Welcome to Early Years Foundation Stage

In Early Years, learning takes places both inside and outside. The children have lots of opportunities to learn through play, exploring and developing learning experiences which help them make sense of the world. They become independent learners who think creatively as they investigate and solve problems.

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Nursery

This half-term, the topic in Angel Class is 'People Who Help Us!" Each week we will be thinking about a different person in our community that helps us. We will be learning about people who help us in school, the police, dentists, firefighters as well as doctors and nurses. We are going to be learning how they help us as well as how we can be helpful to our friends and families.

Trips/Visitors/Parental Engagament 

Angel Class have got some very exciting visitors this term. Our local police officers and firefighters will be coming in to meet with the children. We will also be having a 'When I Grow Up' dress up day to finish off this term’s topic.

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Reception 

This half term our topic is called 'Fabulous Food'. The children will begin by discovering where fruits, vegetables, meat and dairy comes from, before learning about the healthy eating plate.  We will explore the contents of the healthy eating plate, understanding how to make a balanced ‘rainbow’ meal.  The children will discover what foods are healthy and unhealthy, and will learn about the detrimental impacts of unhealthy foods on our body and teeth. Throughout, we will be engaging in many food tasting and cooking sessions. 

Trips/Visitors/Parental Engagement 

We will be taking a trip to the CO-OP for a tour, during our 'shopping' week. 

EYFS are also breakfast morning with parents.  

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Paddington Classroom

Outdoor Area

Kings Cross St Pancras Classroom

Phonics in EYFS

At Haimo we follow the 'Little Wandle Letters and Sounds Revised' programme to teach phonics.

In the Nursery, children start Phase 1, which concentrates on developing speaking and listening skills.

In Reception, phonics becomes a big part of everyday life. The children work on Phase 2, 3 and 4 throughout the year.

In Phase 2, children begin to learn the sounds that letters make (phonemes). Phase 3 introduces the remaining, more difficult and less commonly used phonemes. Phase 4 provides many opportunities to consolidate and refine phonic knowledge, while introducing more spelling patterns, tricky words and increasing children's vocabulary. 

 

Below are some 'helping- at home' websites that Parents and Carers may find useful. 

www.phonicsplay.co.uk 

www.phonicsbloom.com 

www.topmarks.co.uk

www.ictgames.co.uk

Tapestry

We are using Tapestry as our online learning journal provider in Early Years. Please click here to find out more.

Welcome to Early Years Foundation Stage

In Early Years, learning takes places both inside and outside. The children have lots of opportunities to learn through play, exploring and developing learning experiences which help them make sense of the world. They become independent learners who think creatively as they investigate and solve problems.

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Nursery

This half-term, the topic in Angel Class is 'People Who Help Us!" Each week we will be thinking about a different person in our community that helps us. We will be learning about people who help us in school, the police, dentists, firefighters as well as doctors and nurses. We are going to be learning how they help us as well as how we can be helpful to our friends and families.

Trips/Visitors/Parental Engagament 

Angel Class have got some very exciting visitors this term. Our local police officers and firefighters will be coming in to meet with the children. We will also be having a 'When I Grow Up' dress up day to finish off this term’s topic.

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Reception 

This half term our topic is called 'Fabulous Food'. The children will begin by discovering where fruits, vegetables, meat and dairy comes from, before learning about the healthy eating plate.  We will explore the contents of the healthy eating plate, understanding how to make a balanced ‘rainbow’ meal.  The children will discover what foods are healthy and unhealthy, and will learn about the detrimental impacts of unhealthy foods on our body and teeth. Throughout, we will be engaging in many food tasting and cooking sessions. 

Trips/Visitors/Parental Engagement 

We will be taking a trip to the CO-OP for a tour, during our 'shopping' week. 

EYFS are also breakfast morning with parents.  

imageimageimageimageimageimage

Paddington Classroom

Outdoor Area

Kings Cross St Pancras Classroom

Phonics in EYFS

At Haimo we follow the 'Little Wandle Letters and Sounds Revised' programme to teach phonics.

In the Nursery, children start Phase 1, which concentrates on developing speaking and listening skills.

