Our Foundation Stage is made up of two reception classes
– Lions and Tigers and a morning Nursery – Cubs.
This is the class page for Reception – Tigers.
The team –
Mrs Charlotte Lightowler – Tiger Class Teacher
Mrs Michelle Handley – Nursery Nurse
Miss Vicky Mapp (EYFS Leader)
Dates for your diary...
Monday 30th October - Back to School
Tuesday 31st October – Halloween Disco (£2)
Friday 17th November – Children in Need
Tuesday 12th December – Nativity Concert
Thursday 21st December - Santa's Grotto
Friday 22nd December – Christmas dinner/Christmas jumper day
Close for Christmas holidays
– School opens for Spring 1
50p contributions every Monday
£1.05 milk money every Monday (the term your child turns 5 years old)
Our library is every Wednesday. Please come in and borrow a book!
PE kits can be brought in on a Monday and taken home on a Friday. This will be indoor PE so your child will need a white t-shirt and navy shorts/leggings
When your child is given a reading book you can put this in the tray when your child is ready for a new book. Can they sound out the letters in words and blend them together to read? Can they answer questions about the book?
Phonics homework will be given out every Friday. Books need to be in the tray by Wednesday each week
This half term we will be beginning with getting to know each other and the teachers by sharing 'Marvellous Me' boxes. Mrs Lightowler will be sharing her Marvellous Me box with objects to share telling the children about herself. This the half term, each child in Tigers will have a chance to to take a 'Marvellous Me' box home with them to find objects which they can and share with the rest of the Tigers to tell everyone about themselves!
Congratulations to all the Tigers who acheived 100% attendance this half term!!!
This half term's Star Writer!
We are 'blasting off' this half term with 'Space Week'.
This will be a fantastic opportunity for children to do 'out of this world' activities!!!
We will be reading "Whatever Next!" by Jill Murphy.
For the rest of the half term we will be learning about different festivals...
The purpose of this booklet is to help you as a parent/carer find out more about how your child is learning and developing during their first five years, in relation to the EYFS. Children develop more rapidly during the first five years of their lives than at any other time. This booklet has been written to help you as a parent know what to expect during these vitally important years by focusing on the seven areas of learning and development which are covered in the EYFS. Take a look at the '40-60 months' section of this parents' guide.