Welcome to the Paul Klee class
Welcome to Joseph Locke Foundation Stage. Here you will find all the relevant and up to date information regarding your child's journey through Foundation Stage.

Welome to Foundation Stage! Your teacher is Miss Rothery. Your teaching assistants are Mrs Dickinson, Mrs Seward and Miss Scherdel. Our Upper Foundation Stage classes share a purpose built area of the school along with Foundation 1 (Nursery) children. Children can access a range of high quality resources across three classrooms. They also have access to a fantastic outdoor area which children can use to enhance their play and learning experiences. There are lots of playmates here! We are one big happy family with lots of caring staff to help us in our work and play. Our Foundation Stage Topics this year are Wonderful Me, Let's Explore, A is for Africa, Grow, Dinosaur Eggs and Journeys. In Foundation Stage we follow the Early Years Foundation Stage Document in order to plan, teach and assess. There are seven areas of learning and development that must shape educational programmes in the Early Years setting. All areas of learning and development are important and inter-connected. The three prime areas are: Communication and Language Physical Development Personal, Social and Emotional Development These areas are strengthed and applied through four specific areas, which are: Literacy Mathematics Expressive Arts & Design Knowledge and Understanding

FS2 Paul Klee Information

Things to remember... PE Kits are needed on a Monday. Our library day is Wednesday. Homework is set on a Friday to be completed by the following Wednesday. Our 'Good Achiever' celebration assembly is on Friday. Reading Miles books can be changed daily or when required (if you wish to change these books please take the zip wallet out of your child's red book bag and hand it to the class teacher). The staff in Foundation Stage at Joseph Locke Primary School firmly believe that you as parents are your child's first and most important teachers. The parent/child relationship is a very special one. You as parents should feel privileged to have it and be prepared to make the most of it. Have fun with your children, spend time talking to them and playing with them. Wait patiently for your child to reach each stage of development and enjoy each stage they are at rather than trying to rush them on. Please also show interest in them and their learning. As parents and carers you will probably be wondering how you can support us in extending your child’s learning at home. A number of leaflets and booklets have been produced to assist you in this if you would like copies of these, or if you have further questions, please just ask. A member of the Foundation Stage Staff is always available to help. Please follow the links below for regular updates.

FS2 Paul Klee Social Stream
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