Welcome to Trimley St Mary Primary School 01394 284130 office@trimley.net

Class Information

Reception Egyptians

Mon and Tues: Mrs Allen

Weds, Thurs, Fri:

Mrs Bennett

Reception Stone-Age 

Miss Smith

Teaching Assistants

Miss Taylor

Mrs Newell

Mrs Robinson

PE for both classes will take place on a Tuesday. 

Keep up to date with learning and upcoming events by using the  Marvellous Me App.

Welcome to EYFS.

 

Summer Term beginning Monday 6th June

  

Mrs Bennett, Mrs Allen and Miss Smith hope you all had a fun half term holiday, enjoying the sunshine and celebrating the Platinum Jubilee.

This half term we will be starting our new topic

Everyday Heroes.     

As Resilient Readers we will 

*be reading Hello Mr Blueberry, The Jolly Postman and other stories about people who help us.

*sharing a selection of non-fiction books about the emergency services, people in our community and other key workers.

*Reading a selection of stories about everyday heroes like Postman Pat and Fireman Sam.

*Finding out How to Post a letter and how the mail service works.

 *Find out what a vets does to help people and their animals.

 *use the small world to make up narratives using different characters and story settings.

*encourage you to read a book in the reading areas and listen to you sounding out new words.

*Re-visit all the phonemes and digraphs we have learnt in our phonics groups.

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As Wonderful Writers we will:-

* Write the initial sound and some labels for everyday heroes in our community.

*Use our phonics to label letters and parcels in our Post Office role play.

*Make maps of our local community and draw on key features like Post box, church, bus stop and vets.

*Make a non-fiction book about Everyday heroes that we have in our community. Using our phonic knowledge and a range of common exception words.

*Make our own story and information books in the writing area.

*Use the funky finger table to continue to build up our finger strength.

*Continue our new dough disco to help build up the strength in our hands.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ovgPLvue164

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BOLR3pQt8zg

*Use our name writing books to write our names correctly and in the cursive font.

*MC Grammar will help us with our learning.  We love singing along to his raps!  Check out his FIRE STATION SHOW!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mCuPmxXJvJQ

* As Marvellous Mathematicians

we will….

* recall our number bonds to 5 automatically. 

*say if a number can be shared equally or not – odd and evens.

*Know our doubles to 10 and recognise them in a variety of ways.

*continue to find out about the composition of numbers to 10 and beyond.

*Using the vocabulary for greater, less than or the same.

*Explore different types of measurements – length, weight and time.

*Practise writing our numbers on whiteboards.

*Use number fans to answer questions.

*We will be singing counting songs in Awesome Maths

*Why not visit these websites to play some maths games.

https://www.themathsfactor.com/games/try/?gameid=46&prefix=ZONE&config=IPG_CM_Y1_CA_001,%20support&title=Count%20the%20Yeti%201%20to%2010

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/learning-to-count/chopper-squad

ttps://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/5-7-years/counting

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*As Amazing Artists we will

*continue to practise our painting skills and use a range of brush techniques. 

*Make paintings of different Everyday Heroes and the equipment they use.

*Learn some new songs and actions about Everyday Heroes and summer celebrations.

*Make Thank you cards for the Everyday Heroes that we meet this term.

* As Awesome Athletes we will

*be learning the races ready for Sports Day 2022!

*be playing outdoor maths games in awesome maths to help improve our gross motor skills.

Why not look at these other links too.

Super movers: 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jYeMpUdufNk 

ABC song

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XC6wQQHo8uU

 

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Early Years Bulletin Board

News Flash!

Check your Tapestry account for any Early Years updates,

Remember P.E is on a Tuesday. We will be outside for P.E as much as possible this term so you may like to include a tracksuit in your child’s P.E. kit for colder days.

Speech Link Parent portal 

We have been fortunate enough to be granted access for parents to make use of the Speech Link Parent Portal information site until the end of term. The aim is to help promote speech and associated communication skills such as listening so children make progress in all areas of their life.

To access the portal click on https://speechandlanguage.info/parents

 

Many thanks for your continued  support.

Parent Helpers Wanted!

At present, Parent Helpers will not be able to come into school.  However, when this changes we will let you know, as in the past …. 

Parent Helpers Welcome! We welcome parents into school, to help our children to improve their reading skills.  If you are able to spare a morning or an afternoon, on a regular basis, please let your child’s teacher know.  We are very appreciative of your additional support, and it makes a huge difference to the children’s learning.  We would love you to come and join us!  Tea and coffee provided too!

Learning at Home

Tapestry

We love to share  your child’s learning with you on Tapestry.. We also like to see any learning you do at home. This app is able to be purchased through the app store and can be used on most smartphones and tablet devices. You can also access Tapestry through your web brower on the computer. Please do not share photos from Tapestry on social media. If you have any questions about Tapestry please come and speak to Mrs Bennett, Mrs Allen or Miss Smith

Reading Challenge
Image result for bookworm reading a book clipart Don’t forget to read for 5 minutes, 5 times a week!  Your reading Challenge Slip must be returned on MONDAY MORNING so the ‘scores on the doors’ can be collated by class teachers during registration and sent to the school office.   An Early Years class has never topped the leader board!  We need 75% of our classes to read to meet Mrs Ashford’s challenge.  Class Prizes available too.  Come on EYFS let’s keep reading!

The Language of BAD

(Bad is good!)

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We want to be challenged at Trimley St Mary.

We have been using the language of BAD to extend our learning.  We have been taking on challenges to show if we are brave, (paddling) adventurous (snorkeling) or daring (diving)!