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Mablethorpe Primary Academy



Class Teachers -Miss L Brown and Mrs J Askew.




An Introduction to Tapestry for EYFS parents


Welcome to the Seahorses class.

We hope you have all had a lovely Easter holiday! As we move into Term 5, we will continue to update you about the activities we will be doing and information about visitors, trips, and PE days.   

This term out topic is Rhyme Time! We will be focusing on The Gruffalo and The Snail and the Whale from the well-known Author Julia Donaldson. We will be looking at how she includes rhyme in her stories and having a go ourselves.  

We will also be focusing on the Illustrator Axel Scheffler and the Artist Yayoi Kusama. 


PE will be every Thursday. Your child will need to come to school in their PE kit: t-shirt and black shorts/ tracksuit. Please make sure all items of clothing are clearly named and any earrings are removed.   


Please make sure you child is wearing the correct school uniform on all days that are not a PE day.  Here is a link for you to use to see what your child should be wearing when coming to school. 

Spare clothes   

Please leave a named bag on your child’s peg with a spare pair of underwear, socks and trousers or skirt in. Some spare clothing will be available at school, but this is extremely limited. Please return any clothing borrowed from school as soon as possible.   


Please remember to bring your child homework bags to school daily.    

Your child’s reading books can be changed on a Tuesday and Thursday, please sign and comment in their reading record to show that your child has read. New sounds will be added as the children learn them. They will also get to bring home a chosen book that your child has chosen to enjoy with you.    

Reading Crowns- We will be continuing our fun reading initiative for the children to enjoy. If they read 4 times in one week (Thursday to Thursday) and their reading log has been signed 4 times, they will get to wear a reading crown on a Friday. Every time your child gets to wear the reading crown their name will be put in a hat. At the end of the term 5 lucky winners will get a prize for their fantastic reading.     


Your child will not be able to bring in a toy into school due to current circumstances, we hope you can understand our decision and make sure your child does not bring a toy to school.