-e sound.
We really enjoyed learning about this story earlier this year. I wonder if you can join in with telling the story as you watch the video. Maybe you would like to create your own story map and add some actions.
Coin game I wonder if you can explore money and coins using the game!
Foundation Lions: Miss Wheelwright supported by Miss Patel, Mrs Mcdonagh and Mrs Sonita.
Foundation Tigers: Miss Eames supported by Mrs McDonagh, Miss Knight
Mrs Kaur - Speech and Language
Foundation 1 (Nursery): Mrs Cowgill and Ms Williamson supported by Mrs Kauser, Miss Kathryn O'Neill, Mrs Rowland, Miss Morrow and Miss Shackleton.
Welcome to the Foundation Stage!
The Early Years Foundation Stage (E.Y.F.S) is the stage of education from birth, though Nursery until to the end of Reception.
It is such an important stage as it develops all the different skills a child needs for school. It prepares them for future learning and success. It is based on the recognition that children learn best through play and active learning.
We love to learn!
Your child will be learning skills, acquiring new knowledge and demonstrating their understanding through 7 areas of learning and development.
Children should mostly develop the 3 prime areas first.
1. Communication and language
2. Physical development
3. Personal, social and emotional development.
As children grow, the prime areas will help them to develop skills in 4 specific areas.
3. Understanding the world
4. Expressive arts and design
Supporting your child (in F2) at home
It is very important that children get a chance to practise what they have been learning at school.
Please read with your child as much as possible and fill their reading record book. This will really help them to practise using their phonic skills.
Children will also be sent homework on Thursdays to be completed and returned to school by the following Tuesday.
If you have any queries please pop in and talk to us.
Your support is always valued.
Structured and Independent Play
In Foundation, children are provided with creative and engaging ways to learn through play. Children complete weekly challenges, gain confidence with peer and adult interactions and access the rich and vibrant learning environment.
Being outdoors has a positive impact on children's sense of well-being and helps all aspects of children's development. We provide lots of opportunites to go outside, where children have the freedom to explore, use their senses, and be physically active and exuberant. Children enjoy visiting the forest every Friday. We build dens, experiment with outside art and explore seasonal changes.