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Welcome to Foundation Stage!
 We are really excited about the year ahead and look forward to helping  the children grow in confidence, develop their curiosity and make sense of the world around them. We recognise that little people learn best when they are active and that this learning involves other people, objects, ideas and events. Therefore, we believe that Early Years education should be as practical as possible and our EYFS setting has an ethos of learning through play.
Owlet Class
Mrs Swanson and Mrs Mason
Cygnet Class 
Mrs Baker (Year Leader) 
Gosling Class
Mrs Power
 Teaching Assistants: Mrs Mattocks, Mrs Yarrow, Mrs Osbourne, Mrs Kaur and Mrs Hosking
Safeguarding Leads: Mrs Cairns and Mrs Park
SENCO: Mrs Cairns and Mrs Collins 
Office Manager: Mrs Russell 

Need a bit of calm and relaxation? Let Mrs Power tell you a story.....

Phonics at home - Week beginning 23rd March 2020
 Here are some other reading sites you may wish to access.

Support at home for children with Speech and Language Needs

Please see a useful website for those parents who have Speech Language and Communication Needs


To support your children's speech, language and communication needs, when your school closes, we have fast tracked the launch of our new parent's portal to help. The site will be live from Friday 20th March and will provide parents with FREE speech and language advice, resources and activities

Learning at Home

 Here are some ideas to help you continue your learning journey at home.

Suggested Weekend Activities.

28th – 29th March 2020

This weekend we want you to do something a little different.

Your fantastic parents have needed to become your teachers this week, so a great way to say thank you is to do something for them or to help them.  This can be something from the list below or something else – use your imagination!

  • Help with some housework (vacuuming, washing or tidying your bedroom).

  • Help to set the table.

  • Help to cook the family dinner or pudding.

  • Help your adult with some gardening.

  • Wash the family car

  • Or just give them as many hugs and kisses as physically possibleJ

On Monday, send us a photo of you being really helpful and kind. We will look through all the photos and see how many we can put on the website.

Have fun!

 Friday 27th March 2020 

Sing and dance - – can you join in with the words and actions? If you start counting from number 1, how many numbers can you write down? 


Can you make a story book? – it could be about pirates, princesses, space or even dinosaurs, you choose. Don’t forget you’ll need a front cover, pictures and some great sentences telling everybody your story. When you have finished, don’t forget to read your story to a grown up – you are now an author!


Putting your key words onto pieces of paper, can you run to the correct one, as your grown-up calls it out? High-five the paper and run back. How quickly can you do it?


 This is a great website for free games, maths and phonics:



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