Ash Rec-Year 1 Class
Ash class is part of the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) and Key Stage 1.
Children in Reception follow the EYFS curriculum, which is divided into 7 areas of learning (see below for more details).
- Times Table Rock Stars Letter to Parents.pdf
- Reception visit to South Angle Farm letter 11.2.20.pdf
- Scott Polar institute letter 1 28.1.20.pdf
- Ash Class Newsletter Spring 2020 7.1.20.pdf
- Year 1 and 2 Space Topic Web Spring 2020 7.1.20.pdf
- Reception Spring topic web for parents 2020 7.1.20.pdf
- Reception Key vocab Spring 1 2020 7.1.20.pdf
- Year 1 and 2 Christingle letter 27.11.19.pdf
- KS1 Christmas play photo permission 27.11.19.pdf
- First Days at School - Cambridge Independent (2).pdf
- HS Hilltop 2019.pdf
- Under the Sea Key Vocabulary (1) 20.9.19.pdf
- Phonics workshop 2019 letter to parents 12.9.19.pdf
- Reception Key vocab Autumn 1.pdf
- Vocabulary letter.pdf
- Topic Web Autumn Term - Reception.pdf
- Under the Sea Topic Web Year 1 - 2 Autumn 2019.pdf
- Ash class newsletter Autumn 1 2019.pdf
Areas of Learning
In Reception the children's creativity is extended through activities which support their developing curiosity.
|Expressive Arts and Design||The children play, explore and share thoughts, ideas and feelings through art, music, movement, dance, imaginative and role-play activities.|
The children can be active and interactive to improve their skills of coordination, control, manipulation and movement. They use all their senses to learn about the world around them.
|Communication and Language||
Together we learn to listen to one another, to use talk for communication and to build on our existing vocabulary.
Through CLLD activities the children to develop their communication and early literacy skills.
PSRN activities encourage the children's natural curiosity and help them to explore, enjoy, learn, practise and talk about Numeracy.
|Understanding the World||The children make sense of the world by through the safe use of tools, creature encounters, exploration of the natural environment and real-life situations.|
|Personal, Social and Emotional Development||This area underpins the whole curriculum. The children are encouraged to develop a positive sense of themselves and others, respect, social skills and a desire to learn.|