If your child is due to start school this September please have a look at the Surrey County Council Book 'Getting Ready For School', it is full of useful information and advice.
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This half term in Robins our topic is People who Help Us. During these topics the children will be learning and developing a number of new skills, through our topic. For example, using shapes to make a fire engine, learning about parts of the body and being healthy during our topic on Doctors and counting emergency vehicles. The children will also have lots of role play opportunities, so far we have had some very enthusiastic police officers and fire fighters. There also be opportunities for children to develop their blending and segmenting skills, in order to prepare them for Reception in September.
We will also be holding our Sports Day on Monday 9th July at 2:00 and Thursday 12th July at 11:00.
We have now started our Forest School sessions, which will take place in most weathers so please ensure your child has a waterproof coat in school. There will be one session a week, either on Tuesday morning or Thursday afternoon.
If your child has borrowed any spare clothes, please could you return these as our supplies are running low. Thank you.
Morning Sessions 8:50-11:50
Afternoon Sessions 12:30-3:30
If your child will be attending nursery all day, you can choose from one of the following options:
PE Days are Monday mornings and Thursday afternoons. There will be one session a week.
Forest School sessions will be either Tuesday mornings or Thursday afternoons.
Please ensure your child has their book bag, coat and wellies in school everyday.
Please name all your child's clothes, we have got lots of jumpers and cardigans with no names at the moment.
In Robins we use 'Development Matters in the EYFS'. This helps us to ensure that we meet the needs of all our children and that all children make good progress through exciting and engaging activities. The document below is part of the Development Matters guidance and shows the seven areas of learning in more detail.