Class 1 (EYFS) 2021 - 2022

Mrs Camps

Mrs Camps is also Deputy Headteacher.

 

OUR INCREDIBLE EYFS

Please contact the office if you would like to arrange a visit.

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WHEN TO APPLY

Nursery applications are taken throughout the year. Pupil's can start Nursery the term following their third birthday. For an application pack please contact our office. 

Reception children need to apply for their school place via Lancashire County Council.

 

OUR SCHOOL DAY

School starts at 8.45am and finishes at 3.30pm.

The morning session for Nursery finishes at 11.45.

 

What does our morning session consist of?

We begin each day with our 'Welcome Time' which includes singing and a morning Maths activity, We then take part in a Power Maths activity and children get the opportunity to extend their learning in our provision. Each child then has a snack and children under the age of 5 are entitiled to a carton of milk. We then have our Read, Write Inc. (phonics) session followed by access to a range of activities in our provision. Before lunch we have our Story Session and Nursery Rhyme Time. 

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What does our afternoon session consist of?

Our afternoon begins with a 'Mastery Maths session' and finishes with a song, story and prayer. Inbetween the afternoons vary depending on the day as children take part in a range of activities linked to our core theme such as P.E, PSED, Art & Design, R.E.

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What are our core topics?

Our Curriculum in the EYFS is based on a new topic each half term. We adapt our topics to suit the interests and need of our pupils.

This year our key topics are:

All About Me

Toys through time

People who help us

The Great Outdoors

Pirates and Journeys

Dinosaurs

*More information about our EYFS Curriculum is available to view in school. Please ask at the office for more information.*

 

How can I support my child at home?

 

Talking to you child:

There are a varity of activities available on the following link:

Activities for babies, toddlers and kids: Fun games to help development and bonding - BBC Tiny Happy People

 

Reading at Home:

Your child will bring home two books. One is for your child to read to you. It has been carefully chosen so that they can work out all the words. The other book has words your child may not be able to read yet. It is for you to read to your child and talk about together.
 
How to read a story to your child.
If you can find the time beforehand, read the read-aloud book to yourself first, so you can think about how you’re going to read it to your child. On the first reading:
 
•Make reading aloud feel like a treat. Make it a special quiet time and cuddle up so you can both see the book.
•Show curiosity about what you’re going to read: ‘This book looks interesting. It’s about an angry child. I wonder how angry he gets...’
•Read through the whole story the first time without stopping too much. Let the story weave its own magic.
•Read with enjoyment. If you’re not enjoying it, your child won’t.Read favourite stories over and over again.
On later readings:
•Let your child pause, think about and comment on the pictures.
•If you think your child did not understand something, try to explain: ‘Oh! I think what’s happening here is that...’
•Chat about the story and pictures: ‘I wonder why she did that?’; ‘Oh no, I hope she’s not going to...’; ‘I wouldn’t have done that, would you?’
•Link the stories to your own family experiences: ‘This reminds me of when ...’
•Link stories to others that your child knows: ‘Ah! Do you remember the dragon in ....? Do you remember what happened to him?’•Encourage your child to join in with the bits they know.
 •Avoid asking questions to test what your child remembers.•Avoid telling children that reading stories is good for them.
 

Virtual Classrooms: Each week you will receive links to Phonics Lessons that you can watch together at home. 

 

Tapestry: Each parent/guardian will receive a Tapestry account where they can view the learning that takes place each week. This can be used as a base for conversation at home. You will be able to access regular resources, challenges and actvities linked to Maths, Literacy and our Topics to use at home.

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What will your child need?

Your child will need to bring a book bag, reading books and a bottle of water to school each day. School dinners can be ordered but if you would like your child to have a packed lunch they will need to bring it. They will also need a pair of wellies to keep in school and you may wish to leave a spare set of clothes in case of an accident. Everything else is provided by us.

 

A GLIMPSE AT OUR AMAZING WORK

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"I am really please with how he's settled and his behaviour at school. It's amazing to hear he's interacting with adults and creating stories. Thank you so much for everything!"

"It's great to see my child's progression with phonics and numbers. A big thank you to Mrs Camps for bringing her out of her shell and building her confidence."

"She loves coming to school and playing with all her new friends. She loves Mrs Camps and Mrs O'Leary. Thank you."

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"My child is coming along very well since attending school, she is learning lots of new songs. Thank you."

"He really enjoys coming to school. He tells use how much he like it and Mrs O'Leary and Mrs Camps."

"My child has made great progress. I'm so please he has settled well. Thank you Mrs Camps and Mrs O'Leary. Also everyone in BC and ASC."

 

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"I am so happy with his progress especially his confidence. He really enjoys coming to nursery and loves his teachers. Thank you."

"I am so happy with my child's development. They have gained confidence and really enjoy coming to school. Thank you to Mrs Camps and Mrs O'Leary."

"I am very happy with how quickly my child has settled and the progress she is making."

"We are so happy with how easily our child has settled into school. He really enjoys his time here and tells us about his day. Thank you for encouraging him and making learning fun!"

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