Welcome to our Early Years Foundation Stage/Reception Page
Meet the team:
Providing the very best education and care are:
- Miss O'Gara, EYFS manager
- Miss Carmichael, EYFS Teacher
- Mrs Finlayson, EYFS teacher (part time)
- Mrs Carter, EYFS Teaching Assistant
- Mrs Flanagan, EYFS Teaching Assistant
- Miss Tearne, EYFS Teaching Assistant
You can contact us via this email address: firstname.lastname@example.org We aim to respond to any messages within 24 hours. If you require support or a more urgent response, please call the school office of 0151 9221467. Your enquiry or request will then be forwarded to the member of staff who can provide you with the best level of support, at the earliest possible time.
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Giving your child the very best start to school life:
The Reception year marks most children’s very first step into formal schooling. This can be an exciting and nerve-wracking time for children and parents alike! Your child will start learning through play. They will be busy exploring, discovering, and listening to stories. They will be getting used to the school environment and learning to concentrate and listen to their teacher. We are here to support you and your child every step of the way and have posted some useful information below. The information is designed to give your child the very best start to school life. If we can be of any further support, do not hesitate to get in touch.
Key EYFS Documentation:
Remote & Blended Learning
What should I do if I see something upsetting online?
Stop – If you see something you don’t like, then don’t click on it. If something appears during a video
you are watching, close it.
Think – Remember, you are safe. Don't answer any messages that are upsetting. Only kind and sensible things should be shared online.
Share – TELL a trusted adult as soon as you can so that they can block and report.
For further information visit our Bedford Staying Safe pages
THINK U KNOW 'Jessie and Friends'
For further information visit our Bedford Staying Safe page: