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We may be the youngest children in the school but we want to show you we do the most learning! Each day we have Maths, Literacy, Phonics and Guided Reading groups in addition to exciting ongoing provision and Units of Enquiry which help us learn through our own interests and in a child initiated way. We never stop!
Please take some time to look at our exciting adventures and you never know you may learn something new too!
Read our termly planning overview for parents:
All of our Foundation Stage staff have completed early childhood, childhood development and education studies.
Our EYFS Teaching Assistants have all completed a minimum of Level 3 qualifications in Early Years studies and use their knowledge, skills and experience to support the children in their learning every day.
Useful Information ….
Homework is is given out every Wednesday and expected to be returned by a Monday.
Library visits it’s will take place every Wednesday. Children are welcome to change their books weekly but there is no obligation to do so if you want to enjoy it a little bit longer. Although library books will be collected in every half term.
Forest sessions will take place every Wednesday so children will need to make sure they have their wellies in school as during the winter months the outdoors can sometimes get a little muddy!
PE takes place every Wednesday. Please make sure your child has the correct full PE kit in school every day. Please also ensure your child’s belongings are clearly labelled.
Show and Tell will take place on a Friday afternoon. your child is welcome to bring a special item in to share and talk about with the class although we encourage them not to bring anything too precious that may get broken or damaged easily.
“With God’s help we will work together to help each child fulfil their potential.”
“Parents and carers value the strong sense of community you encourage within the school’s
very diverse cultural and social mix where everyone is treated with kindness and respect.”
“Pupils’ behaviour is often exemplary.”
“The school embodies its Christian vision through the way it welcomes and supports pupils of all backgrounds and abilities, thus helping them to flourish.”
“My child never wants to miss school.”
“My child has been made very welcome.”