Welcome to the Early Years Foundation Stage!
The children are settling into their new classes incredibly well and we are so pleased to see their smiley faces coming into school every morning. They are making us so proud with their beautiful sitting, and how well they are learning all our rules and routines.
The children are very excited to stay for their first lunch on Wednesday 18th September and we are looking forward to the children starting full-time days from Thursday 19th.
This half-term our topics will include Myself, Family and Friends, Autumn and Diwali.
Every week we will upload a Weekly Overview, which will give you an insight into some of the activities we will be doing in school that week linked to our topic.
Homework books will be given out on a Thursday. They will need to be returned by the following Tuesday. Ideas for the homework will be available on the Weekly Overviews. Each week please give feedback on how your child found the activities, by leaving a short comment with their homework. Please note that Homework books are different to the red books shown in the parent-teacher meetings and now have a winter picture on the front.
Each colour team will have a Show and Tell date once, each half term. The show and tell must be inexpensive and we cannot take responsibility for the loss or damage of the item. This should be something of your child’s own choice, and could be a favourite toy/book/model, certificate of achievement, photo, something of interest that they have found. Etc.
The colour group dates are as follows:
Friday 4th October- Ruby group (red)
Friday 11th October- Emerald group (green)
Friday 18th October -Amber group (yellow)
Friday 25th October- Sapphire group (blue)
Keep checking back on this page for more updates and to see some of our brilliant work.
Please note that jewellery is not allowed to be worn in school. This includes hoop earrings, bracelets, anklets and necklaces. Only small studs are allowed, although these have to be removed on PE days.
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