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COVID-19 Closure - Remote Learning

Please go to our Google Classroom for daily registration from 9.00 to 9.30 am (log in details are in your reading records.)

 

Go to 'Home Learning Tasks' for our daily plan of learning activities.

End of year expectations for children in Reception. Early Learning Goals.

Welcome to Owl Class! smiley

 

Owl Class is the name of our Early Years Reception class.  Mrs Green is the class teacher, Miss Redfern class teacher (Wednesdays),  Mrs Cunningham (HLTA), Mrs Coleman (TA - am) and Mrs Wright (TA - pm)

 

P.E. will be on Mondays

Forest School session Thursdays

 

In Reception we adhere to the Early Years Foundation Profile which is a statutory framework published by the Department for Education. This sets the standards for the development and learning of children up to the age of five years, through seven areas of learning.

  • Communication & language
  • Personal, social and emotional development
  • Physical development
  • Mathematics
  • Literacy
  • Understanding of the world
  • Expressive art and design.

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We believe providing a planned, well-organised and stimulating learning environment inside and outside the classroom enhances children's learning.

The day consists of discrete teaching, teacher-led learning and child-initiated activities.  The children will have the opportunity to develop skills of concentration and perseverance.

 

Through child-initiated purposeful activities the children will be able to apply their learning, be encouraged to explore, to be challenged, to take risks, make decisions, solve problems and initiate collaborative work.

 

 

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Owl class long term planning

Phonics in Reception

 

In the final term of the year in which the child reaches age five, and no later than 30 June in that term, the EYFS Profile must be completed for each child.

 

Each child’s level of development must be assessed against the early learning goals and each child will be deemed to be either meeting expected levels of development, exceeding expected levels, or not yet reaching expected levels (‘emerging’). This is the EYFS Profile.

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