Burpham Primary School

Burpham Lane, Guildford, Surrey, GU4 7LZ

office@burpham.surrey.sch.uk

01483 572510

Welcome to Reception

Wrens and Puffins

Learning in Early Years looks different each and everyday. Check in often for updates on things we have been doing!

If you need to contact us with any queries about your child, please use the email address eyfs@burpham.surrey.sch.uk

Thank you :)

 

Mrs Booth  

Wrens' Class Teacher 
paula.booth@burpham.surrey.sch.uk

 

 Mrs Franklin 

Puffins' Class Teacher & EYFS Lead
rfranklin@burpham.surrey.sch.uk



Mrs Taylor

Puffins' Class Teacher

etaylor@burpham.surrey.sch.uk

 

 

 

Mr Buttery

LSA

Mrs Coultman-

Stroud

LSA

Mrs Grant

LSA

 

Mrs Hughes

LSA

 

Mrs Jung

LSA

Mrs Wickwar

LSA

Mrs St George 

LSA   

 

Wrens and Puffins news

Wrens and Puffins have been busy learning about 'Knights, dragons and castles!' We have enjoyed finding out about dragon school through sharing the story of 'Zog' by Julia Donaldson, designing and making our own shields and even creating our own potions!

We have had lots of fun taking part in our Wild West drama workshop led by Perform. We followed the instructions, remembered the moves and successfully found the 'horse with the golden mane!'

Click below to view our Summer term newsletter, Curriculum overview and 'Reception meeting to parents' PowerPoint.

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 Curriculum plan REC Summer 24.pdfDownload
 NEWSLETTER Summer Rec 24.pubDownload
 Parent presentation EYFS Sept.pptxDownload
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We had a really lovely time at our first reading café! We loved choosing and sharing books with our adults whilst eating the delicious biscuits and healthy snacks on offer too!

Phonics in Reception

Here at Burpham, we follow the 'Essential Letters and Sounds programme' for our daily phonics lessons.

Please use the resources below to see how you can support your child at home with their phonics at home.

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 els-sounds-mat.pdfDownload
 Grapheme-Sheet-Phase-2.pdfDownload
 Grapheme-Sheet-Phase-3.pdfDownload
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Please click on the presentation below to see a parent's guide to ELS phonics at Burpham (shared at the coffee morning 15/9/2023)

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Home Learning

Please use the flash cards we have sent home to consolidate sounds taught and the Harder to Read and Spell words

Read books/stories daily and have conversations about the books you've shared

Play games together - practise turn taking, recognising numbers on a dice, counting the spaces and following the rules of the game

Bake or cook something - follow instructions, measure, count, explore the reactions, taste and discuss likes and dislikes

Educational apps that make learning fun

 -Teach your monster to read

 - Phonics Play

 - Cbeebies explore

 - Reading eggs

 - Voice recorder (read a sentence to the app and listen to it back in a silly voice!)

- Numberblocks

CEOP website supporting online safety through an interactive game

The new interactive website encourages 4-7s to engage safely online by helping them to recognise worrying, upsetting or scary situations and reinforcing the key message that they should ‘Tell A Grown Up’ in these instances.

The website is divided into sections for 4-5 and 6-7 year olds and features relevant and age-appropriate games for the chosen age bracket. Each game focuses on one of four topics:

  • watching videos
  • chatting online
  • sharing pictures
  • gaming online
The Jessie & Friends episodes are also available to watch on the new website to enhance understanding.
Take a look at the new website

Top Reads for EYFS!

Stuck for a good read? Click on the link below to search out some great texts!

https://www.booksfortopics.com/booklists/recommended-reads/reception/

In the event of school closure: 

On rare occasions, it may be necessary to close the school. This may be due to adverse weather conditions or perhaps when essential school services cannot be provided –e.g. heating, plumbing or water.  

Please refer to the School’s Bad Weather Policy on our website for information regarding how we communicate a school closure. 

Class teachers will then initiate home school learning activities, and these will be available to children by 10am of the same morning.