Elm Class (EYFS)
ELM CLASS: 2021 - 2022
(Early Years & Foundation Stage)
Mrs O'Regan (Class Teacher)
Mrs Bayley Mrs Ewart Mrs Iqbal
EYFS Curriculum Overview 2021
Welcome to Elm Class!
Please can I remind you of the following for when children are in school:
- Please bring a NAMED water bottle to school each day. This needs to be filled with water only.
- If you wish your child to have snack each day, this is £1 per week. Alternatively, you can pay in full for the half term.
- PE is on Tuesdays and Fridays. Please send your child to school in their PE kits. As the weather is temperamental, jogging bottoms are fine for your children to wear to school along with their red PE top and their school jumper. Children must wear black school PE pumps which can be purchased from most large grocery shops (Asda, Aldi, Sainburys). These can be left at school if needed and school shoes worn to school on cold / wet days.
- Please remember to label all uniform.
- Home Work and Reading:
School reading books and diaries are sent home throughout the week and need to be in school each day. Please read with your children at least 3 times a week and record this in the yellow diary.
Should you wish to speak with any of the adults in Elm Class, please contact the office to make an appointment, we are always here to help.
The Early Years Foundation Stage
Please read the documents below which outline the principles of the Early Years and Foundation Stage (EYFS) framework and how our children learn in Reception. The Early Years Framework has been revised from September 2021. An updated copy of the framework is available below.
The Overview documents also offer more detail about the learning in each area of the Early Years and Foundation Stage curriculum.
We have signed all the children up with their own individual account on reading eggs, which supports phonics and early reading. The programme is very child friendly and children should be able to access this independently.
Your Login and password details can be accessed through showbie. Please access reading eggs via the web address rather than the app.