Welcome to Foundation
Mrs Stone is the class teacher (and keyworker) for the Ducklings and Miss Mayall is the teacher (and keyworker) for the Chicks class
Mrs Pallett will be helping us with our learning in the Ducklings and Miss Catt will be helping with our learning in the Chicks class.
Mrs Hathaway will also help us.
Term 2 topic - Time for a Party.
We will be starting to find out about some festivals and parties that happen around the world.
Children should be encouraged to come in and organise themselves where possible. They should put their reading books in the basket and their bookbags in the box.
We would like to encourage parents to enjoy a story with their children.
Children are expected to take part in a reading activity at home at least 4 times each week.
Homework will be sent home on a Tuesday to be completed and handed back in on the following Monday. These will be challenges to keep you all busy at home. Please support us with these tasks to help your child extend their learning.
Forest School & Show and Tell timetables will be coming home during weeks 1 and 2
Please note - Show and Tell (on specified days) is the only time that children should bring toys into school. Children should not bring toys into school on any other occasion.
6th December - EYFS Christmas Production for parents 10am (ish) start
12th December - EYFS Trip - Westonbirt Arboretum
16th December - EYFS Christmas Party - with Parents
Please remember to send them in - we will be creating a display in our classrooms that show all of our amazing learning!
Please ensure children bring a jumper and a coat to school every day. We are learning outside daily and suitable clothing is essential. Everyone needs to have Wellington Boots in school every day.
Please make sure full PE kit is in school every day. (Plain White T Shirt, Black Shorts and PE Shoes)
Please make sure everything is named
Bookbags, reading records and reading books should be in school every day
Please can we remind you that if your child is poorly they should not be coming into school, and if they have been poorly, needing to be sent home from school they should not return until they have been well for 48 hours.
If your child is unable to come to school parents should telephone the school office.
If your child has any medication that needs to be administered in an emergency e.g inhalers - please send them into school and contact the office to complete the necessary paperwork. This paperwork needs to be completed before the medicine is left in school
If you need any further information or need to ask any questions please do not hesitate to contact
Mrs Stone (EYFS and KS1 Phase Leader) at firstname.lastname@example.org or by speaking to a member of the team.