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Information for parents

Snack is £1.25 per week. Please put money in a named envelope and give to your child to bring into class on a Monday to put in the snack basket.

Please check your child's box every night for letters

Reading books and reading diaries need to be in school every Monday. Please ensure you record in the reading diary when you have read with your child. Book bags will be returned with new books every Wednesday. Please regularly spend time reading with your child.

Please contribute to your child's scrapbook on a regular basis so we are informed about your child's interests and achievements. These books are a fantastic opportunity for your child to share their interests and news with the class.
Our PE day regularly changes so please send a named PE kit into school to be left on your child's peg for each half term. 

Fresh water is always available for the children in class but if your child has a water bottle in school, please make sure it is clearly named and contains plain water only. Other children will drink it if you put anything else in.
You will need to take it home and wash it daily. 


Activities related to what is being taught in school are regularly sent home for you to complete with your child. You do not always have to send completed work back in but we would love to hear how your child has done.

​​Thank you

Mrs. Howard and Mrs. Fallon

​​The Fish 


The Butterflies



​Our theme for learning during the 

Autumn term 2017 will be

​​I like to play

​​We will be supporting the children to:

make friends and form relationships with  the adults in the classroom

learn the class rules 

explore all areas of the classroom and to experience a range of activities

learn how to play nicely with our friends

become familiar with the daily routines




Dates for the diary:

Monday 10th October; Parent/child session 2-3pm

Problem solving and Reasoning in the Early Years

Links to useful websites
​​letters and sounds pronunciation​
Development Matters​