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Welcome to Fletcher Class! 

We are named after the author Tom Fletcher who wrote the books

There's a Monster in Your Book and The Dinosaur that Pooped a Planet

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In Fletcher class you will find

       Miss Cooke                                            Miss Machin                                   Miss Wordsworth
          Teacher                                       Teaching Assistant 1:1                        Teaching Assistant

Miss Cooke                                                                    

Reading books

Don't forget, we are now changing home reading books in Fletcher class on Monday every week but please ensure your child brings their book and reading record to school every day. Thank you! frown

HALF TERM Phonics challenges

We have now finished learning all our phase 2 and 3 phonics sounds. We are currently spending our phonics lessons revisiting and revising these sounds to become super strong and confident with our reading and writing and also improve our fluency. We continually give the children lots of opportunity to apply their phonics knowledge in the provision everyday through games and activities. The Early Learning Goal (ELG) that the children should be reaching by the end of their reception year for reading and writing is as follows:

 

Reading: Children read and understand simple sentences. They use phonic knowledge to decode regular words and read them aloud accurately. They also read some common irregular words (tricky words). They demonstrate  understanding when talking with others about what they have read.

 

Writing: Children use their phonics knowledge to write words in way which match their spoken sounds. They also write some irregular common words (tricky words). They write simple sentences which can be read by themselves and others. Some words are spelt correctly and others are phonetically plausible.

 

It is really important now for children to be writing for a purpose as much as possible and we encourage you to do lots of this at home. They could help you out by writing things such as shopping lists, cards, letters, etc. - they could even write a sentence or more about something you do in the holidays! We would love to see everything they do! Upload something to Tapestry or bring it in to school by Tuesday 26th February - I am certain your child would love to show me and the rest of the class what they have done! We really encourage you to let your child use their phonic knowledge to do their writing independently - they know a lot of sounds now so if they get stuck, segmenting the word slowly together will help them to remember. Not all the words that your child writes will be spelt correctly, but, as the ELG says, "Some words are spelt correctly and others are phonetically plausible" so do not worry, this is completely normal.

HALF TERM Maths challenges

 

We have been exploring 3D shapes again this week in Reception and the children are becoming very confident at using the correct language to describe the properties of each one (sides, corners, faces, points). During the holidays, why not try these activities to help consolidate your child's shape knowledge even further?...

 

> Play shape shop. Ask your child to 'phone' the shape shop by pretending to hold a phone to their ear. They are phoning up to buy a shape, but they have forgotten the name! Ask your child to describe the shape that they want by naming the different properties of it (E.g. the shape I want to buy has 3 sides, 3 corners and is a flat 2D shape). How many shapes can your child describe?

>2D/3D shape hunt around the house, garden, shops etc. How many 2D/3D shapes can your child recognise? If you have some 2D/3D shapes at home, why not hide them around the house for your child to find and sort into piles of 2D and 3D. If not, why not draw some 2D shapes and see how many 3D shapes/objects your child can find within your house? (E.g. a pringles tube is a cylinder)

> How many 3D shapes can your child make using play dough? See the recipe to make it at home below! Can your child help with the measurements? See if they can count out the correct cups of flour/salt etc. 


https://theimaginationtree.com/best-ever-no-cook-play-dough-recipe/ 

Trip to the field

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Phonics

This week we have learnt the sounds /ear/ and /ure/. The children have shown a brilliant understanding of these sounds so far, but if you carried on exploring these sounds at home with your child it would help their reading and writing skills to flourish even more! You could do this by playing this game...

 

Can you beat the timer?

Print the word documents below that has a range of words containing the /ear/ and /ure/ trigraphs (A trigraph is when there are three letters together that make one sound!). Cut them up and see how many your child can read before the timer runs out (5 minutes!). This is to help the children with their fluency in reading and to build up their pace. Remind your child to say each sound out loud and in order, before blending them together. Your child should keep doing this until they can hear and read what word it is. Challenge your child further by seeing if they can complete this quicker next time!

Please add any pictures or comments of your children completing the challenges onto Tapestry

Maths

This week in maths we have been looking deeper at the number 7. We have focused a lot on subtraction. This is a hard concept for the children so it would be good if you could practice subtraction with objects at home. Start with 7 objects and then take some away, see if the children can record this by using marks. This week we have also looked at doubling 7 and representing this in different ways and we have also explored Odd and Even numbers. 

