Welcome to Foundation Stage
Robins Ducklings Puffins
Mrs Steward and Mrs Muckleston Mrs Edds Miss Griffiths
Mrs Coogan Mrs Horan Miss Morgan
Fun with Phonics - YOUTUBE
Click the link to watch the first series of Fun with Phonics
Due to the on-going situation we are unable to hold a curriculum workshop. Please click on the link to download and view the presentation. Powerpoint presentation
We have noticed an increasing number of children playing on the grass mound and on the grass edges around the North playground before and after school. Please could we ask parents to stop their children and their younger siblings from doing so. Apart from an obvious safety concern, many children are entering school with extremely muddy shoes and uniform which is damaging our carpets, resulting in staff spending valuable time cleaning shoes and wiping children’s clothes. We would also like to remind families that children should not be playing on the fitness equipment or riding scooters and bikes in the school grounds. Please help us to keep our busy playground a safe area before and after school, thank you.
The purpose of this booklet is to help you as parents and carers find out more about how your child is learning and developing during their first five years, in relation to the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS). It's an easy read, with ideas of what you could do at home to support your child's learning.
Check List For Parents:
Please click the following links to see what we will be learning in school:
Autumn Term 1
Talk for Writing:
Websites to help your children at home:
- Letter formation
- Jolly Phonics
- Pronunciation of phonics sounds
Letters and Sounds– This is a great website where you can play games to practise your phonics.
- Oxford Owl Reading has 250 free eBooks for you to share with your child
- Mr Thorne does Phonics
- Alphablocks CBBC Website
- Pie Corbett - Talk For Writing
- Suggested Reading for Pleasure Book List