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Hello everyone,

We hope that everyone is still safe and well.

For the last full week of term,  we wanted the children to spend time carrying out lots of creative activities,  based around the theme of "Summer." 

There are suggested art and design activities,  where the children can use lots of different media, such as coloured pencils, paint, printing and collage. We have also added in some science exploration, to encourage knowledge and understanding of the world. As well as activities, there are powerpoints and websites to look at.

The maths packs are still available for your child to complete,  as well as handwriting sheets.

We would love to see photos of the children being creative!

Many thanks,

The Foundation Team



 Hello everyone, 

We hope that you are all well. Thank  you once again for keeping in touch, we really enjoy seeing your smiley faces in photographs and videos! The home learning for the next two weeks is based around the story of "The Lighthouse Keeper's Lunch." The focus for the first week is lighthouses and then we have moved on, optimistically, to the theme of seasides and holidays! Once again, you do not have to use all of the resources, as you could complete some of the tasks on paper. However, if you do require a pack printing off, please contact us.

Many thanks,

The Foundation Team


Hello Everyone,

We hope that you are all OK,  despite the change in the weather!

Thank you again for all of the photos and comments that you have sent us, showing the activities you have been doing at home. 

Here is the new Home Learning Grid. It is based on the story of "The Train Ride," and it links nicely to transport and journeys. There are lots of resources for this topic in the folder below. Please feel free to just use paper, if you don't want to use all of the worksheets. However, if would like resources printed, please contact us and we can get packs sorted for you.

We would love to see photos of what you are up to at home, as we're missing seeing you all.

Take care everybody,

The Foundation Team



Hi everyone,

We hope that you are well and enjoying the sunshine.

We are continuing to send home learning activities, for those children remaining at home. 

For the next two weeks,  we have chosen the story of "The Rainbow Fish." There are lots of fun activities to do around this story and with links to an underwater world. 

We have recommended that you carry out one English activity, plus one Maths activity daily. Then you could choose another task from one of the other areas as well.

Even if your child isn't returning to school, we would  still like to keep in touch with you all. Please feel free to share photos and videos of any of the activities and send through any comments. We would like to still share a daily story from the  classroom,  via Class Dojo. Hopefully, all parents can accept the invite sent out,  during the school closure. We may also send some photographs of certain activities, that the children are doing at school, so you could do similar tasks at home,  if you choose to do so.

We look forward to hearing from you!

The Foundation Team




Good afternoon!


If you are looking for some more e-books, there are some Read Write Inc. e-books on the Oxford Owl site. See below for the link to this site.


Please start with the 'Sound Blending' and 'Red Ditty' books.


Happy reading! 


Miss Stewart smiley


Good news, there is a link so that you can read 'Big Cat' reading books at home. You should all know the colour band that you are on so ask an adult to help with the username and password and you will be away! 



Go to

Click on the Teacher portal and enter


Password:  Parents20!

And click  Login


In addition to the reading books, below is a link for free live Phonic lessons that will be streamed daily. This is the same program that we use in school so they couldn't be more perfect. Please aim for the set 1 or 2 sessions.



Welcome to Foundation!


Hello and welcome to our fantastic school.


We hope that you are just as excited as we are about the year ahead. After a busy summer holidays making our classrooms bright and beautiful, we are definitely ready for them to filled with fun, laughter and learning!


We will begin our super year together with the topic 'Rhyme Time'. Please scroll below to find out more about what this topic will entail. 


The foundation team will update this page regularly so please keep your eyes peeled for photos and information about our exciting topics and super work. 


If you have any questions or concerns, please speak to a member of the team. We are always happy to help! 


Thank you


Foundation Team smiley

The Foundation Team


Class R1 Teacher - Mrs Eames.

Class R2 Teacher - Miss Stewart.

Foundation Teaching Assistants - Mrs Ford, Mrs Atkin and Mrs Gaskin.

Our wonderful helpers are Mrs Wragg and Miss Colclough.

Our dinner ladies are Mrs Wragg and Miss Vickers.

Useful Information


PE days: Both classes will have PE on Wednesday Morning this term. Our PE sessions will be led by Mr Smith from Carres Outreach.

              Outdoor PE will be on Friday. The children do not need an outdoor kit for this session.


Reading Books: We will aim to change reading books on a Tuesday and Friday. Please write in your child's diary so that we can see that they have read. Thank you!

Dates for your diary...


Term 1

10.09.19 - Welcome to Foundation meeting 

30.09.19 - Reading and Writing Workshops 2.30pm (in the school hall)

07.10.19 - Maths Workshop 2.30pm (in the school hall)

Reverend Mark Welcome Assembly (More details to follow)

17.10.19 - Nursery Rhyme Day (More details to follow)


Term 2

05.11.19 & 06.11.19 - Parents evening (More details to follow)


Term 3


Term 4

27.02.20 - Trip to Rand Farm

03.03.20 & 04.03.20 - Parents Evening

05.03.20 - World Book Day

13.03.20 - Sports relief day

03.04.20 - INSET DAY



Foundation Topics


Term 1: Rhyme Time

Term 2: Story Time!

Term 3: Cold Places

Term 4: Eggs
Term 5: A walk in the forest...

Term 6: Journeys

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