Letter to Parents
15th October 2021
What a busy week we have had this week. We visited ‘Storyworld’ to meet a character from the book ‘Tyrannosaurus Drip. He had a problem that we helped to solve. Ask your child what the problem was and see if they can tell you the story so far. This week we have also been trying to reinforce the numbers 1 -7, understanding their value and how the number shapes are formed. Please check Dojo for the rhymes and then you can share them at home and practise writing the number shapes.
EYFS Curriculum - Next week we will be doing the following:
Literacy - We will be visiting ‘Storyworld’ again to see what the next problem is in the story. I wonder how we will be able to help?
Letters and Sounds – We will be reinforcing the initial sounds we have learned to date (s, a , t, p, i, n, m, d) We will be putting them into words and captions and will be looking at the formation of each sound.
Mathematics – We will be reinforcing the formation of numbers 1 to 7 and I will be carrying out some assessments to see what progress they have made in their first half term in school.
Parents as Partners -
A big thankyou to all the parents who have attended our Parents Evening sessions this week. It was lovely to talk with you all and share your child's next steps in learning.
Math’s Workshops - Next week you are invited into school to learn about our mathematics curriculum within EYFS. I will be out with my clipboard to sign you all up.
Tuesday 19th October at 2.00pm
Wednesday 20th October at 2.00pm
Thursday 21st October at 2.00pm
On Friday 5th November the children within EYFS will be visiting Stockport Art Gallery. If you would like to join us all you are very welcome. Speak with a member of the EYFS team and we will put your name down to attend with us.
Date for your Dairy -
Harvest Festival at the Church - Wednesday 20th October at 9.30am
Have a lovely weekend and we will see you all on Monday.
The Reception Team
Home Learning Activities.
If your child is required to self-isolate due to Covid-19 please find below a range of activities and resources that you can access and do at home. There are lots of tasks to keep you busy and some can be done more than once.
In the event of your child's bubble being closed to self isolate more information will be provided relating to online learning and lessons.