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Reception (F2)

Welcome to Reception (F2)

 

Welcome to our Reception year group web page. 

We will use this page as a way of keeping in touch with parents and letting you know about the wonderful learning we are doing in school.

Information that is relevant to all Reception children and their families will be found on the year group page.

Each class will also have their own page where you will find photos and information for that class. You can find these by clicking on the correct star below.

 

Useful information

What can my child bring to school?

 

A water bottle - this needs to be clean and filled with water only. Please make sure your child's name is on the bottle.

Outdoor clothes - your child can bring appropriate outdoor wear for the weather. We play outside in all but the worst weather. Please make sure all clothes have your child's name in them.

Lunch bag - You may choose to send a packed lunch for your child. Please ensure this is a healthy lunch and that the bag has your child's name on the outside.

 

Please do not send - rucksacks, book bags or PE kits.

What are we learning?

In Reception we follow the EYFS curriculum and use the 'Development Matters' statements across all 7 areas of learning to guide the next steps we teach to your children.

Each term we consider where the children are in their development and decide on the broad areas that we will focus on. We then plan the teaching and learning that happens on a daily and weekly basis to support the children to make progress.

Please find below the overview of our Autumn Term curriculum.

 

Supporting learning and development at home

There are lots of ways that you can support your child at home with their learning and development. As we move through the school year we will add relevant information for different aspects of learning, such as phonics, as it is taught in class.

 

Please click on the stars below to take you to different pages where you can find ideas on how you can help your child with different aspects of their learning.

 

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