Meet the Team 2020-2021
Miss Bryan – EYFS Class Teacher
Mrs Cain Jones and Mrs Hogg – Learning Support Assistants
Use the links below to practice letter formation with your child at home, ask them to write the letters down. Ask your child to say the sounds as you point to the screen. At the moment we are currently up to the Set 1 sounds so do not stress that your child does not recognize the Set 2/3 page. It is just good practice to let them see the other sounds and hear you say them to them.
Play the Tricky Words song at home. Your child will recognize this straight a way and sing along! Ask them to write the tricky words down. Can they write short sentences containing the tricky words?
Just youtube ‘AlphaBlocks Set 1’ or ‘Alphablocks Set 2’ and lots of little video clips will come up for your children to watch at home for phonics.
Twinkl have lots of useful apps for learning at home.
Type ‘Twinkl Limited’ into the App Store to find apps to play at home.
Please note the majority of these apps cost around 99p each but we believe they are really useful to support learning at home.
Our favourites include…
- Twinkl Phoneme Pop Suite
- Alphabet Cards and Letter Formation
- Twinkl Phonics-Phase 2 Pop
- Twinkl Spell and Pop
I know it may seem like what your child can write down is limited but you would be surprised! Ask them to have a go at…
- Writing their full name
- Writing a card for me!
- Write a list… shopping, family members, toys they would like ect
- Write repetitive sentences for example looking out the window…. I can see a dog. I can see a car. I can a man. I can see a light. I can see the grass etc.
- Write a label for something they have made or built.
- Write short notes and leave them around for people to read.
10 Little Numbers
I Can Count to 20.
Count to 100
Counting in 2s
2d Shape Song
3d Shape Song (Don’t forget…we say ‘can of pop’ instead of ‘soda can’)
INFORMATION FOR PARENTS
At St. Charles’ the Reception class follows the Early Years Foundation Stage framework (EYFS). This curriculum is based upon four themes and principles.
Unique Child – Every child is a unique child who is constantly learning and can be resilient, capable, confident and self assured.
Positive Relationships – Children learn to be strong and independent through positive relationships.
Enabling Environments – Children learn and develop well in enabling environments, in which their experiences respond to their individual needs and there is a strong partnership between practitioners and parents and carers.
Learning and Development – Children develop and learn in different ways. The framework covers the education and care of all children in early years provision, including children with special educational needs and disabilities.
There are 3 prime areas and 4 specific areas of learning in the Foundation Stage framework curriculum.
- Personal, Social and Emotional Development
- Communication and Language
- Physical Development
- Understanding the World
- Expressive Arts and Design