Teachers: Mrs Franklin and Miss Khan
Teaching Assistants: Mrs Mitson and Mrs Jobling
Weekly homework is given out which consolidates learning taken place in school. Children are given a paper copy of this each Friday and it is due the following Wednesday.
Additional homework may also be added to Google Classroom. All children have been given log in details. Please speak to your child’s teacher or contact school if you have any difficulties logging on.
Click the following link to access Google Classroom: https://classroom.google.com
Monday and Friday
Children are encouraged to come to school wearing outdoor PE kit during the Coronavirus epidemic.
Click on the link below to view the curriculum and topics covered in Reception this academic year.
The Early Years curriculum has changed from September 2021. Here is the new statutory framework:
Children in Reception are encouraged to bring their reading books and Reading Record into school daily. Reading books will be changed once records are ticked and initialed that the book has been read.
Each child has a ‘Teach Your Monster to Read’ log in. This can be accessed for free on a desktop/laptop (or £5 to download the app on a phone/tablet). Children are encouraged to access this for 20 minutes daily via the following link.
At Oxbridge our pupils are taught phonic and reading skills using Jolly Phonics. Staff teach the 5 skills from the Jolly Phonics Programme and this is delivered in an engaging and multi-sensory way. All staff are encouraged to teach in a creative way, but ensure that each lesson gives children opportunities to review previous learning, be taught a new sound, practise and apply. Please review the English section of the website to review the progression for teaching phonics English | Oxbridge Lane
National Assessments: Reception Baseline Assessment
The Reception Baseline Assessment became a statutory assessment from September 2020.
The purpose of the reception baseline assessment is to provide an on-entry assessment of pupil attainment to be used as a starting point from which a cohort-level progress measure to the end of key stage 2 (KS2) can be created.
Here is the Assessment Framework: Assessment framework Reception Baseline Assessment (publishing.service.gov.uk).
National Assessments: Teacher Assessments
Throughout the year staff assess children’s progress on a daily basis and more formally each half term.