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Manor Primary School

'Lighting the fires of our future'

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Manor Primary School

'Lighting the fires of our future'



Welcome to Robins Class


Your teachers are: Mr Forman, Mrs Perry and Mrs Smith

Robins class is a mixed Nursery/Reception class. Mr Forman is the class teacher and is supported by our Robins Teaching Assistants, Mrs Perry and Mrs Smith.


Here at Manor, we recognise that settling into school is a big step for your child and we endeavour to make it a happy transition.


Our aim is to make school a happy, stimulating and rewarding environment for your child to discover, learn and play in a wide range of experiences.

EYFS Curriculum


EYFS curriculum at Manor takes into account the young child’s aptitude to learn through different forms of activity – in particular play, talk and first-hand experiences. It is organised into seven areas of learning and includes both adult directed and child-selected activities that best respond to their needs and interests:


Personal, Social and Emotional Development

This area of learning helps children to feel good about themselves and others so they are able to develop positive relationships. It supports them to become independent, excited and motivated learners.


Communication and Language and Literacy

This helps children to develop language through: talking, thinking and listening in different situations. To support children in their early reading and writing they are encouraged to: mark make, enjoy stories, books and rhymes and link sounds and letters.



This area of learning includes developing mathematical understanding through: stories, songs, games, everyday activities and imaginative play. It helps them to enjoy experimenting and becoming confident and curious about: numbers, shapes, patterns and measures.


Understanding the World

In this area of learning, children develop knowledge, skills and understanding that help them to make sense of the world. This is the foundation for later work in: history, geography, RE, science, design technology and ICT.


Physical Development

Making progress in physical development, particularly fine and gross motor skills, gives children confidence and enables them to feel the benefits of being healthy and active.


Expressive arts and design

This area of learning includes: art, music, dance, drama and imaginative play - opportunities for children to try new experiences and express themselves in a variety of ways.

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Home Learning 

Important Information.


Reading books - Reading books will be changed on a weekly basis. Please remember to sign your child's reading diary when you share a book. This may simply be a date and initials. This helps to see who is reading regularly at home. We will also be assigning reading books online via Rising Stars.


Water Bottles – your child will have their water bottles cleaned every day and re-filled with ‘brain juice’ each morning. We aim to encourage a healthy appetite for water and keeping hydrated. Children can bring their own named bottles in - we would encourage these to contain only water if possible. Please ensure any drinks sent to school are still ones - thank you. Any concerns please speak to a member of the Robins team.


PE- When our P.E. lessons start they will initially take place wearing school uniform. Please don't worry about having a PE kit until after Christmas. We will let you know when we start this. Thank you.


Home Learning Opportunities- Each fortnight you will receive a ‘Robin’s News’ newsletter where there will be information about the things that the Robins have been doing and a suggested home learning activity. This is an opportunity for parents to discuss their child’s learning and complete an activity at home.

Jolly Phonics Letter Sounds (British English)

Listen to the 42 letter sounds of Jolly Phonics, spoken in British English. Each letter sound is clearly spoken twice, before an example word is given. Perfect for parents, teachers and children who are not sure how to pronounce the letter sounds.