Parents Information and Phonics Session Oct 2014

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Bailey’s Court Primary School
Reception
Information
Evening
October 6th, 2014
What did you do at school today?
Nothing.
I can’t
remember.
Actually we do lots at school! Hopefully
this meeting will explain some of what we
do and what you can do to help your
child’s learning.
Timetable
8.509.10
9.10 9.30
9.3010.10
Literacy
Learning
Group
Literacy
Task
+
SIL
10.10
10.25
10.25
-10.40
Sticky
News
and Milk
10.4010.55
10.5511.10
11.1012.00
Numeracy
Learning
Group
Numeracy
Task
+
SIL
12.001.15
1.15- 2.30
2.302.50
2.50- 3.30
Monday
Kids
Topic Learning
Nut Brown Hair+
special bag
+ SIL
Story
Assembly
Bible
Stories
and Milk
Numeracy
Learning
Group
Numeracy
Task
+
SIL
SEAL
Topic Learning
+ SIL
PPA and Enrichment
Break Time
Wake
and
shake
Group
Numeracy
Task
+
SIL
Lunch Time
Group
Literacy
Task
+
SIL
Numeracy
Learning
Class Book
Literacy
Learning
Group
Literacy
Task
+
SIL
Break Time
Wednesday
Bell time activities
Literacy
Learning
Milk time
and Circle Time
Tuesday
PPA
Enrichment
Group
Literacy
Task
+
SIL
Assembly
Literacy
Learning
Milk time ,
Questions and
Special bag
Thursday
Games
Singing/
music
Milk
Numeracy
Learning
Group
Numeracy
Task
+
SIL
Topic Learning
Spanish
+ SIL
Friday
Literacy
Learning
Group
Literacy
Task
+
SIL
PE
Numeracy
Learning
Grouped
Numeracy
Task
+
SIL
Assembly
Assessing in the EYFS
Strategies for teaching
Letters and Sounds
• Multi-sensory approach
• ICT
• Jolly Phonics and Jolly Songs
• Small group work weekly
Sounds, Blending and Segmenting
• Each sound needs to be taught carefully…
• We sometimes use robot arms to help the
children to hear the individual sounds that are
in words
Handwriting
‘Frog on a log’
or
‘Snappy fingers’
Bailey Bird word lists
• A word that cannot be
sounded out is known as a
‘tricky word’.
• The Letters and Sounds
document provides lists of
words that the children
should be able to read and
spell at various stages of
their development.
• Children’s ability to read and
spell these words is assessed
regularly at school.
• Words that children still
need to learn are sent home
on a Bailey Bird in their
communication books to
practise at home.
Reading
• Children will be given 2 books
which are changed weekly.
• We use a variety of reading schemes but
particularly Oxford Reading Tree in the early
stages of reading.
• Reading levels - Children will regularly read
with the teacher and other adults in school.
Judgements about moving up the scale are
made on comprehension and fluency.
• Reading Record Books are for home and for
school use.
Supporting your child’s Literacy
learning at home
• Encourage a love of reading by
sharing books regularly with your
child.
• Help your child to learn the words that are
sent home on their Bailey Bird sheets.
• Remember to use the correct pronunciation of
sounds and use ‘robot arms’ to help blending.
• Point out sounds and words in the
environment.
Strategies for teaching
Numeracy
• Practical and multi-sensory approach
• Counting Songs
• ICT
• Small group work weekly
Supporting your child’s Numeracy
learning at home
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Play games
Dot to dot books
Sing songs
Bake!
Make a shop at home
Point out numbers and shapes in the local
environment
Wow Slips
WOW!
PE kit reminder
P.E.
Red or white t-shirt
Navy blue or black
shorts
Tracksuit bottoms
Daps
Other Useful Information
• Stay and Play/Open afternoons
• Volunteers
• Website - www.baileyscourt.com
Phase 2
s – sit
a – ant
t – tap
p – pan
i - ink
n - nip
m - mat
d - duck
g - goat
o – on
c - cap
k - king
ck - duck
e - egg
u - up
r - rag
h - hand
b - bat
f - fit
ff - huff
l – lip
ll – full
ss - hiss
Phase 3
j – jelly
v- van
w – wind
x – x-ray
y – yes
z – zip
zz – buzz
qu – queen
ch - chip
sh - shop
th – thin
th - then
ng - ring
ai - rain
ee - feet
igh - night
oa - boat
oo - look
oo - boot
ar - farm
or – for
ur – hurt
ow – cow
oi – coin
ear – dear
air – fair
ure – sure
er - corner
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