ACORNS CLASS - EYFS

Dear Parents and children of The Acorns class (Nursery & Reception) 

Welcome to our class page! On here you can find lots of information related to our class. As we move through the school year you will also be able to take a look at some of our fantastic work as part of our creative curriculum. 

You can also find regular updates related to your child's learning and development on your child’s Tapestry page.

We pride ourselves on the positive relationships we make with parents of children in our care. If you would like to ask a question or find out more about your child’s learning and development, please do not hesitate to talk to a member of the EYFS team or leave a message with the main office and we will get back to you.

Thankyou, as always for your support.

Miss Skinner, Mr Crow & Miss Hill 

YEARLY CURRICULUM OVERVIEW

 

OUR LEARNING JOURNEY...

CONTACTS

Miss Stacey Skinner

Teacher

Mr Malcolm Crow

Senior Teaching Assistant

Miss Lauren Hill

Teaching Assistant

 

 

CLASS PHOTO

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

PE is on Tuesday

Every day your child needs their:

  • Reading book
  • Water bottle
  • Packed lunch - or has ordered a school dinner at home

LATEST NEWS

Click here to view our latest newsletter for Little Acorns Class

Keep up to date with and share your child's learning from home, all through your smartphone or tablet. Click on the links below to take you to the Tapestry site.

You can also view our latest news on our social media pages

 

PARENT'S VOICE

"All the staff are so lovely & kind"      "Tapestry is a great way to communicate between parents & teachers"    "Trips are both educational & enjoyable"    "Staff are very supportive"    "My child has become confident with his reading & writing" "My little girl loves it & her learning has came on leaps and bounds" "Tapestry during lockdown was a brilliant tool as it enabled the teachers & families to keep in touch & continue the curriculum"

ARE MINIBEAST'S SCARY?

As part of our Summer 1 topic we explored the life cycle of a butterfly. Once they emerged from their chrysalis, we investigated them up close in our butterfly tent. The children were filled with awe and wonder!