Welcome to Lower Foundation
Open Events Autumn Term 2022
We would love to welcome you to meet our staff and have a look around our Foundation Stage Unit so you can see for yourself the wonderful provision we have on offer. Our open events are on the following dates/times:
Tuesday 18th October 3:30 – 4:30pm
Tuesday 22nd November 10:15 – 11:15am
Tuesday 6th December 5 – 6pm
We welcome anyone who has children who would be starting in either Lower or Upper Foundation in 2023. We would love to meet your children too so please bring them along. Please ring the office to let us know you are coming. We look forward to meeting you. Mrs Sholi. EYFS Lead.
In Lower Foundation we use Seesaw as our virtual classroom. Please click here for a link to the site. If you have any difficulty logging on please e-mail the office at email@example.com and we will generate a new login code.
How you can help your child at home…
Activities you can try could include:-
- Playing games that involve taking turns.
- Playing with Alphabet letters.
- Playing with cut out numbers so the child has an awareness of these.
- Painting and drawing, which involve sitting down for short periods of time.
- Constantly talking to your child and listening to their answers will is a really important activity and builds language skills and social skills.
- Sing Nursery Rhymes and songs that children like that have repetition in them as these will help them to remember new words.
- Telling or reading stories and poems to your child is an important part of developing an interest in reading. This should be an enjoyable experience for yourself and your child.
- You should aim to share a story for a short period (e.g. 10 minutes at least) every day. When reading a story, encourage your child to talk about the pictures and identify characters. Let your child hold the book and turn the pages as you read the story.
- Spend time outdoors running, jumping and climbing this all helps to develop good gross motor skills.
- Complete jigsaws, spending time colouring sheets, threading beads and using playdough all help develop fine motor skills.