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Reception

The Early Years Foundation Stage at Sharley Park.

 

Welcome to the Reception class page.  We are the Brown Mice and White Mice - we may be small but we are definitely mighty!

 

Information for our new families and Reception curriculum can be found by clicking on this link.

 

  

 

We value everything that your child says and does and want to ensure that you also get the opportunity to see these wonderful learning moments. To see what your child has been learning, please log into your child's online learning journal.

 

 

Information for Parents about the

Early Years Foundation Stage

 

To find out more about how your child learns throughout the Early Years Foundation Stage. Please click on the link below to find a copy of ‘What to expect, when?’ A simple guide which takes parents through the expectations of each age band in the EYFS and how they can support their children’s learning and development.

Key Skills Booklet - Early Years Foundation Stage

What to expect, when? A parents’ guide.

What Are We Learning About This Term?

Spring 4 - Why D Zebras Have Stripes?

Hamjambo! Why do zebras have stripes? Where do lions live? It’s time to discover amazing Africa and the wild animals that live there.

 

This half term, we’ll learn where Africa is and what the landscapes, people and wildlife are like across this stunning continent. Who are the Maasai? What is camouflage? Where is the Serengeti? Let’s find out! We’ll learn about what school is like for African children, use our senses to explore a ‘market stall’ of African foods and make African-style pancakes to fill with delicious ingredients. We’ll use our imaginations to explore African animals, record animal noises and write our own call and response songs. Using sticks, we’ll make African-themed marks in soggy soil, and create an African landscape using sand, rocks, gravel and driftwood. In mathematics, we’ll count and estimate animal numbers and in literacy, use labels and captions to identify animal traits. Then we’ll get creative, tapping out syllables on drums as we talk and trying our hand at African printing.

 

At the end of the project, we’ll make a book out of the photos we’ve taken. Then we’ll write a funny story about wild animals in unusual settings and play in the wild outdoors, pretending to be our favourite African beasts.

 

Medium Term Planning Spring Term 2

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Class Dojo

 

For the last two years, we have successfully been using an App called Class Dojo as both a reward and parental communication system in school. Lots of parents found using Class Dojo a real positive as it meant they were able to see how their child was praised and rewarded in class through the App instantaneously as well as keep up to date about school life and learning.

 

If you would like to get connected, please let your child's teacher know and they will provide you with a login and information on how to access the App.

 

Keep an eye out for messages and photos shared by your child's class teachers.

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