Chinese New Year Celebrations

This week we have celebrated Chinese New Year by exploring cultural food and dancing! On Tuesday, we watched a video of new year dragon dancing in China and we discussed the differences between our culture and Chinese culture. The children were able to recognise one difference being how food is eaten in different countries. In our home corner this week, the children have enjoyed using bowls, chopsticks and wool (noodles!) to explore eating with these and some found it very tricky! Despite this challenge, the children perservered well and enjoyed trying to pick up the noodles using the chopsticks. When we watched the dragon dancing video, it sparked lots of curiosity and the children were mesmerized by the fantastic dancing and the different colours on the fancy costumes! 
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A huge thank you to parents/carers this week for their donations for the bake sale which was raising money for the shark project in Carle class. Another huge thank you to those of you that could make it to our first read and relax session today. It was lovely to see so many parents interest in how their children read and getting involved in all the reading activities we had set up.

 

Phonics

This week in phonics we have introduced two new sounds to the children. These sounds are, 'er' and 'air'. The children have had a lot of opportunity to embed their learning through various reading and writing activities. It would be good if you could revisit these sounds with your children by reading some words which contain these sounds? For example, hammer, chair, hair, pair, fair, ladder, tower and shower.

 

 

Maths

This week in maths we have introduced our new number, 7. We have been investigating this number in great detail by using a story to support our learning, this story is Handa's surprise. We have discovered the different ways of making 7, using our fingers, objects, and pictures to represent this. Maybe you could see if your child can tell you a way to make 7? We have also learnt one more and one less than 7, using concrete resources to support us.

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We will be celebrating Chinese New Year across Early Years, we have lots of lovely activities and provision set up for the children and we will also be participating in some food tasting so the children can explore foods from other cultures. This will all help them to learn more about this celebration.

Phonics

This week we have learnt the sounds /oi/ and /ur/. The children have shown a brilliant understanding of these sounds so far, but it would be fantastic if you could keep practising these sounds at home to build an even deeper understanding and good memory of these! You could do this by playing this game...

 

Picture Hunt!

Print the word document below that has a range of pictures which words contain the /oi/ and /ur/ digraphs (Remember; a digraph is when there are two letters together that make one sound!). Stick them up around the room and get your child to hunt round writing each word down in a list. Remind your child to say each word into their hand, shake it up and then segment the sounds out slowly out loud – this will help them hear every sound in the word. Encourage your child to listen for every sound again if you notice they have missed one out! Challenge your child to see how many words they can write altogether! To challenge even further, you could even ask your child to write sentences with the different words in! The children are becoming fabulous at this. Also within the word document you will find a sentence writing prompt, with our sentence writing rules on – ALWAYS include a capital letter, say it into our hands, use finger spaces after each word and full stops on the end. If your child finds these words easy to write you could provide them with some even trickier words with these sounds in such as... poison, tinfoil, spoil, voice, noise.

Remember: they do not have to be correctly spelt, just phonetically correct!

 

DON'T FORGET TO TAKE A PICTURE/VIDEO AND UPLOAD TO TAPESTRY! frown

Maths

This week the children have done so well in maths and have learnt and understood so quickly! We began the week with a quick shape refresher – our objective was to describe shapes to our friends so well they could guess what they were! We were really good at this, we then got the slime out so we could feel the shapes in the slime and have to describe them without looking ourselves too, the children had great fun!

We wonder if you and your child could look round the house for different shapes. What different ones can you find? Are they 2D (flat) or 3D (fat)?

 

We then went on to exploring length which involved lots of new language – long, short, longer, shorter, longest, shortest, longer than, shorter than! So much! The children tried really hard to use this language all the time when comparing different sizes, sometimes slipping in to bigger and smaller, but with a small reminder they could remember the correct mathematical language. We were really impressed. We also introduced height and explained how length is when we measure something along the floor but height is when we measure how high something is coming off the floor. There was a bit of new language for this too! Tall, taller, tallest and taller than – we were happy to know we could still use the word short though! The children took to this really quickly, so we decided to introduce measuring with non-standard units, which was so much fun! This is when the children measured how long or tall something was in cubes and then compared using the cubes instead. It was good to hear the children comparing using numbers and deciding things were longer or taller because the number was bigger, well done guys.

