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EYFS

Week Beginning 15th April 2024.

We have had a great week in EYFS! This week, the children enjoyed a visit from a fairy! We had a fairy door magically arrive in our classrooms on Monday with a special letter from the fairy. The children enjoyed writing letters back to her. We also had fun on our Easter chick hunt around our classrooms. 

   

  

Worship theme of the week:

Responsibility

Colossians 3:23 Whatever you do, work heartily, as for the Lord and not for me 

Curriculum this week:  

Please note that our curriculum overview for this term is at the bottom of the page.

  • In English, we will be writing recounts about what we did on our Easter holidays. 

  • In Maths, we will be looking at teen numbers. 

  • In Phonics, we will be looking at 'ur', 'air', 'ure', 'ear' and 'oi'. 

Word of the week:

Our word of the week for this week is 'hygiene'. Please explore the words' meaning at home. 

Homework:

Please note that this term's project homework is at the bottom of this page. In addition to this, please continue to practise the word walls.

Reading:

We would love to see the children in EYFS using their extra time at home to read some brilliant books. If children read three times at home, they get a raffle ticket. Please, therefore, keep a quick record in reading logs – your children can write the title in to help! We would also like to encourage children to bring their reading records into school every day.

Coming up:

  • Our Library and PE day is on a Wednesday. 
  • First day of term 5- Monday 15th April

Many thanks for all of your support,

Miss Daw & Miss Wingate

Additional Resources:

Recommended Book list for EYFS: https://www.booksfortopics.com/booklists/recommended-reads/reception/

Everywhere Bear - we have sent home the Everywhere Bear today. Please remember to share photos of your weekend on Tapestry and bring the bear back on Monday.

Class Cup - we have sent home the class cup and tie today. Please remember to bring back on Wednesday.

Reading Sketchbook - each week a new child will bring home the reading sketchbook. Please draw some pictures and write about your favourite story. We cannot wait to find out which is your favourite and why.

Purple Mash - please explore Purple Mash at home. It has many activities you can have a go at. 

Healthy Teeth - we have attached a link below about the importance of children brushing their teeth. If you are struggling with this at home, please do let us know. https://www.nhs.uk/live-well/healthy-teeth-and-gums/taking-care-of-childrens-teeth/