EYFSSparrow & Lark
Welcome to Sparrow & Lark Class
Miss M Dellar teaches our Sparrow Foundation Class.
Did you know Miss Dellar is an amazing asset in an escape room and loves online clothes shopping?
Mrs H Rider teaches our Lark Foundation Class Monday-Wednesday and Mrs J Anscomb teaches Larks Thursday -Friday.
things to celebrate
We are really looking forward to welcoming the children back after the Summer Break. We can’t wait to share their learning journey with them!
Our Learning 23/24
Things you need to know
Autumn Term Information
At the start of this half term, we begin by supporting the children to settle in to their new environment and operate confidently within its boundaries. The adults within the setting will spend lots of time playing with your children and getting to know them. Although the children have a base class (Larks and Sparrows) for the majority of the day we work as a unit so the children will access both classrooms and the outdoor area. This half term our theme will be Superheroes and lots of learning will be based around the book: Supertato
In addition to our theme, we will be using the story The Colour Monster to learn about how to manage our feelings.
Adults in Foundation
Miss Dellar (Sparrow Class Teacher and Phase Lead),
Mrs Rider (Lark Class Teacher Mon/Tues/Weds)
Mrs Anscomb (Lark Class Teacher Thurs/Fri)
Miss Tingey (Year group LSA – Learning Support Assistant)
Milk and Snack (Government provided)
The children are provided with a free daily snack (fruit/vegetable)
Children under the age of 5 are also entitled to a free carton of milk every day. Once your child turns 5 they are no longer entitled to free school milk.
Please can you send your child into school with a named pair of wellies to remain at school for the year.
Reception Statutory Baseline Assessment
From September 2021, it is a legal requirement that all children participate in the government’s baseline assessment within the first 6 weeks of starting reception. The purpose of this is not to judge your child and your child cannot pass or fail the assessment. The main purpose is to create a starting point to measure progress of the school from Reception to Year 6. The assessments are carried out through short practical activities and your child will not be aware they are being assessed.
If you wish to find out more please speak to us directly or follow this link:
Indoor PE Friday
Outdoor PE Wednesday
Reading for Pleasure Book(s) – Your child will bring a book(s) home they would like you to read to them.
• Little Wandle Book – This book your child will read to you to develop their fluency and accuracy. It will focus on the sounds they have learnt in their phonics lessons.
• Learning Task – This task will be optional. The curriculum area which it focuses on will vary each week based on the needs of the children in the year group.
Year Group Trip's
To be organised in the Autumn Term