RPB had their class assembly and they showcased all of the work that they have completed over the previous half term including some: magnificent maths, wonderful writing and delightful dancing. Photos of this can be seen below:
Early Years Helpful Hints and Tips
4 Children- ' What to Expect When' A Parents Guide
Top Talking Tips for Parents
Communication is Vital - Speech and Language Video
Change 4 Life - Healthy living tips and benefits for you and your kids
Smartie the Penguin - An e-safety story for 3-7 year olds
Welcome to Reception!
At Manley Park Primary School we believe children learn to be strong and independent through positive relationships. We recognise that every child is a competent learner who can be resilient, capable, confident and self-assured. In Reception we explore and build on what the children know and can do. We encourage them to actively challenge themselves, developing positive attitudes towards learning.
The Learning Environment
Children learn and develop well in enabling environments, in which their experiences respond to their individual needs and there is a strong partnership between practitioners and parents and carers. We provide a rich and varied environment which supports children’s learning and development. It gives them the confidence to explore and learn in secure and safe, yet challenging, indoor and outdoor spaces.
- The Early Years Foundation Stage classrooms are organised to allow children to independently explore and learn securely and safely.
- Each classroom is organised into areas of continuous provision that are displayed and maintained to support children’s experiences as independent learners.
- Both the Nursery and Reception children have continuous access to an area of outdoor provision.
- Outdoor learning is valued across the Early Years Foundations Stage.
Come and see our wonderful Reception learning environment
Learning and Development
Autumn 1: Theme - All about me (diversity). EI Value - being respectful
Autumn 2: Theme - Celebrations and Festivals (values and perceptions). EI Value - being understanding
Spring 1: Theme - Friendship and Fairness (social justice). EI Value - being compassionate
Spring 2: Theme - Caring for our environment (sustainable development). EI Value - being responsible
Summer 1: Theme - People who help us (interdependence). EI Value - being patient
Summer 2: Theme - Changes (aspirations). EI Value - being positive
Children develop and learn in different ways. In our nursery we teach children buy ensuring challenging, playful opportunities across the prime and specific areas of learning development.
- Personal, Social and Emotional Development
- Physical Development
- Communication and Language
- Understanding the World
- Expressive Arts and Design
In our EYFS we believe that the ways in which children engage with other people and their environment – playing and exploring, active learning, and creating and thinking critically - underpin learning and development across all areas and support children remain effective and motivated learners. At Manley Park practitioners reflect on the different ways that children learn.
At Manley Park primary School we learn phonics through 'Letters and Sounds' in Nursery and Reception.
Look at the fun we have when we are learning!
Autumn Term 2017-18
Dates for your Diary
Stay, Play and Learn - 25/1/18
RPB Family assembly - 7/2/18
Stay, Play and Learn - 6/3/18
Parent's Evening - 20/3/18 & 21/3/18
Stay, Play and Learn - 26/4/18
RFS Family assembly - 2/5/18
RFS had their assembly today and it covered a large range of subjects, including how they had some very special visitors... Photographs from the assembly can be seen below