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Foundation Stage/ Key Stage One (P1, P2 and P3)

Welcome to P1,2,3 with Mrs Hanvey.

Our classroom assistants this year are Mrs Hazley and Miss Hilditch.

P:E days are Tuesday and Thursday– please send chidren to school dressed for P.E in leggings/ tracksuit bottoms and trainers. Plimsoles should be sent in a shoe bag to be kept in school.

Dinner money should be sent in on MONDAY for the week ahead. Please clearly label all envelopes with the days your child is taking school dinner as teachers will not be handling money or checking envelopes for notes.

Please check our Parents Notice board on the window in Assembly Hall for up to date information about P1,2,3.

P123 Newsletter.

First week fun!


Eggshell Smash! Have you been spending lots of time at home baking? Here is a fun game to use up all those left over eggshells. The game can be adapted easily for any age and you can simply change your questions to suit.
Odd and Bob Game A quick and easy to make game using bits of cardboard. An excellent way of learning spellings, blending/ segmentingwords and letter/ number formation. A great website for P2/3 . The website has Daily lesons covering all topics and fun games aimed at P2/3. Some games can be played by P1 as detailled in the document.
Let’s Play Shop! Shopping role play is an excellent way to reinforce money work, counting, addition and subtraction and mathematical language in a fun way. This activity can be done inside or outside and you can use any items for your shop. The information document will give some ideas for progression for each class. You may need to download Microsoft Word on your device to read properly. Have fun! This is an excellent website for Literacy and Numeracy. Please click on the document for your child’s class. You will need to open the document using Microsoft Word.
High Frequency Words  This document has some great practical ideas for learning these words. You do not need to always write these words down to learn them! Make it as practical and fun as possible. You will need to open the document using Microsoft Word.