In Reception, phonics becomes a big part of everyday life. The children work on Phase 2, 3 and 4 throughout the year.

In Phase 2, children begin to learn the sounds that letters make (phonemes). Phase 3 introduces the remaining, more difficult and less commonly used phonemes. Phase 4 provides many opportunities to consolidate and refine phonic knowledge, while introducing more spelling patterns, tricky words and increasing children's vocabulary. 

 

Below are some 'helping- at home' websites that Parents and Carers may find useful. 

www.phonicsplay.co.uk 

www.phonicsbloom.com 

www.topmarks.co.uk

www.ictgames.co.uk

Tapestry

We are using Tapestry as our online learning journal provider in Early Years. Please click here to find out more.

Welcome to Early Years Foundation Stage

In Early Years, learning takes places both inside and outside. The children have lots of opportunities to learn through play, exploring and developing learning experiences which help them make sense of the world. They become independent learners who think creatively as they investigate and solve problems.

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Nursery

This half-term, the topic in Angel Class is 'People Who Help Us!" Each week we will be thinking about a different person in our community that helps us. We will be learning about people who help us in school, the police, dentists, firefighters as well as doctors and nurses. We are going to be learning how they help us as well as how we can be helpful to our friends and families.

Trips/Visitors/Parental Engagament 

Angel Class have got some very exciting visitors this term. Our local police officers and firefighters will be coming in to meet with the children. We will also be having a 'When I Grow Up' dress up day to finish off this term’s topic.

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Reception 

This half term our topic is called 'Fabulous Food'. The children will begin by discovering where fruits, vegetables, meat and dairy comes from, before learning about the healthy eating plate.  We will explore the contents of the healthy eating plate, understanding how to make a balanced ‘rainbow’ meal.  The children will discover what foods are healthy and unhealthy, and will learn about the detrimental impacts of unhealthy foods on our body and teeth. Throughout, we will be engaging in many food tasting and cooking sessions. 

Trips/Visitors/Parental Engagement 

We will be taking a trip to the CO-OP for a tour, during our 'shopping' week. 

EYFS are also breakfast morning with parents.  

imageimageimageimageimageimage

Paddington Classroom

Outdoor Area

Kings Cross St Pancras Classroom

Phonics in EYFS

At Haimo we follow the 'Little Wandle Letters and Sounds Revised' programme to teach phonics.

In the Nursery, children start Phase 1, which concentrates on developing speaking and listening skills.

In Reception, phonics becomes a big part of everyday life. The children work on Phase 2, 3 and 4 throughout the year.

In Phase 2, children begin to learn the sounds that letters make (phonemes). Phase 3 introduces the remaining, more difficult and less commonly used phonemes. Phase 4 provides many opportunities to consolidate and refine phonic knowledge, while introducing more spelling patterns, tricky words and increasing children's vocabulary. 

 

Below are some 'helping- at home' websites that Parents and Carers may find useful. 

www.phonicsplay.co.uk 

www.phonicsbloom.com 

www.topmarks.co.uk

www.ictgames.co.uk

Tapestry

We are using Tapestry as our online learning journal provider in Early Years. Please click here to find out more.

Welcome to Early Years Foundation Stage

In Early Years, learning takes places both inside and outside. The children have lots of opportunities to learn through play, exploring and developing learning experiences which help them make sense of the world. They become independent learners who think creatively as they investigate and solve problems.

imageimageimage
imageimageimage
imageimageimageimageimage

Nursery

This half-term, the topic in Angel Class is 'People Who Help Us!" Each week we will be thinking about a different person in our community that helps us. We will be learning about people who help us in school, the police, dentists, firefighters as well as doctors and nurses. We are going to be learning how they help us as well as how we can be helpful to our friends and families.

Trips/Visitors/Parental Engagament 

Angel Class have got some very exciting visitors this term. Our local police officers and firefighters will be coming in to meet with the children. We will also be having a 'When I Grow Up' dress up day to finish off this term’s topic.

