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Mablethorpe Primary Academy

Seahorses

 

Class Teacher -Miss L Chapman

 

 

An Introduction to Tapestry for EYFS parents

 

Welcome to the Seahorses class.

We hope you have had a fantastic Christmas break. Please find below general information for the weeks ahead, we will keep you updated about specific dates and events throughout the term.

This term we are excited to explore our topic ‘Real Life Superheroes!’. The children will be learning about Winter, Healthy me and Real superheroes. The children will carry on blending sounds using the set one sounds that they have learnt during Read Write Inc (Phonics) and begin to write simple sentences. The children will be learning about measuring, making comparisons of a number and combing two groups.

PE

This term PE will be on a Thursday for S, please make sure that your child comes to school in their PE kits. 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 that you check the earring guidance.

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.

Keeping Warm

As the weather will be colder this term, you may wish to send your child to school with a named hat, a pair of gloves and a scarf. The children will be asked to put them in their tray so they can find them easily.

Homework

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

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

Toys

Your child will not be able to bring in a toy into school as they could get lost or damaged. We hope you can understand our decision and make sure your child does not bring a toy to school.

The Reception Team