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Winnersh Primary School,

Winnersh, Berkshire RG41 5LH

Where Learning is an adventure

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    • Winnersh Primary School,
    • Greenwood Grove, Winnersh
    • Wokingham, Berkshire
    • RG41 5LH
    Tel: 0118 9782590

Foundation

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What is the Foundation year all about? 

The Foundation Stage provides a broad and balanced curriculum which embraces the seven areas of learning in the Early Years Foundation Stage. We focus on the development of the individual child and, during your child’s time in the Foundation Stage, he or she will experience a great variety of activities based on these seven areas of learning. In the Foundation Stage we love to learn through a mixture of adult led activities and play based, child-initiated activities. Click the areas listed below for more information.
We carefully and regularly assess the children’s progress against the early learning goals.

Star Moments: Help us to celebrate your child’s achievements…

 

At Winnersh Primary School we get as excited as you do watching your child grow and develop and we would like to celebrate all of their achievements (whether they happen at school or at home). We would love to hear from you about the things your child enjoys or achieves. It helps us to create a ‘well rounded’ picture of who your child really is. These ‘Star Moments’ can show a range of your child’s achievements from ‘remembering numbers to 20’ to ‘being really brave at the dentist’. Please pick up a star moments sheet near the entrance of the Foundation Stage.

 

Parents as Partners and the Home Learning Books…


We are delighted to be sending home with your child their own special home learning book and look forward to strengthening the link between home and school. We greatly value your input and would like to give you the opportunity to share your child’s achievements and interests at home.We would particularly enjoy hearing about:

 

  • Your child’s interests e.g. what they have been playing with at home or what they enjoy doing.
  • Any clubs or activities your child attends outside of school and the progress they are making.
  • Any ‘WOW’ moments – observations of great milestones in your child’s development (these can also be written on a star moment).
  • Any other information you would like us to know e.g. moving house, new siblings etc.

 

The information could be collected in a variety of forms such as photographs, comments or pictures made by your child. You may be as creative as you wish!

The entries made in the Home Learning Book will be used to support the planning of your child’s learning and will form part of your child’s individual profile. Throughout the year we will provide focussed activities to complete at home to reinforce the learning in school. These activities will link to the topic we are focussing on at the time.

 

Characteristics of effective learning…


Children in the Early Years Foundation Stage learn by playing and exploring, being active, and through creating and thinking critically (characteristics of effective learning) which take place both in the indoor and outdoor learning environments. We will be using these superhero stickers to encourage underpinning the characteristics of learning. Your child will receive one of these stickers when they have been observed using one or more of these skills. We will also be recording when your child receives one in their learning profile.

 

For more information about admissions please click on the link below. 

The Presentation from the Foundation Stage Curriculum Talk

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