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16/06/21

Y4 craft club have been making bead key rings today. https://t.co/dLSOtaFmMs

16/06/21

Y2 have been making cooling fans in computing this afternoon. Perfect for the hot weather! https://t.co/ICfPAbmkAZ

16/06/21

🎨This week we have been reading the story ‘Sharing a Shell’ and the children in Reception have drawn some amazing pictures of the characters in the story 🙌 Well done 🐚 https://t.co/3BqNsqfLk8

16/06/21

Year 1 have been learning about the suffragettes. Yesterday they had a protest around the school to vote for women. https://t.co/1Gxm7ZnNXY

16/06/21

Today science club created fossils by replicating the fossilisation process. All you need is flour, salt, coffee, water and your organism to imprint! Have a go at home! https://t.co/VoRogW3Rse

11/06/21

Today we have reintroduced our play leaders onto the playground. We have had class votes to decide who will make sensible play leaders and already they are doing a great job! ⚽️🏓 https://t.co/aIl4BlM1DM

10/06/21

Chartwells have provided us with some delicious lunches this week! We are proud to provide our pupils with a hot, tasty meal at lunchtime. 🥦🌽 https://t.co/l6UUYMibyz

10/06/21

Spanish club have been learning how to count to 50 this week. Muy Bueno! 🇪🇸 https://t.co/dMU1dGD5AY

10/06/21

Y2 have been enjoying reading Roald Dahl’s Fantastic Mr Fox this week. This afternoon they had some reading time outside in the sunshine! ☀️📚 https://t.co/r6LKmQzQiU

09/06/21

Retweetd From World Book Day UK 📚

Tomorrow is ! Books are powerful tools to understand others, and we are proud to support this important initiative - which help young people earn more about empathy and how to put it into practice. Find out more about how you can join in here: https://t.co/tIVvp8Jir6 https://t.co/gkNRtS5h5w

09/06/21

🌈Wellbeing Wednesday: We are SO proud of Alijah in Stick Man Class 🙌who shared this AMAZING video all about how to look after yourself and brush your teeth! 🪥 https://t.co/wpynXNGVUk

09/06/21

Another one of our 14 exciting extra-curricular clubs was a success today! Y4 craft club created their very own sand bottles. 🎨 https://t.co/HPzj45ojd3

09/06/21

After school club had fun today making fruit kebabs for their snack time. They enjoyed eating these in the sunshine!☀️🍓 https://t.co/0XwZKlCIHb

09/06/21

This week, Y4 science club were investigating which carbonated drink contained the most gases with a very exciting investigation! 🧪 https://t.co/vDLbbaLku4

09/06/21

Lots of Lego WeDo going on around the school this week! The children have been enjoying learning how to programme and use coding to build robots. https://t.co/dSGisxKBV5

09/06/21

Today year 3 took their Maths learning outside. They practised making quarter, half, three-quarter and full turns as well as moving clockwise and anti-clockwise. https://t.co/a8WtmMbgUb

07/06/21

🎨Look at these beautiful flowers the children have painted in reception. The children learnt about colour mixing and looking for patterns and shape in nature https://t.co/hWSH2PpYdX

02/06/21

🌈Wellbeing Wednesday: Have you seen the new calendar for ? Find ways to find joyful moments this month. Day 2: say positive things in your conversations with others https://t.co/Hb5LINiyvS

28/05/21

🌈There’s even a club for staff 🎬Film Club: Early breakfast and catch up about this weeks filmchoice from Miss Solar- Bougrer. Who will get to choose next? https://t.co/gPKKBj28DW

28/05/21

Next half term we will continue our Computing curriculum. Years 2-6 will be exploring Lego WeDo which is a hands-on solution that enhances pupils' curiosity and skills in computing and science by following step by step instructions and using coding skills to build robots. https://t.co/4EcOubQYKh

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Reception

We hope you are ready to support your child with a packed year full of exciting learning through play. During this transition into school, we will be supporting your child's development using the Early Years Foundation Stage Framework.

This covers 7 areas of learning under the headings Prime Areas: PSED (Personal, Social, and Emotional Development), PD (Physical Development) & CL (Communication and Language).

As well as the Specific Areas: Literacy (Reading and Writing), Mathematics (Number and Shape, Space & Measure), EAD (Expressive Arts and Design) and UW (Understanding of the World).

The children will engage in a wide range of play based activities that are designed to support independent learning as well as adult led learning. Throughout the day the children have 3 main whole class carpet sessions with a key focus on, Literacy, Phonics and Number.

We have three whole class teaching sessions per day, these include Phonics, Maths and Literacy, however, these core skills are taught throughout the rest of the day, in small groups and throughout play within the continuous provision.


Reading

The children should have a picture book in their book bag. As their understanding of phonics develops, children will start to bring home phonics related reading books. It is important that you spend time listening to your child read on a regular basis, encouraging the key skills, as well as reading a story book to your child. We want children to love books and reading, so please make sure this is a fun activity that you both can enjoy!


Key Days 

Our PE day is every Friday morning. (Please ensure that your child has the correct HPACR PE kit). Please label all clothing.


Outdoor Learning

Within early years, children have the opportunity to explore activities inside and outside the classroom. To develop gross motor skills, fine motor skills and knowledge and understanding of the world, children will have the opportunity to use sand, water and the mud kitchen. aprons are always available and children are unrestricted during these activities. The doors are open from 9:30 to 11:00 where children have supervised access to the outside areas, including the fenced field area. To access these areas children must wear wellington boots and waterproof jackets or coats.