What can you find in your house to compare the sizes of? Is it long or tall?

 

DON'T FORGET TO TAKE A PICTURE/VIDEO AND UPLOAD TO TAPESTRY! frown

Read and Relax Sessions

Read and Relax will take place on the following Fridays this term:

 

Session

Date

Time

1

1/2/19

1pm – 2pm

2

1/3/19

1pm – 2pm

3

15/3/19

1pm – 2pm

4

29/3/19

1pm – 2pm

 

Storytime Session

Children will be bringing a letter home tonight inviting parents to join us for a storytime session on Tuesday afternoon next week. We apologise for the short notice but would like to reassure parents who are unable to attend that there will be a further opportunity next term. We hope that many of you can make it and we look forward to seeing you!

Phonics

This week we have learnt the sounds /ar/ and /ow/. The children have shown a brilliant understanding of these sounds so far, but if you carried on exploring these sounds at home with your child it would help their reading and writing skills to flourish even more! You could do this by playing this game...

 

Word Jump!

Print the word document below that has a range of words containing the /ar/ and /ow/ digraphs (A digraph is when there are two letters together that make one sound!). Lay them out across the floor either inside or outside and say a word for your child to find and jump on. Remind your child to say each sound out loud and in order, before blending them together. Your child should keep doing this until they can hear and read what word it is. Challenge your child to see how many words they can read and jump on. To challenge even further, you could even put a five minute timer on to see how many words they can find in that amount of time! If your child finds these words easy you could write these words down on paper and add them to the game... start, frown, crown, brown, starfish, marking, parking.

 

DON'T FORGET TO TAKE A PICTURE/VIDEO AND UPLOAD TO TAPESTRY! frown

 

Maths

We have explored lots of mathematical concepts this week including one more, one less, representing numbers, doubling and halving. We have explored all these concepts by working with the number 6. The children really enjoy being active during their sessions where they use concrete objects such as toys and multi-link cubes to help with their learning. To help your child develop their knowledge of halving, please have a go at this activity at home...

 

Halving ladybirds

Print the document below titled 'Halving ladybird', or just use a space on your floor at home. Give your child a number of objects and see if he/she can half that number by sharing them out either into the two sections of the ladybird or into two piles on the floor. Can your find count the number of items in one group to find what half of the amount it? It is important that you ALWAYS remind and encourage your child to use language to explain what they have done, in as much detail as possible! To help them with this at school, we call these 'stretchy sentences'. Try modelling the sentence "Half of __ is__" and see if your child can repeat it back to explain what they have found! Can your child half numbers up to 10? Or even 20?

 

DON'T FORGET TO TAKE A PICTURE/VIDEO AND UPLOAD TO TAPESTRY! frown

Halving ladybirds

Please see the attached documents for the weekly learning that will be taking place in Phonics and Maths in Reception over the course of the year.

Our Digging Project

A group of children showed a real interest in the story 'A bigger digger' and it sparked real interest and fascination towards digging and finding things in the ground! A group of children followed this up throughout the morning by digging in the soil outside whilst others created maps that included labels, showing where they were going to dig and what they were going to find. The children were so amazed to find stones of different shapes and sizes, as well as old toys, pen lids and leafs. In the afternoon, we went down to the garden and continued our digging explorations. Great persistence and determination were shown by the children as they dug and dug through the soil, even though it took lots of strength, effort and time. The children became so excited when they began to uncover what they thought were real life DINOSAUR BONES! The white and red objects in the ground were very intriguing, so we continued to dig. After lots of time working together as a team to dig deeper, we soon realised they weren't made of bone... it was wood! The children were quick to notice that their findings looked like wood from a tree, then decided to use the internet to research 'How do trees grow?'. We came back inside and sat down to research all about trees. We then learnt that the 'Dinosaur bones' were actually in fact the roots from a tree. We learnt that the roots help trees to stand tall and strong on windy and rainy days. We were also interested to find out that the roots soak up rain water and help the tree to grow and blossom.

