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New Reception Children Starting September 2022

Admissions for September 2022

First - welcome to our school!

 We are so pleased that you have chosen our school for your child to attend this coming academic year and beyond. We are looking forward to meeting you and are excited about developing a personal relationship with you to meet the educational and social needs of your child.

 

Confirming Your Child's Place

Once you have received your offer and are ready to accept your place, you will need to provide the school with proof of your child's date of birth e.g birth certificate or passport, and 2 items of proof of your address e.g. a utility bill, bank statement etc. with your address on. This will be need to be brought in person to the school office from Tuesday 26th April and by Wednesday 4th May. You’re welcome to come to the school office between 9:30 am and 2:30pm .


Transition Process

Transition is really important, partly to allay any worries children might have, but also for parents. It’s a much bigger deal for some families than others, but it’s the start of a three-year relationship and we want to make sure it gets off to the best start possible. Please see the below letter with some information about key dates.

 We look forward to meeting and welcoming you to our school soon.

 

Jane Phillips

Executive Head Teacher

Our school lunch provider, HC3S, have launched their digital New Starter Guide for all new starters with lots of helpful hints and tips about getting your child ready to start their school lunch journey.

 

It’s available to view and download from their website:

YearR-new-starter-guide.pdf (hants.gov.uk)

Owls Class Virtual Tour

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Rabbits Class Virtual Tour

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Curriculum Information

 

 

Year R Curriculum Powerpoint

Phonics

 

The videos below show the actions that match our letter sounds in phonics. You may have already seen your children come home with these actions so we are about to show you what this looks like in our phonics lessons. We introduce our new sounds in phases and sets to support the children with a progressive introduction. The videos that you see will reflect the progression of how the children learn their sounds at school.

 

 

Phase 2 Set 1

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Phase 2 Set 2

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Phase 2 Set 3

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Phase 2 Set 4

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Phase 2 Set 5

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Handwriting

 

The videos below show how we teach the children to write the letters that they have learnt in phonics.

Phase 2 set 1

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Phase 2 Set 2

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Phase 2 Set 3

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Phase 2 set 4

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Phase 2 Set 5

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Useful learning links

 

 

 

 

 

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