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Horizon Academy Trust is an exempt charity regulated by the Secretary of State for Education.

company number 08411590

registered office is C/O Biggin Hill Primary School, Biggin Avenue, Bransholme, Hull, United Kingdom HU7 4RL.

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Gillshill Primary

Foundation Stage

We follow the EYFS framework covering seven areas of learning and working towards the Early Learning Goals.

FS1 Nursery line up and exit from the Nursery Outdoor Area.

 

Our times are:

8:30am - 11:30 Morning session

12noon - 3pm Afternoon session

Children attending for a full day bring a packed lunch to eat in the Nursery.

Regular focus activities:

Phonics

Maths

Mark-making

PSHRE

Language Development

Finger Fun

 

PE is on Tuesday

See Tapestry for more information

We follow half termly themes based on stories.

Alongside teacher-led activities, we follow the children's interests durinf Continuous Provision, where the children play, have fun, learn and challenge themselves.

FS2 bring only these things to school: 

Water bottle for the classroom.

Spare clothes.

Sandhsoes to leave in the Nursery.

 

Use the links at the bottom of the webpage to get more information about our curriculum.

 

FS2 RCL & RVG line up and exit from the yellow gate outside our FS2 unit.

 

Our times are:

8:45am - start lessons

11:45 - lunch

3:00pm - home

Weekly diary:

Monday - 'News' writing.

Tuesday - PE - we come to school in our PE kit.

Wednesday - PSHRE/Jigsaw.

Thursday - Ask It

Friday - Homework.

Every day we do teacher-led activities including Phonics, Maths, Guided Writing, Handwriting and Finger Fun.We follow the children's interests during Continuous Provision, where the children play, have fun, learn and challenge themselves.

FS2 bring only these things to school: 

Book bag with reading book and reading record inside.

Water bottle for the classroom.

PE kits and sandshoes stay in school. 

 

Use the links at the bottom of the webpage to get more information about our curriculum.

The seven areas of learning are:

  • Communication and language
  • personal, social and emotional development
  • literacy
  • mathematics
  • understanding the world
  • expressive arts and design

We follow Read, Write Inc. for the teaching of phonics on a daily basis, and use the Read, Write Inc. reading books to ensure they are matched to the children's phonics knowledge. Learning is delivered in an active play based curriculum, where all children are taught according to their needs.

Letters

2020_2021 Supervision Ratios.pdfFS1 Curriculum Letter Summer 2021FS1 Curriculum Overview Summer 2021