Reception EYFS - Diamonds and Pearls
This term in Diamonds and Pearls, we have been learning about numbers up to 10 and their value; this is called subitising. This helps them to develop a deeper understanding of numbers and their value preparing them for concepts like addition and subtraction. We've enjoyed exploring number through play each week.
World Nursery Rhyme Week
16th - 20th November 2020
Welcome to Diamonds and Pearls
Welcome to Diamonds and Pearls. Class teacher and teaching assistant for Diamonds class are Miss Noon and Mrs Bond. Class teacher and teaching assistant for Pearls class are Miss Deegan and Mrs Salmon.
Hello, my name is Miss Noon and I'm Diamond's Class teacher.
I love working in Reception, we have so much fun exploring the world around us through arts and crafts, messy play, maths and literacy.
My hobbies outside of school are running with my mum, walking our four dogs and spending time with my friends.
I'm looking forward to seeing you all very soon and hope you enjoy the summer break!
My name is Miss Deegan and I am Pearl's class teacher. When I am not in school I like going shopping, going for coffee with my friends and visiting my family in Ireland. I have taught in the EYFS for five years now and I love it! Reception is a special year in school where we explore the world through play, conversations and song. I'm looking forward to having a wonderful year together. Have a lovely summer break!
Hello, My name is Mrs Bond, I am the teaching assistant in Diamonds class.
I have been at Homer for 7 years and have spent most of my time in Early Years, which I absolutely love.
I love watching the children learn through lots of free learning and I especially love some of the topics we cover.
Outside of school I enjoy lots of reading, shopping, crafts and spending time with my family.
I am looking forward to meeting you all very soon.
Hello, my name is Mrs Salmon and I am the teaching assistant in Pearls class.
I love working in Reception class as I enjoy telling stories and getting into character, being creative and learning through the world around us.
When I am not at school, I love spending time with my family, walking my dogs, shopping and going on lovely holidays. Have a lovely summer holiday. Hopefully I will see you all soon!
Early Years Foundation Stage
Your child's time in the Early Years Foundation Stage should prepare them for the rest of their time in school.
We want children to develop independence, to co-operate and to work alongside others. We encourage them to talk and communicate in a range of situations, building on what they already know, understand and can do.
Planning is led by the interests of the children. Our staff provide opportunities for every child to achieve their potential. During this stage a stimulating learning environment through play delivers all curriculum areas which need to form the basis of future learning including phonics, early reading and mathematics skills.
The children learn through play. They can explore, practice and refine specific skills through carefully organised activities and events.
Every child has a learning journey which documents all their learning and progress through the year. This document capture the experiences and learning journey for each individual child, which is a wonderful keepsake at the end of the year.