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Welcome to Foundation Stage!

2018-2019

A big welcome to all our new children as they start on their journey through St George's Academy!

 

We are really looking forward to getting to know them over the next few weeks and have already got various parent events planned to help ease the transition from Nursery into Foundation Stage 2.

 

We hope that you are able to join us on Wednesday 26th September at the 'Meet and Greet' evening. It starts at 6pm and will give you the opportunity to meet the Senior Leadership Team as well as talk to your child's teacher.

 

We will also be holding a phonics and maths workshop during the Autumn term for parents to attend. During these sessions you will have opportunity to watch a practical lesson take place with the children and spend time meeting with the subject co-ordinators. More information will follow soon. 

Staff 

We are very lucky to have 6 members of staff who work in the FS2 unit over the week. If you have any questions or concerns about your child's learning please feel free to talk to any member, who will try their best to help you. We are usually available each morning from 8:30am-8:45am and after school from 3:10pm-3:30pm. If we cannot help you immediately we will book an appointment for a later date which is convenient for us both. 

 

Class 1 Staff: 

Mrs Bennett: Class Teacher and Assistant Head.

Mrs Handford: (PM) General Class TA

Mrs Groves: (AM) General Class TA

Mrs Smith: Class Teacher on a Tuesday afternoon.

 

Class 2 Staff:

Miss Simpson: Class Teacher

Mr Ormand: (AM) General Class TA

Mrs Smith: Class Teacher on a Monday afternoon.

We have worked hard to create a curriculum that allows the children to learn and explore both indoors and outdoors. Why not take a look at what your children are going to be learning during the coming few months?

FS2 Long Term Curriculum Map

Weekly Timetables

Weekly Timetables 1
Weekly Timetables 2
Please make note what day your child has PE. If your child wears earrings they must either take them out that day or put surgical tape over them to protect them. Thank you. 

Helpful websites

We live in a digital age and children can gain a lot of knowledge and understanding from good quality educational games and websites.

We have made a list below of a few that we find useful in school, which may aid your child's learning at home. Please let us know if you have any further suggestions and we will add them to the list.

 

* phonicsplay.co.uk

* topmarks.co.uk

* ictgames.com

* crickweb.co.uk

* bbc.co.uk

* cbeebies.co.uk

* mathszone.co.uk

* enrich.maths.org

* earlylearninghq.org.uk

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