A message for F2 from Miss Whaley
Open the Book Assembly
A message for all our families.....
Welcome to Toll Bar Primary School Foundation Unit.
Home learning activity
Hope you are all well and staying safe -
There are a number of websites offering free access to children during this difficult time - we will be sharing these with you below and regularly updating them over the coming weeks! Please keep checking in!
Due to the current situation, we have compiled a list of online resources to support the learning of children throughout any school closures. These resources can be accessed via passwords supplied to your children or free resources that do not require passwords. Please contact your child’s teacher should you require any support in accessing these resources. Always consider online safety practices when using the internet. See our guidance for this https://tollbar.sites.schooljotter2.com/safer-schools as well as a 'Think U Know'guide for parents document here.
Click here for a direct link to the national daily home learning timetable
(Last updated 12/07/20)
Every day the chef and fitness coach Joe Wicks is hosting a 30 minute daily workout session - this is the perfect way to burn some energy and have fun. Or how about you join us to SPREAD THE HAPPINESS?! Every day Shonette is live at 9.30am for an uplifting dough disco. All videos and more can be revisited at her Youtube channel
if you join in please take a picture and email our class page - will be brilliant to see us all having fun and enjoying our 'home time'
Our favourite learning apps and websites
The teaching staff within the foundation unit this year are:
Nursery: Mrs Cadman (Teacher - Maternity Leave)
Miss Mason (HLTA)
Mrs Jamroz (Teaching Assistant)
Reception: Mrs Parish (Teacher)
Miss Baker (Teaching Assistant)
Mr Lucas (ITT Trainee Teacher)
Class email addresses
Nursery - firstname.lastname@example.org
Foundation - email@example.com
Early Years Foundation Stage
The early years foundation stage (EYFS) sets standards for the learning, development and care of your child from birth to 5 years old.
All schools and Ofsted-registered early years providers must follow the EYFS, including childminders, preschools, nurseries and school reception classes.
- Take a look at the the three prime areas of the EYFS and how this is used to help your child develop (includes some photographs of our children demonstrating these outcomes) - Please click here
- Take a look at the the four specific areas of the EYFS and how this is used to help your child develop (includes some photographs of our children demonstrating these outcomes) - Please click here
Yearly Topic Plan
Please find our yearly topic plan below. Please note, we always ensure we follow the children’s needs and interests therefore these topics are only used as a guide as we allow the children to take charge of their own learning to ensure they are engaged and as interested to learn as possible.
Core Books Nursery
Brown Bear Brown Bear What do You See?
Mr Gumpy’s Outing
The Very Hungry Caterpillar
Goldilocks and the 3 Bears
We’re Going On a Bear Hunt