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Burnley St Peter's

C of E Primary School

Key Information

EYFS Visual Screening

On Thursday 7th January 2021 the children in Red Class will be having their Visual Screening by the NHS. This is an OPT-OUT screening, letters have been sent home with every child on 23rd November 2020 if you wish to do so. 

Please see the document below for more information about the Visual Screening. 

EYFS Risk Assessments

Key Person

Your child has been allocated a key person. This adult will be your main contact within school as well as the person who will keep you up to date with their progress.

We operate an open door policy and we are happy to speak to any parents that wish to speak to us. This is better after school, but if it is something that may affect your child during the school day, then we will be happy to listen in the mornings.

Uniform Reminder

Children are expected to wear: 

  • Yellow Polo Shirt
  • Blue Jumper or Cardigan (Preferably with The School Logo)
  • Black Skirt or Trousers
  • Black Shoes (Please No Trainers) 
  • Yellow or Blue Gingham Summer Dresses

 

For PE it is an expectation that children are in full PE kit for PE lessons:

  • White T-shirt
  • Black Shorts
  • Velcro Pumps

For PE lessons children must not be wearing earrings. 

 

All our school uniform with the school logo on can be purchased at Moonline on Standish Street, Burnley.

 

Please make sure all Uniform and PE Kit are very clearly labelled with your child's full first name or initials.

Read Write Inc.

In Reception and KS1 we follow the RWI scheme for teaching Phonics, Reading and Writing. When the children start in Reception full time we will begin teaching the Set 1 Sounds, learning one new sound a day. 

 

Please use the link below to support your child with pure reading of phonics sounds.  

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s6OiU2h3sUI 

Online Safety

This is a helpful article explaining how to keep your child safe online. Please have a read.

https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents/articles/keeping-your-under-five-safe-online/

 

Also, 'childnet' have released some resources for online safety activities that can be done at home. 

https://www.childnet.com/resources/online-safety-activities-you-can-do-from-home/for-3-7-year-olds-

What to Expect, When?

This is a parent’s guide to the EYFS to help parents and carers find out more about how your child is learning and developing during their first five years, in relation to the EYFS.

 

We have two copies in school to loan out. If you would like to borrow this guide for a week and have a read at home, please speak to a member of the EYFS team. 

 

Click here to go to the guide.

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