Class Information

Hello and welcome to Willow Class.
 
We are the Reception Class at Stannington First School.
 
Miss Crispin is the class teacher. Mrs Brown, Mrs H and Mrs B work with us throughout the week too. On Monday and Friday afternoons we join up with Nursery. Mrs Tate joins us on a Thursday morning. 
 
 
 
School 360 
 
Learning Journals 

Your child's EYFS learning journal is available for you to see via School 360. If you click on the picture of the brown book with a camera on, you will be taken to the journal. Observations will be added when we capture your child demonstrating a particular skill required of the EYFS curriculum. Please remember that content and photographs from the journals must not be shared on social media. You can add your own observations to School 360 of all the amazing things your child does at home too. 
 
Reflections
 
If you click on the bird icon you can see 'reflections' of the things we have been doing in class. It is usually a photo and a short description. I usually add a couple of these a week. 
 
You can also view the reward points your child has got on School 360 as well as dress up the avatar character. 
 
Remember your child's log in is stuck in their home-school book (somewhere near the front!)
Weekly timetable
 
Day
 What is happening?
 Monday
 
Forest School all afternoon with
Mrs Davis and Nursery
 Tuesday  
 Wednesday  PE
 Thursday  
 Friday
Join with Nursery in the afternoon
 
 
Please ensure that your child has their PE kit and Forest School kit in school at all times. Also please ensure that they bring their reading books and home-school book to school daily. We will be outside in all weathers so please ensure your child has appropriate clothing with them (e.g. hats, gloves, sun hats).
 
 
Your child will read with an adult once a week. This may be in a group. We will change your child's reading book once a week too. It is really important that you read as much as possible with your child at home. I will send home the phonic sounds we have covered so your child can practise them. When they are confident with the phoneme, you could try using it in CVC words that your child could write or spell.