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Exclamation mark iconRECEPTION

 RK - Miss George - supported by Mrs Lewis & Mrs Anderson 

RM - Mrs Massingham - supported by Mrs Banfield

RS - Miss Singh - supported by Mrs Watson

RP - Mrs Potts & Mrs Osmond -  supported by Mrs Rachael

EYFS Curriculum from Mary McGrory on Vimeo.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reception

In the Reception year we follow the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) Curriculum. it is split in to the following areas of learning:-

Image of the Early years Foundation Stage Curriculum Structure

Autumn Term 2020

Our main focus in the first half term is to support your child as they make the transition from a pre-school setting to school. We will be supporting them as they make new friendships and become more familiar with the school routines.

Our reception classes are exciting environments, where children are able to take part in creative, imaginative, physical and investigative activities. 

In Literacy sessions we will be encouraging the development of language skills. This will involve many listening activities and opportunities to speak with increasing confidence in front of others. We will be introducing the Jolly Phonics scheme, which teaches children their letters and sounds for writing. We will be learning some traditional nursery rhymes and learning some traditional stories and books with patterned text such as Each, Peach, Pear, Plum and The Enormous Turnip.

We will be exploring our outdoor area, enjoying playing in the playground and practicing fine motor control in readiness for writing. Later in the Autumn term we will begin to do some PE sessions in the hall, exploring different ways of travelling.

During the Autumn term, we will concentrate on recognising and ordering numbers and counting reliably. We will introduce addition and subtraction, and children will also learn to name various flat and solid shapes, and describe them using everyday language.

This term we will be celebrating several special days from varying cultures and traditions, including Diwali, Remembrance Day, Bonfire Night and, of course, Christmas! We will also be introducing the children to various forms of technology around the classroom, including the class computer and interactive whiteboard, laptops and programmable toys. We will also be starting 'forest school' and exploring the outside environment more.

From the very start of term we will encourage the children to express themselves creatively using a variety of media, for example painting, collage, music, songs and dance. Specifically we will creating Bonfire Night pictures, Diwali decorations and Christmas cards amongst others.

For further information about our Autumn curriculum, please see the Curriculum Letter below.

Spring Term 2021

Covid curriculum being followed.

HOMEWORK

HOMEWORK

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WEB-LINKS

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SET DATE DUE DATE

 

LETTERS & DOCUMENTS

GALLERIES

 

 

SCHOOL PHOTOS AUTUMN 2020 (21 images)

Here are the whole class-in-a-box photos.

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