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Whipperley Infant Academy ‘Learning, Growing, Together’

Early Years Foundation Stage

 

Hello and a very warm welcome to all our children and parents!

 We are all looking forward to going on our fun and exciting learning journey together throughout this next year. Please do not hesitate to speak to any members of our team if you have any worries or concerns about your child. We are always happy to listen, support and offer help where we can.

Thank you

Early Years Team

 

Want to know what your children have been learning? 

Click here to check out our Early Years Blog page

We are always collecting junk modelling for our children to use in their creative learning. If you have any, please can you give it to your childs class teacher. If you are not sure what to bring in then please ask.

 

Thank you

The Early Years Team

Whipperley is having a Christmas Disco and Santa's Grotto!

 

On

Thursday 6th December 2018

5.00pm - 7.00pm

 

Entrance fee to the disco is £3.00 for a family of up to 5.

Additional tickets cost 50p each and can be purchased on the night.

For an extra £3.00 per child you can visit Santa in his grotto and receive a present on the night of the disco.

be quick and pre book your visit to avoid disappointment!!!!

 

Raffle, refreshments, pizza and samosas will be available on the night.

 

Children must be accompanied by an adult

Pirates love underpants - Books Alive!

Penguins Make Bad Pirates | Storybook, Short Stories for Kids, Fairy Tales, Nursery Rhymes

"How I Became A Pirate" | Read Aloud

2D Shapes I Know

Shapes Song 2

Numberblocks - Learn to Count From 1 to 5 | A Star is Born

Numberblocks - 1 2 3 4 5 | Learn to Count

CBeebies | Numberblocks | 1-10 Songs Playlist

 

It is really important to read with your child everyday! All it takes is 5 minutes each day. Talk about the book, the characters in the story and use the pictures as prompts. Give opportunities for children to ask their own questions about the story, did they enjoy the book, who were their favourite characters, why?

 

They are so excited about reading, so share in this excitement to help to build on their confidence and reading skills.

 

 

Thank you for your continued support

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