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Dear Parents and Carers,

 

Hello and welcome back to school. We hope you all had a lovely half term break and your children are refreshed and ready for lots of new learning this term! Our topic is ‘Transport’ and please see the please see our Curriculum page for more information about some of the work we will be covering. Our indoor role-play area has been transformed into a ‘garage’ and the children are really looking forward to learning in there. Our outdoor role-play area is a home. The role-play areas will provide numerous opportunities for learning and cover all areas of the curriculum.

 

P.E will still take place on a Monday morning. Please ensure that all items of your child’s school uniform and P.E kit are clearly labelled with their name. Also, within our physical development learning we will focus on what is needed to remain healthy – exercise, diet and hygiene.

We also have continuous learning opportunity in our workshop area in class which the children really enjoy. We now need some more junk for modelling so please could you send in some boxes, particularly small ones!

 

We will continue with weekly baking in class. Please could you send in a contribution of £2 if you have not already? This contribution is voluntary and covers from Christmas to Easter, but there is still some money outstanding.

 

To support your child’s routine and due to the large number of older children coming in through the door on the infant playground, please could all reception children come in through our EYFS gate every morning. Thank you.

 

As always, if you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to come and have a chat with myself or a member of the Foundation Stage team – our door is always open!

 

Yours,

Dani Pallier and the EYFS team

 

February 2018

 

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To read Smartie the penguin and find other super websites please click here.

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