Reading- Please read with your child every night and bring book bags into school every day.
Homework is set on a Friday and due in the following Wednesday.
P.E lessons are on a Tuesday and Thursday. Please ensure P.E kits are in school on these days.
Snack money is £1.50 per week payable on a Monday please.
Welcome Wednesdays; parents and carers of children are invited into class every Wednesday morning until 9:30. Please come along, spend time with the children and find out what we have been learning about.
Pupil Progress Meetings As the term progresses we will arrange an appointment with you to discuss your child's progress.
|Key dates this term:|
wb 2nd October Anti-Bullying Week
6th October PTA Harvest Festival 2:30pm
9th October Individual photographs
wb 9th October Parents Come and Learn Week
19th October 100% Attendance Event and break up for half term
20th October INSET Day - School closed
wb 6th November Space Week
24th November Non-Uniform Day (a donation for the Bingo)
30th November Christmas Bingo
1st December Science Day
8th December Parents' Celebration Assembly
15th December Christmas Fair
20th December Christmas Shows 1:30pm & 6:00pm
21st December 100% Attendance Event
22nd December Break up for Christmas 1:00pm
What to expect, when?
Guidance to your child’s learning and development in the EYFS
Early Years Framework-
Early Years Outcomes
Early Learning Goals - The levels of progress children should have attained by the end of the EYFS, is defined by the Early Learning Goals. Click HERE to download the Early Learning Goals.
Development Matters in the Early Years - Here
We believe effective learning in the Early Years is the result of a balance between:
adult-led learning: this is led and managed by the adult and is typically planned to meet the specific learning needs of the child(ren)
adult-guided learning: this is where adults might support a child by guiding them (for example, by questioning and prompting, or by providing specific resources in an area of the classroom) and the child(ren) can independently practice or explore
child-initiated learning: this is when the child chooses where to go and what to do in the learning environment – it might look like play, but a lot of incidental learning can happen