Welcome to EYFS.
Mrs Marston, Mrs Tait, Miss Palmer, Mrs Sanderson, Mrs Udale and Mrs Dow.
This page will showcase what has been happening in our Foundation Stage. We change our themes on a regular basis to provide children with the best opportunity to practise and develop their skills.
Some of our themes this term include:
- People Who Help Us
Check out our home learning ideas below for Nursery and Reception children.
Useful websites and resources
Our school Home Learning resource:
Take a look at BUSY THINGS in the resources section. It is a fantastic resource for all areas of the EYFS curriculum.
The National Oak Academy has been developed by the Government to provide children with daily video lessons.
Phonics play has allowed parents free access to their website, please log on to www.phonicsplay.co.uk and use Username: March 20 and password: home.
To access additional reading books, you can find leveled reading books by signing up to https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/library-page. Here you will find an extensive range of ebooks for your child.
We use Numberblocks in line with our maths curriculum https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/shows/numberblocks
We have two great additions to our outdoor area this year - a mud kitchen and a tinkering shed.
Well, our children have had an amazing time swimming over the last two terms. They have made so much progress from being afraid to get into the water to having the confidence to swim like fish! Look how much fun we had in our last session.
We have had a fantastic STEM week in the EYFS, incorporating our theme, Transport. The Reception children enjoyed linking new books, Naughty Bus, Boy on the Bus and Rattle and Rap to their learning.
Understanding the World
We have enjoyed finding out about traditions we follow in our families. The children brought the interest of pancakes for the upcoming Shrove Tuesday/Pancake day. We had lots of discussion about what we do at home on Pancake day and how we enjoy our pancakes. We incorporate lots of measuring in our making of pancakes and (almost) everyone enjoyed eating them with some traditional toppings.