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Our latest news.....

Our Autumn walk to the park was a huge success, the children had lots of fun looking for leaves, sticks, conkers and looking at all of the trees.

On here you can find out lots of information about what we are learning. In the Foundation Stage, your child’s learning is guided by the statutory requirements of the Early Years Foundation Stage. This is composed of 7 areas of learning.  Below you can find more information about each area of learning and some photos of activities we have been doing to support each area. 
In phonics we are learning these sounds, and tricky words. We have put these into your child’s reading diary each week to practise at home. 
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A few reminders ...



Our PE is on a Thursday. Please make sure that your child has their PE kit in a drawstring bag on their peg on a Thursday. The PE kit should include navy or black jogging bottoms or leggings for girls, plain black or navy shorts, plain white t-shirt, navy sweatshirt or jumper and trainers for outdoors, plimsolls for indoors.




Our Forest School session is on a Friday. Please make sure your child brings their wellington boots and is dressed appropriately to keep warm, dry and have lots of fun in our school grounds.



ReadingIt is our school’s new expectation that Foundation Children need to read 4 times every week to be rewarded with a treat.  So please keep reading. Come on F2 wouldn’t it be great for everyone to be rewarded with the next treat? Can we do it? - Yes we can! Books are changed every week.  Please write this in your child's school diary.



Home fun – Our school expectation is for you to complete one piece of home fun each week. If you can complete more that is brilliant. Certificates are awarded to children who complete one piece each week and prizes to those who do more. We collect the home fun books in on a Tuesday and send them out again on a Friday to give chance for the books to be marked.