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Title: Early Years Meeting


1
Early Years Meeting
  • September

2
Information contained in this powerpoint.
  • The Foundation Stage
  • Apple, Mango and Peach
  • Numeracy
  • Literacy
  • Assessment and Profiles
  • Nursery
  • Homework
  • How we communicate with you
  • Special Educational Needs (SEN)

3
The Foundation Stage
  • Early Learning Goals
  • Prime Areas
  • Communication and Language
  • Physical Development
  • Personal, Social and Emotional
  • Specific Areas
  • Literacy
  • Mathematics
  • Understanding the World
  • Expressive Art and Design
  • Topic based learning

4
Communication and Language
  • Development involves giving children
    opportunities to experience a rich language
    environment to develop their confidence and
    skills in expressing themselves and to speak and
    listen in a range of situations.

5
Physical Development
  • Involves providing opportunities fro young
    children to be active and interactive and to
    develop their co-ordination, control, and
    movement. Children must also be helped to
    understand the importance of physical activity,
    and to make healthy choices in relation to food.

6
Personal, Social and Emotional Development
  • Involves helping children to develop a positive
    sense of themselves, and others to form positive
    relationships and to develop respect for others
    to develop social skills and learn how to manage
    their feelings to understand appropriate
    behavior in groups and to have confidence in
    their own abilities.

7
Literacy
  • Development involves encouraging children to link
    sounds and letters and to begin to read and
    write. Children must be given access to a wide
    range of reading materials to ignite their
    interest.

8
Mathematics
  • Involves providing children with opportunities to
    develop and improve their skills in counting,
    understanding and using numbers, calculating
    simple addition and subtraction problems and to
    describe shapes, spaces, and measures

9
Understanding the World
  • Involves guiding children to make sense of their
    physical world and their community through
    opportunities to explore, observe and find out
    about people, places, technology and the
    environment.

10
Expressive Arts and Design
  • Involves enabling children to explore and play
    with a wide range of media and materials, as well
    as providing opportunities and encouragement for
    sharing their thoughts, ideas and feelings
    through a variety of activities in art, music,
    movement, dance, role-play, and design and
    technology.

11
Assemblies Visitors Visits
12
Nursery
  • All 7 areas covered during the day
  • Adult led focused activities
  • Child initiated independent activities
  • Outdoor play
  • Fun Friday!

13
Apple, Mango and Peach
  • Reception focus on literacy and numeracy in the
    morning
  • Working with Year One on all the other areas of
    learning in the afternoon

14
Phonics
  • Jolly Phonics is a foundation for reading and
    writing. It teaches the letter sounds in an
    enjoyable, multisensory way, and enables children
    to use them to read and write words.
  • Jolly Phonics includes learning the irregular or
    'tricky words' such as said, was and the.

15
Letter Sounds
16
Storylines and Actions
  • Learning the /s/ sound
  • Action
  • Weave your hand like a
  • snake, making an s
  • shape, saying ssssss

17
Sound Sheets
This is the /s/ Sound Sheet from The Phonics
Handbook.
18
Sound Books
  • Go home every 6 sounds
  • Do one sound a night in the book, after your
    child has done it at school
  • No new sound on a Friday
  • Ten minutes
  • Cursive writing
  • When completed leave in book bag for marking

19
Pencil Hold
Tripod grip Froggy legs movement
20
  • Parental support is important to all children as
    they benefit from plenty of praise and
    encouragement whilst learning. You should be
    guided by the pace at which your child wants to
    go. If interest is being lost, leave the teaching
    for a while rather than using undue pressure.
  • You can find out more at www.jollylearning.co.uk

21
Assessment
  • Every child has their own individual profile
  • Significant achievement
  • Observation
  • Work samples
  • Photographs

22
Homework
  • Sound Books
  • Reading Books (Reception)
  • Picture Story Books (Nursery)
  • Homework Books (See half-termly newsletter)
  • Learning through everyday experiences

23
Reading at Home
  • Valuable and enjoyable
  • Reading together / independently
  • Adults model reading
  • Pointing to the text
  • Importance of pictures
  • Discussing the book
  • Using phonic skills
  • Nursery picture story books
  • Reception books given out after Christmas
  • Year 1 two books changed twice a week

24
How we communicate with you
  • Weekly Early Years newsletter
  • Half termly newsletters/homework
  • Parents Evenings
  • Open Day
  • Informal chats in the playground
  • End of year reports
  • Curriculum presentations
  • Booking a meeting with us
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