 

Look at all that learning that we achieved, just from reading a simple story and following the children's interests! By doing this, the children developed their... 
 

relationship skills, self-confidence, ability to manage feelings and behaviour, communication skills, physical development, writing skills, awareness of shape and size, understanding of the world and technology skills! 

 

Come in and have a look through our project book to find out about the journey of our new and exciting 'Digging project' frownno

Happy New Year everybody!  frown It has been lovely welcoming everyone back into school and watching the children settle back into their school routines with so much ease and pace! We have already learnt so much during our first week back!...
 

Phonics

This week we are learning the sounds /ai/ and /oo/. The children have learnt that the digraph /oo/ can make both a long and a short sound, so it is really important that when they read words they carefully blend the sounds and listen closely to make sure they are using the right sound! Please practise these sounds with your child at home by talking about or pointing out words that include these sounds. You could even practise singing the Jolly Phonics songs together:

 

Jolly Phonics /oa/ song

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l0u65e9pBDo

 

Jolly Phonics /oo/ song

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pxiRp9Vxz98

 

Maths

We are exploring the number 6 in lots of fun and engaging ways this week. We have enjoyed exploring the different number bonds to 6 through a game of 'grow me, show me, throw me'. Why not practise this with your child at home?...


How to play:

1. Ask your child to hide their hands behind their back. Say "Grow me 6" and encourage your child to use both hands to 'grow' 6 fingers. (Your child might grow 2 fingers on one hand and 4 on the other, or 3 on one hand and 3 on the other, and so on).

2. Say "Show me 6" and ask your child to show you their hands/fingers. Discuss how your child has grown 6 fingers. Can your child explain what they have done? Encourage your child to use 'stretchy sentences' by saying things such as "I have made a group of 5 and a group of 1" or "Double 3 makes 6". It is important that children are encouraged to explain and justify their mathematical thinking, so try give them lots of time to think and talk!

3. (Now for the fun bit...) Say "Throw me 6!" and your child will throw their 6 fingers into the air and cheer "woooooshhhh!".

4. Repeat the game. How many ways can your child make the number 6? Can he/she find all the different ways of making 6? Can they use 'stretchy sentences' to explain how they made 6?

Please note, school re opens for Spring term on Tuesday 8th January.

Christmas party

We had such a brilliant time at our Christmas party playing lots of games such as musical statues, dancing competitions, musical bumps and pass the parcel. The children won lots of prizes for their amazing dancing and effort! Afterwards, we enjoyed some quiet time together watching Trolls holiday special whilst eating some yummy party food. 

Our last music session of the term!

The children have really enjoying taking part in our weekly music sessions where they have learnt new action songs and used musical instruments to make rhythms and follow a beat. The children have all shown excellent listening and attention skills each session and have really impressed our visitor! For our last session, we enjoyed a Christmas special where we sang songs about Santa, presents and the snow. The children have impressed us with the effort they have shown in their sessions and they have all made such good progress with their awareness of rhythm and ability to use different vocal sounds and volumes in their voices when singing! Well done Fletcher class! frown

Christmas carols and cuddles by the campfire

We all had a wonderful afternoon by the campfire where we enjoyed hot chocolates and sang Christmas carols together. Thank you to everybody who joined us!

Christmas Stay and Play

Thank you to everybody who came to our Christmas Stay and Play session this week. It was lovely to see so many of you join us and take part in our morning routines and activities. The children had a wonderful time! If you didn't manage to join us, don't worry! We will be holding more Stay and Play sessions in the New Year, so keep posted to hear about dates and times smiley

This week we had a very special visitor in school... Santa! The children had lots of fun meeting him and were very excited to receive not one, but two special presents from him!
Thank you for visiting us Santa!

Christmas Dinner!

We all enjoyed tucking into our yummy Christmas Dinner at school this week whilst listening to Christmas songs in the dining hall! Merry Christmas! 

Important dates!

It is now the last week of term and we are extremely busy in Reception on the run up to Christmas!;

 

Wednesday 19th December 2018

Wear your party clothes to school

Christmas Lunch 

 

Thursday 20th December 2018

Wear your party clothes to school

Christmas party day

Meeting Santa! (Don't forget your £1!)

 

Friday 21st December 2018

Wear your Christmas jumper to school

Break up for Christmas holidays at 2pm.

