Our Topic This Half Term is....
Make sure you log on to your child's ClassDojo account to keep up to date with their learning.
Photos and observations of your child, plus any important information will be posted on to here.
Your child is entitled to free milk up until they are 5 years old. Please click on the picture above and fill in your details.
Learning through play is a term used in education and psychology to describe how a child can learn to make sense of the world around them. Through play children can develop social and cognitive skills, mature emotionally, and gain the self-confidence required to engage in new experiences and environments
Tapestry is used daily to record observations of your child's progress and development. We link it to the Early Years outcomes and once it has been posted you can see your own child's learning journey.
We can activate Tapestry by inputting your email address and then sending you an activation code. Once you have received this and clicked on the link you will then be able to view all the fantastic learning your child is completing daily.
Just like you, Tapestry enables me to observe your child's learning and progress. Please upload any learning or special moments your child carries out at home. I can use any observations uploaded by yourselves to link learning objectives and characteristics of effective learning that your child meets. Observations are how we assess your children daily in class to ensure they are making progress.
We follow the Number Blocks scheme of learning in maths, you can familiarise your child with this by watching episodes on Cbeebies
Oxford Reading Buddy
We have now sent out logins for Oxford Reading Buddy, please let us know if you haven't received it. Here you will be able to access a range of online books to read with your child, at the end of the book they can take a quiz and earn badges. I can keep an eye on your child's progress and watch them moving up the chart.
We follow Read Write Inc scheme for phonics. Your children will learn to form each letter correctly using special rhymes