We are very much looking forward to welcoming our new children into school for their settling in visits on Thursday 3rd and Friday 4th September.
Please keep an eye out on Class Dojo for further information about what to bring and drop off / pick up procedures.
We will spend most of our time doing the most important thing of all- playing in our new classroom with our new friends!
We will also be reading lots of stories, particularly ones about starting at school.
Over the first few weeks, the adults in the setting will be gathering lots of information about the children in order to complete a baseline assessment.
We will begin to learning about counting and numbers by playing games and singing maths songs.
We will also begin to learn the skills needed for reading and writing by experimenting with words and rhymes.
In maths, we follow the White Rose scheme. Below is the document we will be following for this half term.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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