Foundation 1

Extra Nursery sessions are £12.00 per session. Please contact the school to arrange.


  • Please can I remind parents to provide their child with a bag of spare clothes. This can be left on their peg for their part of the week. Please label all clothes.
  • We like to play out in all weather. Please make sure your child comes in/brings the right type of clothes so they are prepared.

Welcome to all the new children who have joined F1. This newsletter tells parents/carers about some of the  things the children will be learning about and experiencing throughout the half-term. ‘All about me’ is our main focus.


 In ‘All about me’ children will-

  • Play games using their names.
  • Talk about their favourite things.
  • Make a collage of their face.
  • Share photographs of their families.
  • Think about why we are special.

Number and shape work will include-

  • Number songs and rhymes.
  • How many people live in your house?
  • Sorting and matching objects by colour.
  • Beginning to count numbers in sequence.

Sounds and listening skills-

F1 will be beginning to listen to sounds in the environment and distinguishing between different environmental sounds.

Parents can help by-

  • Providing children with a family photo to share with the class.
  • Letting us know if your child has specific interests out of school.
  • Talking to your child about their interests and about family members.

Our stories, songs and rhymes include-

  • Traditional nursery rhymes
  • Number rhymes.
  • Action songs such as ‘If you’re happy and you know it’ and ‘Heads, shoulders, knees and toes’.
  • Books about starting nursery.
  • Stories in family settings.

Class Teachers

Foundation 1 Teachers
Mrs M Morgan
Mrs G Hemsworth

Support Teachers
Mrs H Street
Mrs J Wood
Mrs L Abbott

Important Dates

  • Library on Monday/Friday
  • Harvest in Church 9th Oct/11th Oct
  • 26/10/18 Training Day

Class Information

P.E. Information

Reminders –

  • Please can all children have spare clothes on their pegs in a drawstring bag.
  • Please can all clothes be labelled with the child’s name.
  • Please remember we like to go out in all weathers and to do so we need to wear appropriate clothing.

Library Books Information

Library day: Monday and Friday


To keep headlice under control, remember… once a week, take a peek!

It is really important to check for lice weekly, even if you do not think your child has them. If you do find headlice, please treat immediately and notify a member of staff so that other parents can be made aware. If your child has long hair, tying it up might reduce their chances of catching them.

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If you are having trouble downloading the documents, you can download pdf reader here.