New Starters 2022
Reception Starters 2022
Welcome to all of the families starting with us in September 2022. Your child starting school is a huge step for them and yourselves as parents, so we want to make this transition as easy and seamless as possible.
On this page I, Miss Franklin the Reception Class Teacher and EYFS Leader, will be adding documents, websites and information you need to know before your child starts with us in September 2022.
Have a good look through the documents and information. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact myself or the leadership team either by phoning the school on 01282 426873 or by emailing me at email@example.com and we shall endeavour to answer your questions as promptly as possible.
I will update this page as regularly as I can with further information about arrangements for September and further transition information. I look forward to speaking with you all soon and welcoming your children to our school in September.
New Intake 2022-2023
Below are the links to everything EYFS at St Peter's, including curriculum information and policies. The link to the current Red Class page is there for you to have a look and get a flavour of what your child will experience during their EYFS year. Also, the link to Reggie and Simba's page with weekly updates so your child can get to know them before they start with us in September - they're very cute!
EYFS Core Documents
Some Useful Documents & Videos From Our School Nurse
Some Useful Documents & Websites From Lancashire County Council
These LCC website's have some useful information on school readiness:
Supporting your child
Below are some really useful documents and websites for you to have a look at before your child starts at school, and also during their Reception Year.
Hungry Little Minds
Hungry Little Minds was launched by the DFE to support you in helping your child's early learning and help setting them up for school.
The National Literacy Trust have set up Small Talk to support language development for children under the age of 5 years old, supporting you with the skills and confidence to chat, play and read with your child every day.
Tiny Happy People
This BBC resource helps you to develop your child's communication skills with simple activities and play ideas.
'What to Expect When'
The document below provides support to further understanding your child's development and the curriculum they are learning through in their reception year.