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1 Welcome to Reception Miss Davis Miss Wood Miss Williams Mrs Kodia Mrs Skinner Mrs Coulson

2 Daily Routine 8.40am ~ Drop off 8.50am School starts / Registration 9.00am ~ Carpet Session 9.20am ~ Free-Flow (Indoor and Outdoor Learning) 11.25am ~ Carpet session 11.50am Lunchtime 1pm Carpet session 1.20pm - Free-Flow (Indoor and Outdoor Learning) 2.50pm Carpet session

3 Our learning certainties. Good learners are: Resilient Enthusiastic - Responsive - Flexible - Resourceful - Inclusive - Resilient - Focused - Independent - Determined - Motivated - Imaginative - Confident

4 Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum Three Prime Areas of Learning Personal, Social and Emotional Development Communication and Language Physical Development Four Specific Areas of Learning Understanding the World Expressive Arts and Design Mathematics Literacy

5 Personal, Social and Emotional Development ~ Making Relationships

6 Personal, Social and Emotional Development ~ Self-confidence and Self-awareness

7 Personal, Social and Emotional Development ~ Managing Feelings and Behaviour

8 Communication and Language ~ Listening and Attention

9 Communication and Language ~ Understanding

10 Communication and Language ~Speaking

11 Physical Development ~ Moving and Handling

12 Physical Development ~ Health and Self-care

13 Mathematics ~ Numbers

14 Mathematics ~ Shape, Space and Measure

15 Expressive Arts and Design ~ Exploring and using media and materials

16 Expressive Arts and Design ~ Being Imaginative

17 Understanding the World ~ People and Communities

18 Understanding the World ~ Technology

19 Understanding the World ~ The World

20 Literacy Writing

21 Literacy ~ Reading

22 Reading Reading at school- Books are changed once a week on a Thursday. We collect them in and a new book is issued on Friday. Reading with teacher we aim to read a full book with each child each half term. Guided reading groups start when the children are ready. Reading at home- Reading, talking, questioning, sharing, and using picture cues. Reading diaries- please write a comment (monkey book). This will be issued next half term.

23 Phonics Phonics is taught daily, using Jolly phonics and Letters and Sounds. Autumn term- Phase 1 and 2 Spring term- Phase 2 and Phase 3 Summer term consolidate Phase 2 and 3 Encourage children to use their knowledge of phonics when reading and writing- phonic fingers and sound buttons. Recognition of tricky words - to me my he she the want etc.

24 Phonics Phase 2 single sounds make sure they are pure sounds. Phase 3 digraphs and trigraphs e.g. ch, sh, th ng, igh which are 2 or 3 letters that make 1 sound. Blending and segmenting CVC words using these sounds, using sound buttons, e.g m a t

25 Collective Worship Monday - Collective Worship Tuesday Singing Wednesday - Father Nigel or Father Peter Thursday Birthday bells at 9:30am Friday Celebration

26 Being ready for school Hair must be tied back No nail polish Correct PE kit in school with outdoor shoes please can you remember to label! Naming everything-water bottles/lunch and snack boxes/book bags/clothes/wellington boots. School book bag- no ruck sacks please (we would prefer no danglies, however if it is small we will allow 1). Waterproof coat, wellingtons, and a spare school uniform! No toys Healthy eating - packed lunch, snacks End of the day No use of playground equipment before or after school Late collection- 3.30pm to the office pm to Kew Kids

27 The Outdoor Environment When children play outdoors they are developing powers to think, feel, move and learn in their own environment (Mary Jane Drummond 1989) The richest classroom and deepest cupboard is roofed only by the sky. Margaret McMillan (1920)

28 Rewards and Sanctions Rewards: Queen s Shield (Friday) Sanctions: Warning Yellow card Red card

29 How can you help us? Talk to your child about taking responsibility for their clothes and encourage independence at every opportunity. Over half term practise encourage your child to get changed into their PE kits from their school uniform and back. Please encourage your child s independence when toileting. We will send out a weekly/bi weekly sheet out on a Friday, which will inform you of our topic for the upcoming weeks. It will provide you with activities and tasks to support your child at home.

30 School website Diary dates & calendar Fortnightly newsletters Key documents Policies Forms (uniform, leave of absence) Weekly sheets Useful links

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