Welcome to the parents, carers and children who will be starting in FS1 in August 2021.
FS1 attend in the mornings from 8.45-11.45.
To help your child to settle into the rules and routines of the school, get to know the staff and for the staff to get to know your child, for the first 2 weeks of the term, the children will attend alternate days.
Wednesday 25th August
Friday 27th August
Wednesday 1st September
Thursday 26th August
Tuesday 31st August
Thursday 2nd September
All children will attend every day from Friday 1st September.
You will shortly be receiving a letter to explain when your child will attend and where to drop off and collect your child. If you do not receive a letter, please inform the school.
Tuesday 23rd March
The FS1 class will be closed until after the Easter half term. Activities will be added to seesaw for the rest of this week.
Tuesday 5th January
As you are probably aware, the school is now closed to most children and learning will now be online.
We will shortly be giving you a code to access Seesaw which is the learning platform that we are using.
Here are some activities for today:
Help your child to recognise their name.
Write 5 different words, one being their name, and then ask them to find their name. Mix up the words and repeat several times.
If your child can already recognise their name then help them to write it.
You can let us now how well they did by putting a note on Tapestry.
Counting by rote
This is when the number names are said in order.
You can march around the house counting, jump up and down whilst counting, clap whilst counting or anything else you can think of.
Welcome to Foundation Stage One
Our school day is from 8.30 am until 11.30 am every morning.
We are starting at school after the October half term.
For the first week some children will attend on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
The other group of children will attend on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.
Please ensure you know which day your child should attend.
From Monday 2nd November, all children will attend every morning.