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Lerryn Class - EYFS

Mrs Grinsted with Mrs Carter and Mrs Udy

Welcome to our Early Years Foundation Stage Lerryn Class!

Our new starters quickly adapt into school life. Our first class topic is ‘All About Me’ and ‘The Three Little Pigs.’ We have great fun learning some actions for The Three Little Pigs story and have learnt some of the story off by heart.

Lerryn classroom and garden have plenty on offer to challenge and enthuse the children and is always changing to meet the needs of the children in the class and their personal interests. From trikes and sand pits to dressing up and building, there’s always something exciting to do!

Planning and Information

Autumn 2nd half Parent Planning Overview Space and Celebrations

Autumn 2nd half Homework Menu EYFS

Do keep your eye on Tapestry for lots of updates.  

Top 50 Books to read for Reception -  click here

Every week, we spend learning through play in our Wild Tribe area.

Look at our amazing Three Little Pig Houses!

EYFS Planning Overviews

EYFS Overview for Parents Autumn 1

EYFS Overview for Parents Autumn 2

EYFS Overview for Parents Spring 1

EYFS Overview for Parents Spring 2

EYFS Overview for Parents Summer 1

EYFS Overview for Parents Summer 2

Storytelling

Developing vocabulary is so important for young children.  For example, listening to stories, making up stories, retelling stories, acting out stories, learning new words and more. 

Ask your child if they can retell one of the stories below.  You could show them the pictures or prompt them with a few of the words from the texts here. 

Hansel and Gretel - story to learn

The 3 Little Pigs - story to learn

The 3 Little Pigs - story map of pictures

The Very Hungry Caterpillar - story to learn

The Jolly Postman story text to learn

Gruffalo's Child Story text

The Very Hungry Caterpillar text to learn

Learning to read at Dobwalls

See the below document for more information on how we begin to teach children to read.  Please do support and encourage your children to read at home.  Little and often makes a huge difference.  Spend time reading and discussing stories with them as well as when they begin to use their sounds and recognise words.  

Phonics Information for Parents