EYFS

Welcome
to Nursery:

Miss A Bolton – Nursery Teacher
Miss E Hupton – Nursery Teaching Assistant
Mrs D Davis – Nursery Teaching Assistant
Tapestry

In Nursery we use Tapestry as a way of creating electronic profiles for our children. Parents are able to view profiles by accessing Tapestry on the website, or by using the Tapestry app. Tapestry also enables you to easily upload photographs, videos and notes of your child’s learning at home. We also use Tapestry as a means of communicating with parents and often post notifications of newsletters and important dates.

Pig Contributions

Please remember to ‘feed’ our pig regularly. In Nursery we often need to purchase a variety of different exciting enhancements for the curriculum and we rely on your generous contributions.

Welcome
to Nursery:

Miss A Bolton – Nursery Teacher
Miss E Hupton – Nursery Teaching Assistant
Mrs D Davis – Nursery Teaching Assistant
Tapestry

In Nursery we use Tapestry as a way of creating electronic profiles for our children. Parents are able to view profiles by accessing Tapestry on the website, or by using the Tapestry app. Tapestry also enables you to easily upload photographs, videos and notes of your child’s learning at home. We also use Tapestry as a means of communicating with parents and often post notifications of newsletters and important dates.

Pig Contributions

Please remember to ‘feed’ our pig regularly. In Nursery we often need to purchase a variety of different exciting enhancements for the curriculum and we rely on your generous contributions.

Welcome
to Reception:

Miss K Ferguson- Reception Teacher
Miss L Cooper- Reception Teacher
Mr K Paynes- Reception Teacher
Mrs K Holroyd- Teaching Assistant
Mrs C Hocker- Teaching Assistant
Miss S Andrews- 1-1 Support
Mrs S Asher- 1-1 Support
Miss E Clarkson- 1-1 Support
Reception PE

The children have PE every Wednesday morning. Please ensure that your child has got their named kit in school each Tuesday and is not wearing any jewellery. It is especially important to make sure they have their water bottle with them for PE days too. After working really hard in the PE hall, their first stop is always the water shelves!

Reading Morning

Every Thursday morning, we invite our children’s loved ones in to spend some quality time reading and sharing stories. These are very popular and the children love having their grown-ups in school! Reading afternoon starts just after registration at 9am. We look forward to seeing you there!

Welcome
to Reception:

Miss K Ferguson- Reception Teacher
Miss L Cooper- Reception Teacher
Mr K Paynes- Reception Teacher
Mrs K Holroyd- Teaching Assistant
Mrs C Hocker- Teaching Assistant
Miss S Andrews- 1-1 Support
Mrs S Asher- 1-1 Support
Miss E Clarkson- 1-1 Support
Reception PE

The children have PE every Wednesday morning. Please ensure that your child has got their named kit in school each Tuesday and is not wearing any jewellery. It is especially important to make sure they have their water bottle with them for PE days too. After working really hard in the PE hall, their first stop is always the water shelves!

Reading Morning

Every Thursday morning, we invite our children’s loved ones in to spend some quality time reading and sharing stories. These are very popular and the children love having their grown-ups in school! Reading afternoon starts just after registration at 9am. We look forward to seeing you there!

Tapestry

In Reception we use Tapestry as a way of creating electronic profiles for our children. Parents are able to view profiles by accessing Tapestry on the website, or by using the Tapestry app. Tapestry also enables you to easily upload photographs, videos and notes of your child’s learning at home. We also use Tapestry as a means of communicating with parents and often post notifications of newsletters and important dates.

Pig Contributions

Please remember to ‘feed’ our pig regularly. In the EYFS we need to purchase a variety of different exciting enhancements for the curriculum and we rely on your generous contributions.

Toys must not be brought into school

We cannot be responsible for their safe keeping and children become very upset if they are lost or broken.