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Welcome to EYFS

We are excited this half term to embark on a new chapter in Snape Wood Primary and Nursery Schools EYFS provision. As of the start of Autumn 2 our F1 and F2 classes will be joining to create a single EYFS unit. We feel that this gives the children the best possible provision and opportunities for learning in a rich an engaging environment. Our new staffing team are keen and passionate about the possibilities that the new unit will present for children, giving them the chance to explore all areas of learning in a deep and purposeful way. The unit will enable them to engage in a range of activities both independently and/ or with adults to support their focused learning.  However, during focused learning times such as; English, Phonics and Maths, children will still access work at an appropriate level to both their age and academic ability. The units indoor and outdoor facilities have been tailored to the children's academic needs as well as providing a nurturing environment for them to grow into independent, confident individuals.

 

Staff

Miss L Potter - F2 Teacher

Miss E Gudgin - F1 Teacher

Mrs L Shaw-Browne - Teaching Assistant

Mrs K Dean - Teaching Assistant

Miss R Bruce - Teaching Assistant

General Information

Key dates

Odd Sock Day - 12.11.19

Christmas Production - 10.12.19 and 12.12.19  (10:30-11:30am)

'Stay, play and learn' morning - 19.12.19

 

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Games and Information

Games and Learning opportunities at home
Here are some great links to different games for your child at home.
Useful Links for parents
Things you can do at home

To help your child become independent, why not try some of these activities at home?

  • Dress and undress independently including doing up their own buttons, coat and shoes
  • Encourage them to tidy up their bedrooms or help with the washing up
  • Use the toilet and wash their hands independently
  • Use a knife and fork to eat their dinner
  • Spend time sharing books before bed
  • Talk about everyday things after school or whilst travelling on the bus or in the car
  • Ask questions and be observant whilst shopping or taking walks to the park
  • Recognise letters of the alphabet and the sounds they make
  • Practise writing letters
  • Practise writing their name
  • Identify different numbers in the environment
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