 

Don't forget, we break up for Christmas on Friday 21st December 2018 and will be returning to school on Tuesday 8th January 2019. Monday 7th January will be a staff training day and school will be closed. We hope you all have a wonderful last week of term and enjoy your Christmas holidays. Thank you and well done to everybody for a brilliant first term in Reception!

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from the Reception team! frown

 

 

Maths Mastery - Number 5

Maths

In our Maths sessions this week we have been exploring the number 5 even further. As well as discovering what is 1 more than 5 and what is 1 less than 5, we have also learnt about doubling 5! We did this by playing musical doubles. We each had 5 multi-link cubes and danced around the classroom to some of our favourite music. When the music stopped, we had to find a partner and join our groups of 5 together to find what double 5 makes. The children were very good at using their stretchy sentences to explain what they had found! Some children could explain that "Double 5 makes 10" and even "Two lots of 5 makes 10"!. Why not look around the house for some objects or toys that you could use to play musical doubles with your child? frown

Phonics

This week in phonics we have learnt 2 new digraphs (2 letters which make 1 sound) which were 'ee' and 'or'. We read words with these digraphs in and also spell them. The children are becoming so good at forming their letters and remembering what letters are in each digraph. The links for the Jolly Phonics song for these sounds are below;

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5jj1WAkE6mQ

We have also continued to learn our new Tricky Troll words this week and have concentrated on the words 'you' and 'my'. We recapped on all the tricky words we have already learnt too and the children were really good at remembering them which is great.

 

How you could help at home: Continue to recognise letters with you child and encourage them to be enthusiastic about this. Reading with your child - their school book or phonics game - will also really help them to practice their phonics. Books are changed on a Friday if they are put in the basket, thank you :)

 

Preview learning; Next week we will be practising all the phonemes and digraphs we already know by doing some Christmas writing.

Little Nativity

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The children did a fantastic job in our Nativity this week and put on 2 amazing shows! We hope you enjoyed it, thank you for coming!

Our Nativity

The children are all enjoying practising for our Nativity show next week. Please practise the songs below with your child over the weekend so they can be super singers at the performance. Also, if your child has a speaking part please make sure you are practising their lines at home so they are confident with the words they have to say.

Thank you!

 

01 little nativity.wma

02 mary, mary, what a surprise.wma

03 such a long way.wma

04 bethlehem is full.wma

05 in the stable.wma

07 on that night.wma

08 once there were three wise men.wma

10 one little boy in the straw.wma

Exploring number 4 in the classroom

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Children In Need

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Thank you to everybody who took part in our Children In Need event by dressing up or donating. The children had lots of fun wearing their pyjamas to school smiley

Weekly music sessions

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This term we have started our Music sessions where the children are able to explore singing, using different instruments to make musical sounds with and moving their bodies to these. During our first session, we learnt what a Ukulele is and had lots of fun singing along and dancing to the different songs that we learnt in the session. The children were very excited to take part and already can't wait for next week! 

A special visitor!

This week we had a couple of visits from a very special friend... Storm the bunny! Miss Machin kindly brought her in to meet the children and she got a very warm, loving welcome! The children took great care of Storm by making sure that everybody handled her gently and didn't make too much noise or scare her! It is really important that children are able to experience handling real life animals as it can help to develop their understanding of the world around them and the things that live in it. The children developed a great love for Storm throughout the days she spent with us and were amazing at looking after her.Thanks for visiting us, Storm! 

Remembrance day

The children decorated a sign which read '100' in support of Remembrance day. We spoke about how a long time ago lots of people did some very brave things to help our country and this day was to appreciate and remember what they did for us. The children enjoyed visiting the Remembrance day poppy display which the whole school created together.

Maths Mastery - Number 3

The children have shown great skill in finding different ways to make the number 3 during our maths sessions. We particularly enjoyed playing musical statues, but with a twist! We danced around the classroom but when the music stopped we had to quickly group ourselves into 3's. We were extremely good at organising ourselves into groups of 3 and we were able to discuss in depth what we noticed when some children were left over! The children are now taking ownership of their maths floor book with great pride. Please feel free to come in and take a look at all of our mathematical mark making!
We were very lucky to be able to have a brilliant Judo session in school. We explored how to move our bodies in different ways by pretending to be animals - it was so much fun! The children all engaged with the session fantastically by listening carefully, following instructions and skillfully moving their bodies in certain ways!

