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Safeguarding Notice

St Gabriel’s RC Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. All staff, governors and volunteers are expected to share this commitment. For more information please see our safeguarding policy which can be found under Key Information > Policies > Safeguarding Policy.

St Gabriel’s Roman Catholic Primary School

Reception

Welcome to Reception's class page.

Here you will find important information linked to our curriculum, year group and support ideas with useful websites to help your child's learning from home.  Don't forget to check Seesaw for regular updates and photographs of what your child has been learning in school.

 

I look forward to working in partnership with you to support your child in all their growth as they embark on their journey at St. Gabriel's,

Mrs Gray

Key Information

All children need a pair of wellies that stay in school, these are essential for the children to be able to access provision on the grass.

 

Reception have access to outdoors which includes lots of resources to support children's physical development.  They will also participate in PE lessons which will start after October half term - A separate update will be sent out regarding their PE day so that you can send your child into school wearing their full PE kit. 

 

All children have been given a set of Ruth Miskin sound cards - these are the same as those we use in school during our phonics lessons with the children.  These are your cards to keep and use as flash cards, make words and play games with at home.  Your child's reading book day will change along with the phonics timetable and their reading for pleasure book (Story book to be shared with an adult) will be changed on Fridays.  Please ensure that the full plastic reading wallet is brought into school daily in order to accommodate this.

 

After reading, please make sure that the reading record has been signed to indicate that your child has read the book and any additional reading materials.

Homework

  • Your child will need to work on their reading book and share their library book with someone who can help them read it.
  • Use the Read, Write Inc flash cards, daily where possible, to flash sounds and improve recognition. You can also use them to play games or make words with to read.
  • Use the sound, number and name mats to help your child.

 

If you require any further support or have any questions please do not hesitate to ask.

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EYFS Curriculum and Assessment

We use Development Matters to assess and track children against the seven areas set out in the EYFS curriculum.

 

Prime Areas

Personal, social and emotional development

Physical development

Communication and Language

Specific Areas

Literacy

Mathematics

Understanding the World

Expressive Arts and design

 

Children in the EYFS learn by playing and exploring, being active and through creative and critical thinking, these are known as the characteristics of effective learning:

● Creating and thinking critically – children have and develop their own ideas, make links between ideas, and develop strategies for doing things.

● Active learning – children keep on trying if they encounter difficulties, and enjoy their achievements.

● Playing and exploring – children investigate and experience things, and ‘have a go’.

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