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Reception 

Welcome to EYFS at SPA

EYFS Staff

Class 1  - Mrs Mercer (Teacher) and Miss Kelly (TA)
Class 2- Miss England and Mrs Pirso (Teachers) and Mrs Dallimore (TA)

EYFS at SPA

In Reception at Springbank, children are always busy whether they are working together with their friends or teachers, exploring exciting learning opportunities or developing their ability to problem solve. Our children develop the skills to communicate confidently, think critically, apply what they have been taught and work independently to demonstrate their skills. We encourage our pupils to challenge themselves, celebrate their own and others achievements, persevere and develop their own ‘EPIC’ personality.

Click here to view our long-term overview for 2023-24.

        

Homework

We value the support our parents provide in terms of homework and the massive impact it can have on the learning of our pupils. Homework in EYFS is all about reading, reading, reading. All we ask is 5 minutes every night (or morning if that works better).

         

Each half term, we also send home a tic-tac-toe grid of things you can do with your child over the holiday. We try to include activities that link to all 7 of our curriculum areas and are there for you to enjoy with your child. 

Curriculum

At Springbank Primary Academy, we follow the Development Matters (2021) framework. The framework outlines what adults must do to help children learn and develop. 

The EYFS includes seven areas of learning and development, these are split into three age bands:

  •  Birth to three
  • 3-4
  • 4-5 (the reception year in school)

In each band, there are suggestions about what children maybe doing, and how adults can help them to reach the age related expectation. Teachers at Springbank use this document alongside assessment led planning to support children's learning and development. Play is important to us, it is the most valuable way that children learn. Play allows children to use their creativity while developing their imagination, dexterity, and physical, cognitive, and emotional strength. Play is important to healthy brain development.

Through a mixture of adult led, adult directed and child initiated learning we cover seven areas of learning:

  • Communication and Language
  • Personal, Social and Emotional Development
  • Physical Development
  • Literacy
  • Mathematics
  • Understanding the World
  • Expressive Arts and Design

 

 

 


Please click the link below for our latest Termly Overview where you can find information about what your child will be learning as well as ways you can help at home.
        Spring 2 Overview 2024

 

Pupil Voice

  

 

Useful links

Development matters (2021)

What to expect in the EYFS

ELS - How to pronounce pure sounds

ELS - How to blend sounds to read

Parenting advice - children's mental health and wellbeing