Maths Mastery - Number 2

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Maths Mastery - Number 2 2
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We have been exploring the number 2 in lots of different ways in Fletcher class. We searched the provision for objects that showed the number 2. Some children were able to find two of the same objects, whilst others could bring two different objects and explain that two one's also makes 2! The children are now becoming very good as using 'stretchy sentences' to explain their thinking and answers in greater depth. As well as using objects, the children are becoming more aware of how to represent numbers using marks on paper too and are beginning to take real ownership of our maths working wall in the classroom. Make sure to take a look at it when you are next in class!

Autumn Half Term Challenge

After the half term we would really love to hear what you have all been up to. It would be great if you and your child could create either a collage of pictures, or a picture drawn by your child, showing what you have been getting up to during the week. Your child will then have time to discuss this and share it during their key worker time. We are really proud of how all the children have settled over their first half term, well done everyone! Thanks for a great start to the school year.

You can either upload these to tapestry or your child can bring these in to school. Thanks.

Maths Mastery - Number 1

As part of our Maths Mastery focus, the children have been learning about the number 1. To develop a secure understanding of the number 1 we have been representing it in different ways by using things such as objects, movements, noises and written marks. We have also been exploring children's thinking through detailed discussions, where we encourage the children to explain and justify their answers. The children have all demonstrated a secure understanding of the number 1 and it has been amazing to see how they have used the provision to apply their learning and explore this even further! Throughout the year, we will continue to support the children in becoming masters of maths by exploring numbers 1-10 in fun, engaging and meaningful ways. Keep checking our page to follow our journey!

World Mental Health Day

To promote and support World Mental Health Day, Fletcher class spent the day exploring mindfulness and well-being activities. The children loved taking part in our yoga sessions and were fantastic at practising our breathing exercises. During these relaxing exercises, we focused on becoming aware of the different parts of our body and finding our inner calm. Some children took a trip to the garden, where we engaged in some more yoga movements and we spent some time relaxing whilst listening to the nature sounds in the garden.
Our daily discrete phonics sessions enable the children to apply their phonic knowledge through reading and writing activities which are adapted to their needs. The children are making good progress with their Phonics and have now learnt a range of letter sounds. To help support your child with their learning, why not practise the Jolly Phonic songs at home? We sing these songs in school to help children remember the letter sounds they are learning. Follow this link to find the songs! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ei0iFs5uF6w

Key Person System

At Sharp Lane Primary School we continually strive for the best outcomes for our pupils both academically and emotionally. Our Key Person system plays a vital role in connecting and tuning in with children and families at a more personal, small group level. Whilst Miss Cooke will have overall responsibility for the children in Fletcher class, your child's Key Person will play an essential role in caring for your child, supporting their development and developing rich relationships with families, resulting in a 'community of learners' approach. Spending daily time in our Key Person groups supports our ethos of 'togetherness' which is embedded within our key family approach. Through this approach, we are able to become engaging companions for curious young minds, supporting their explorations and observing their discoveries. It is through this approach that we are able to observe our children flourish whilst achieving wonderful outcomes and most importantly being 'happy'. 

Reception Class Curriculum meeting

We hope that your children have had a wonderful start to the year and have settled well into their new class. The team are thrilled to invite you along to a curriculum workshop where we will share information about the Early Years Curriculum, how children learn in the Early Years, how we support learning at Sharp Lane Primary School and ways in which you can support at home. The dates for these sessions are: Thursday 20th September at 3:30pm or Tuesday 25th September at 9am. We look forward to seeing you at one of these.

How Children learn in Early Years

In Early Years we recognise children as competent and capable learners born with inquisitive minds. Listening to the children's curiosities and interests is a key method through which we are able to interact, scaffold and co construct learning alongside the children, creating a learning environment in which children flourish into confident explorers and reflective learners. Throughout the year the children's learning in Reception Class will reflect this 'community of learners' approach where children interests are the basis for future learning. This alongside discrete teaching sessions of key skills in Phonics and Maths will support the children in becoming independent and motivated learners.


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