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Welcome to Reception Miss Turner, Miss Bright, Miss Hussain, Miss Greenwood, Miss Kirkwood and Welcome to Reception Miss Turner, Miss Bright, Miss Hussain, Miss Greenwood, Miss Kirkwood and Mr Smith

Daily routines l Children can enter school between 8: 45 and 9: 00 am. Daily routines l Children can enter school between 8: 45 and 9: 00 am. l RB come in and pick up from the classroom door and RT through the cloakroom door. l Please let your child enter the classroom independently.

Daily routines l For the first half term children can be collected from school Daily routines l For the first half term children can be collected from school from 3: 20 pm and this will change to 3: 25 pm after the first half term break. l School must be notified of all of the adults who have permission by you to pick up your child.

Curriculum Coverage l The Foundation Stage consists of seven areas of learning. These are: Curriculum Coverage l The Foundation Stage consists of seven areas of learning. These are: Personal, Social and Emotional Development Communication & Language Physical Development Literacy Mathematics Understanding of the World Expressive Arts & Design

Topics Our topics are: Autumn 1: Marvellous Me Autumn 2: Under the Sea Spring Topics Our topics are: Autumn 1: Marvellous Me Autumn 2: Under the Sea Spring 1: Space Spring 2: Minibeasts Summer 1: Fairy tales Summer 2: Woodland Animals

Reading Children will shortly receive their Reading books and diaries. l These should be Reading Children will shortly receive their Reading books and diaries. l These should be kept in book bags every day l The children will be read with and have their books changed at least once a week l Books will only be changed with a comment from home in the reading diary. l

Read Write Inc. l Read Write Inc. is a phonics scheme we use to Read Write Inc. l Read Write Inc. is a phonics scheme we use to teach children to read and write. l Children are taught the pure sound of each letter so they can easily sound out and blend words in the early stages of reading. l The children are regularly assessed and grouped in order to meet their individual learning needs.

Homework Reception children will be given homework which relates to the topics we are Homework Reception children will be given homework which relates to the topics we are covering once a half term. The activities will be fun, creative and practical. l We will also send home curriculum flyers once a half term which can give you ideas of how to support your child at home. l We encourage you to put observations on Tapestry of any Wow Moments or exciting things you have been doing at home! l

l Online learning journey l Trialled last year and had positive feedback from everyone l Online learning journey l Trialled last year and had positive feedback from everyone l As parents, you will be able to view your child’s learning journey and add your own observations using the free app or the internet.

Snack l Your child can bring a named bottle of water or dilute juice Snack l Your child can bring a named bottle of water or dilute juice everyday. l Children can also bring in a snack box for snack time, this should only be fruit or vegetables.

Baking l Your child will have the opportunity to bake in school at least Baking l Your child will have the opportunity to bake in school at least once a half term. l We will send letters home if containers are required. l If your child has participated in baking, we ask for a 50 p donation to cover the cost of ingredients.

Positive behaviour management l The children have been assigned into a house, they will Positive behaviour management l The children have been assigned into a house, they will then collect house point for good behaviour choices and team work. l Children’s work is praised and shown to the rest of the class. Each classroom has a ‘Wow Wall’ where work is displayed with pride. l Exceptional pieces of work are taken to the deputy or head teacher who will issue them with a special sticker and certificate. l The children each have a green card, they will receive a first warning, then a yellow card and then a red card for any persistent negative behaviours.

Merit bag l Every Friday afternoon we will hold a Celebration in Reception. l Merit bag l Every Friday afternoon we will hold a Celebration in Reception. l Here we choose the Merit Bag winner l This is a child who makes good choices all week l They get to choose some toys to take home over the weekend as a reward

Communication l Email or phone l See Teacher or Key Worker before or after Communication l Email or phone l See Teacher or Key Worker before or after school l Reception class blog l Parent mail l Parents’ Notice Board

Parental engagement l Parental engagement is an important factor in helping children to learn Parental engagement l Parental engagement is an important factor in helping children to learn and to achieve. l Stay and play sessions l Parent Workshops l The Reception blog l Two parents evening sessions and a mid year report. l Observations on Tapestry

School uniform l Anything your child brings to school must have a name on School uniform l Anything your child brings to school must have a name on it! l Wellies and Waterproof coats should be in school for outdoor learning l The children are expected to dress and undress independently for P. E. on a Tuesday afternoon.

School clothing l If your child has a toileting accident in school, they will School clothing l If your child has a toileting accident in school, they will be changed into school clothing. l Please return these items freshly laundered as soon as possible. l We are always short of underwear and socks- if you are having a clear out!

How can I support my child? l Look out for updates on the class How can I support my child? l Look out for updates on the class blog of what we have been doing in school and how you can extend this further at home. l Listen to your child read at home. l Support your child with their homework. l Encourage them to write for a purpose – inside greeting cards, party guest lists etc. l Use and apply mathematics at home , counting up and down the stairs, reading the numbers on buses, sharing out objects equally etc.