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RKJ - Miss Karfopoulos (Mon-Weds)

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RAC - Miss Crossley

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RKJ - Mrs Jeynes (Thurs-Fri)

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RLW-Mrs White

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Class Routines

Children access outdoor provision so must have appropriate outdoor footwear and a waterproof all in one suit available.

Milk is taken during the morning session by those registered with 'CoolMilk' and free fruit/vegetables are available for all to eat  also. They should bring their own water bottle each day, and take home each evening.

Children go to the hall for their dinner at 11-35am each day. Meals are free for all.

Each week one child from each class will be selected for 'always doing the right thing' and will go to ALWAYS CLUB for an hour on Friday afternoon.

Curriculum Enrichment

We try to help 'bring the curriculum to life' by following children's interests as much as possible. We also have an end of year trip each year in July, details of which will be given nearer the time. 

Homework

Reception children should be encouraged and supported to read every night.

When the children have started their Phase 2 Phonics work they will start bringing home a sound book. When they have started blending sounds they will bring reading books to share. We use both paper books and online e-books on the activelearn primary website, for which your child will be provided with a password. 

 

Reception Timetable and Curriculum Information 2016-17

In Reception, children have 3 teacher led carpet sessions a day: Literacy, Phonics and Maths. During the course of the week we also cover other sessions like Handwriting, Music, Circle Time and Knowledge and Understanding of the World. Children in Reception spend a large part of their day learning in the different areas of provision in the classroom. This may be during an adult led activity, or by independently exploring something of interest. For a large part of the day, children have 'free flow' to the outdoor area as well, which is why outdoor clothing is crucial in Reception. 

It is recommended that teachers in the Early Years follow children's interests as much as possible, therefore we don't stick rigidly to a curriculum planner. Instead, teachers will communicate by newsletter what topics children are studying in class so that you can support learning at home. 

 

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