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The class teachers are:                           

Miss Trivett on a Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday and Mrs Grout on a Thursday and Friday.

Mrs Jerrison is the Teaching Assistant who works every day.

We had great fun making Superhero vehicles!

We had great fun making Superhero vehicles! 1
We had great fun making Superhero vehicles! 2
We had great fun making Superhero vehicles! 3
We had great fun making Superhero vehicles! 4
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Our school day

8:45-9:00am. Family Learning.

Parents are encouraged to stay to help your child settle and to complete an early morning activity.


We have 2 carpet sessions throughout the day which focus on teaching a new skill such as Shared Reading, Shared Writing or a maths activity.


Children will be playing and learning. Either by themselves, with their peers or with an adult. (Please see below links to the areas of learning covered in a Foundation 2 classroom).

During the morning, there is always a Phonics session, time for a snack and for playing outside.

11:30-12:30 Lunch Time


Carpet session 2.


Time for playing and learning both inside the classroom and out.


Circle Time where the children will talk about a particular issue or Story Time where the children are encouraged to listen intently and to respond to what they have heard and say how they feel about the story.


Milk Time and time for the children to sort out what they need to take home.


Over the next 2 weeks we will be learning about.....




In Literacy...

The children will be talking about what qualities makes someone special.

They will be learning a new sound (in phonics) every day.

They will be writing their own Superheroes stories using their knowledge of phonics.

They will be reading every week with the Class Teacher or Teaching Assistant.


In Mathematics...

They will be practising counting forwards and backwards to 20.

They will be learning which numbers add together to make 10.

They will be practising adding and subtracting with objects .

They will be learning about 2D and 3D shapes.


In other areas...

The children will be making their own Superhero costumes.

They will be designing and making a Superhero vehicle that they will show to the rest of the school.

They will be learning about how to keep their bodies fit and healthy.



At Fosse, we believe that happy children thrive and we consider these four areas to make that happen...
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EYFS provision at Fosse Primary School

The EYFS education we offer our children follows the Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum and guidance.
We provide a learning environment which aims to challenge, encourage and inspire our children.
  • We build upon what your child already knows and can do.
  • We provide learning opportunities that challenge every child.
  • We provide a rich and stimulating indoor and outdoor environment.
  • Our approach gives every child the opportunity to pursue their own interests and gives them a choice of activities.

Our provision ensures coverage of the seven areas of learning (see below) and responds to the needs and interests of all our children. At all times, we consider characteristics of effective learning which promote positive attitudes to learning, an enthusiasm for knowledge and the confidence to become successful learners.

We follow the principles set out in:
More information regarding these documents can be found on the foundation years website.

There are seven areas which form the basis of the EYFS Curriculum. They are made up of the following prime and specific areas.

The prime areas are:
  • Personal, social and emotional development (making relationships; self-confidence and self-awareness; managing feelings and behaviour)
  • Communication and language (listening and attention; understanding; speaking)
  • Physical development (moving and handling; health and self-care)


The specific areas are:

  • Literacy (reading; writing)
  • Mathematics (numbers; shape, space and measures)
  • Understanding the world (people and communities; the world; technology)
  • Expressive arts and design (exploring and using media and materials, being imaginative)

The Characteristics of Effective Learning

Playing and exploring – engagement
•Finding out and exploring
•Playing with what they know
•Being willing to ‘have a go’

Active learning – motivation
•Being involved and concentrating
•Keeping trying
•Enjoying achieving what they set out to do

Creating and thinking critically – thinking
•Having their own ideas
•Making links
•Choosing ways to do things


Don't forget to log on to BUG CLUB every week to help to support your child with reading.

Help your child with phonics.

Help your child with phonics. 1

Practise ordering numbers with the caterpillars!

Practise ordering numbers with the caterpillars! 1