Information and Reminders
Our termly Academic Review Evenings will be held next week. Parents are invited to make an appointment to discuss your child’s progress, if you are unable to attend, please contact the class teacher to arrange a more convenient time. During the Academic Review Evenings we invite you to join us to find out about the exciting new changes to EYFS and Primary in the HIVE on these evenings.
Drop off – We would greatly appreciate your support with dropping your child off to school between 8.30-8.45am at the latest; this way we can start our morning circle
Monday 17th April - CCAs Start
Tuesday 18th April - Early Years and Primary Academic Review Evening 5pm-8pm (including talks on the changes in EY and Primary next year)
Thursday 20th April - Early Years and Primary Academic Review Evening 5pm-8pm (including talks on the changes in EY and Primary next year)
Saturday 22nd April - Curry and Quiz night- more information to follow
Monday 1st May – Labour Day holiday - school closed
Wednesday 3rd May – Parent Workshop: Reception to Year 1 Transition; Sports Hall A; 9.00am to 10.00am
Wednesday 10th May - Donuts with Dads; The Hub; 8.30am followed by E- Safety Parent Workshop 9.00am
Wednesday 17th May – Parent Workshop: STEAM in Early Years and Primary
Thursday 18th May – Saturday 20th May – Primary FOBISIA games
Thursday 18th May – Early Years and Primary STEAM Day
Wednesday 24th May - Muffins with Mum; The Hub; 8.30am followed by HSK Workshop; 9.00am
Friday 26th May – Coffee Morning with Head of Primary and Head of Secondary; Aspretto; 11.00am
Monday 29th May and Tuesday 30th May - School closed
Saturday 10th June - Summer Fun Day
Overview of next week’s learning
Next week the children will continue to learn to retell the story of the Rainbow Fish using a story map and simplified text, as well as using actions as cues for each step of the story. In phonics we will focus on the letter sound ‘p’ and review both ‘s’ and ‘a’ as well as continue to play oral segmenting and blending games in small groups.
In maths the children will continue to explore both shapes and number by making arrangements with shapes and counting how many of each shape they have used before attempting to write the numeral for each one. The children will also practice their number recognition by playing a magnetic fishing game.