Reception

All the activities that you do with your child at home are important in supporting their learning and development, and have a really long lasting effect on your child’s learning as they progress towards and through school.

For example, talking, reading, singing nursery rhymes with your child or cooking and baking with them. More ideas can be found at www.earlyhomelearning.org.uk

If you feel unsure of what to do at home to support your child’s learning, please come in and ask. We can give you ideas on how you can help your child learn.

We have an open door policy and value the contribution of parents highly in our schoolWe believe that working with you gives your child the best possible start.Home school learning is of vital importance to your child’s development and progress.

Please see below to get a curriculum overview for the autumn term.

Our last assembly (and first one together outside) for this academic year with @SjvAllen and Mrs Evans #SJVRE #SJVRD #SJVRM #SJV1B #SJV1R #SJV2H #SJV2W

Lorena really enjoying the #2minutebeachclean taking on what she learnt during Eco week at school. #SJVECO week #SJVRM @sjvblackpool ♻️ she can’t wait to bring in her new book too show everyone ♻️

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Huge congratulations to our Extreme Reader Competition Winner! 📚🎉👏🏻Thank you to @VisionForEd for the fantastic book prizes! #SJVRD

Our last assembly (and first one together outside) for this academic year with @SjvAllen and Mrs Evans #SJVRE #SJVRD #SJVRM #SJV1B #SJV1R #SJV2H #SJV2W

We had such good fun in our mud kitchen today making mud pie and cooking up a good BBQ 🪵🍄🍃We were amazed to find strawberries growing in the hanging baskets through the fence 🍓🍃 and we got creative and turned the pots and pans into a drum kit 🥁#SJVRD

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