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St Peter and St Paul's

St Peter and St Paul Catholic Primary Academy

Welcome to Acorn Class

Mrs Sanford is our teacher. Mrs Jhass, Mr Alexander and Miss Wheeler support us with our learning.

   

Extended learning is available on our class page on a Monday.  You will find activities to carry out at home, linking to the learning in class. This may take the form of worksheets or online games. The children will not be expected to return this work. 

The 'EYFS Home Learning Blog' will be used if a member of the class is isolating due to Covid-19.

Early Adopter of the new EYFS Framework

St Peter and St Paul Catholic Primary Academy will be an early adopter of the new Early Years Foundation Stage Framework.  The Early Years Class and the Nursery will both be following the revised framework.  This version of the EYFS framework has been produced for schools participating in the Early Years Foundation Stage Reforms Early Adopter Year in academic year 2020/2021.

We are very excited to have this opportunity to explore the early adopter framework.  There are seven areas of learning and development that must shape educational programmes in early years settings.  All areas of learning and development are important and inter-connected.  There are three prime areas and four specific areas.

The Prime areas are:

*Communication and Language

*Physical Development

*Personal, Social and Emotional Development

The Specific areas are:

*Literacy

*Mathematics

*Understanding the World

*Expressive Arts and Design

These areas are further explained in the document below 'EYFS Educational Programmes'. If you have any questions relating to the early adopter framework, please do not hesitate to contact Mrs Sanford by emailing the admin team.

Acorn Class Photos

 

Online safety and Bullying

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Child Exploitation and online Protection Command

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