The end of Foundation Stage, the beginning of Year 1 ...
The end of Foundation Stage, the beginning of Year 1 Thursday 6th July Thank You We are very proud of the progress the children have made and the support we have had from you has been huge. Agenda Assessment in EYFS (Miss Pumfrett) Terminology, Scale Points, ELG,
Characteristics of Learning, School Reports. Transition to year 1 (Mrs Barrett) School/Home Communication Summer Slump (Miss Pumfrett) Reading Summer Challenge (Havering libraries) Summer Diaries Questions and Answers Assessment in Foundation
Stage Formative On-going assessment is an integral part of the learning and development process. We observe the children to understand their level of achievement, interests and learning styles. Using this information we have then shaped learning experiences for each child reflecting those observations Hence, some interesting topics this year! Statutory Throughout the year we test the children on phonics/names/sounds/numeral recognition/reading bands, and
continuously update the childrens EYFS profile. Outside School Through the golden books and WOW moments, with your input, we have gained a greater insight into the childrens life experiences and been able to build a more detailed picture of the children's learning and development. Early Learning Goals The EYFS profile requires practitioners to assess children against a set of 17 early learning goals (ELGs).
Emerging Expected Exceeding Breaking down an ELG Literacy ELG: Children use their phonic knowledge to write words in ways which match spoken sounds. They also write some irregular common words. They write simple sentences which can be read by themselves and others. Some words are spelt
correctly and others are phonetically plausible. Breaking down an ELG Mathematics Number Numbers: Children count reliably with numbers from one to 20, place them in order and say which number is one more or one less than a given number. Using quantities and objects, they add and subtract two single-digit numbers and count on or back to find the answer. They solve problems,
including doubling, halving and sharing. 3 Prime areas of learning Communication And Language ACTIVE LEARNING Personal Social and Emotional Development Physical
Development PLAYING AND EXPLORING CREATING AND THINKING CRITICALLY 4 Specific areas of learning LITERACY
MATHEMATICS Communication and language ACTIVE LEARNING EXPRESSIVE ART AND DESIGN Personal and
Social development Physical development PLAYING AND EXPLORING CREATING AND THINKING
CRITICALLY UNDERSTANDING THE WORLD Prime areas applied in specific areas MATHEMATICS LITERACY Communication and language ACTIVE
LEARNING EXPRESSIVE ART AND DESIGN Personal and Social development Physical development
PLAYING AND EXPLORING CREATING AND THINKING CRITICALLY UNDERSTANDING THE WORLD 3 Characteristics of effective learning
CREATING AN THINKING CRITICALLY ACTIVE LEARNING PLAYING AND EXPLORING The Big Change(move away from child-initiated learning)
In Foundation Stage, each area of learning and development is implemented through planned, purposeful play and through a mix of adult-led and child-initiated activity. Children learn by leading their own play, and by taking part in play which is guided by adults. There has been a balance between activities led by children, and activities led or guided by adults. As children grow older, and as their development allows, it is expected that the balance will gradually shift towards more activities led by adults, to help children prepare for more formal learning, ready for Year 1.
Move to Year one Expectations Independent (changing). Practise. Especially for swimming. (Discuss this, make it an exciting part of yr1) your child will be swimming weekly. Writing independently. Reading records instead of home school book. HFW words, spellings weekly. Homework Friday, returned by Wednesday. Teaching in Year 1 carousel during transition period.
Tuesday 26th September Informal Meeting We would like to invite you to a Strawberry Tea. In September, the children will write invitations to you, inviting you in for a tea party. Please arrive at 2:45. You may take your
Books that will be sent up in school Literacy Books Scrap Books The portfolios At home over the summer you will keep the red homework books and word wallets. Phonics Screening Children are tested at the start of the year on their phonics. (Digraphs)
Continue to play games over the holidays. For example; I Spy My word has 3 sounds, 1st sound is Last sound is. Summer Slide
It is characterised by steady progress in reading achievement throughout the school year, and a decline during the long summer holidays. Away from school, some students spend less time reading and miss out on: access to books and other reading resources reading practise encouragement to read role modelling support for reading School Reading
We took the children to the library. A visitor from the local library has been into school to talk about the Summer Reading Challenge. This year it is Animal Agents Summer Diaries We send home Summer Diaries, these are similar to Golden Books. Set work at the front.
The children can write/colour/stick anecdotes from their holiday. READ READ READ READ make reading enjoyable for the children, keeping reading fun with easy and self-selected material, talking about books, sharing books and reading time read aloud to your child make time for reading every day little and often help your child choose just right books Let the children see you as reading role models. encourage them to read independently
include some enjoyable literacy activities such as writing letters or postcards, reading recipes manage electronic entertainment at home -turn off the TV or Playstation and reward reading make regular trips to the public library and letting children choose books and magazines. All children will have Bug Club books allocated for the holidays. Their logins will be active over the holiday period. Questions asked at the meeting 1. What time do Year 1 start school? The bell goes at 8:45 for a 8:55 start. In year one the children finish at 3:10pm
2. Do all children swim throughout the year? Children swim in groups of 15 throughout the year. You will be told the day your child is swimming in September.
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