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Reception 

This half term our topic is called 'Fabulous Food'. The children will begin by discovering where fruits, vegetables, meat and dairy comes from, before learning about the healthy eating plate.  We will explore the contents of the healthy eating plate, understanding how to make a balanced ‘rainbow’ meal.  The children will discover what foods are healthy and unhealthy, and will learn about the detrimental impacts of unhealthy foods on our body and teeth. Throughout, we will be engaging in many food tasting and cooking sessions. 

Trips/Visitors/Parental Engagement 

We will be taking a trip to the CO-OP for a tour, during our 'shopping' week. 

EYFS are also breakfast morning with parents.  

imageimageimageimageimageimage

Paddington Classroom

Outdoor Area

Kings Cross St Pancras Classroom

Phonics in EYFS

At Haimo we follow the 'Little Wandle Letters and Sounds Revised' programme to teach phonics.

In the Nursery, children start Phase 1, which concentrates on developing speaking and listening skills.

In Reception, phonics becomes a big part of everyday life. The children work on Phase 2, 3 and 4 throughout the year.

In Phase 2, children begin to learn the sounds that letters make (phonemes). Phase 3 introduces the remaining, more difficult and less commonly used phonemes. Phase 4 provides many opportunities to consolidate and refine phonic knowledge, while introducing more spelling patterns, tricky words and increasing children's vocabulary. 

 

Below are some 'helping- at home' websites that Parents and Carers may find useful. 

www.phonicsplay.co.uk 

www.phonicsbloom.com 

www.topmarks.co.uk

www.ictgames.co.uk

Tapestry

We are using Tapestry as our online learning journal provider in Early Years. Please click here to find out more.

Welcome to Early Years Foundation Stage

In Early Years, learning takes places both inside and outside. The children have lots of opportunities to learn through play, exploring and developing learning experiences which help them make sense of the world. They become independent learners who think creatively as they investigate and solve problems.

imageimageimage
imageimageimage
imageimageimageimageimage

Nursery

This half-term, the topic in Angel Class is 'People Who Help Us!" Each week we will be thinking about a different person in our community that helps us. We will be learning about people who help us in school, the police, dentists, firefighters as well as doctors and nurses. We are going to be learning how they help us as well as how we can be helpful to our friends and families.

Trips/Visitors/Parental Engagament 

Angel Class have got some very exciting visitors this term. Our local police officers and firefighters will be coming in to meet with the children. We will also be having a 'When I Grow Up' dress up day to finish off this term’s topic.

imageimageimageimageimageimage

Reception 

This half term our topic is called 'Fabulous Food'. The children will begin by discovering where fruits, vegetables, meat and dairy comes from, before learning about the healthy eating plate.  We will explore the contents of the healthy eating plate, understanding how to make a balanced ‘rainbow’ meal.  The children will discover what foods are healthy and unhealthy, and will learn about the detrimental impacts of unhealthy foods on our body and teeth. Throughout, we will be engaging in many food tasting and cooking sessions. 

Trips/Visitors/Parental Engagement 

We will be taking a trip to the CO-OP for a tour, during our 'shopping' week. 

EYFS are also breakfast morning with parents.  

imageimageimageimageimageimage

Paddington Classroom

Outdoor Area

Kings Cross St Pancras Classroom

Phonics in EYFS

At Haimo we follow the 'Little Wandle Letters and Sounds Revised' programme to teach phonics.

In the Nursery, children start Phase 1, which concentrates on developing speaking and listening skills.

In Reception, phonics becomes a big part of everyday life. The children work on Phase 2, 3 and 4 throughout the year.

In Phase 2, children begin to learn the sounds that letters make (phonemes). Phase 3 introduces the remaining, more difficult and less commonly used phonemes. Phase 4 provides many opportunities to consolidate and refine phonic knowledge, while introducing more spelling patterns, tricky words and increasing children's vocabulary. 

 

Below are some 'helping- at home' websites that Parents and Carers may find useful. 

www.phonicsplay.co.uk 

www.phonicsbloom.com 

www.topmarks.co.uk

www.ictgames.co.uk

Tapestry

We are using Tapestry as our online learning journal provider in Early Years. Please click here to find out more.