Welcome to Foundation Stage!
Here you will find information about the themes we are teaching, curriculum and other important information.
Please visit regularly to see what we have been doing in class.
You can also see what we have been doing in class by following our twitter page:
Meet the Foundation Stage Team!
Miss Pomfret Mrs James Mrs Atkinson
Foundation 2 Teacher Foundation 1 Teacher Foundation 1 Teacher
Miss Giles Mrs Newton Miss Cummiskey
Teaching Assistant Teaching Assistant Teaching Assistant
Latest News & Dates
Monday 24th February - School re-opens @ 8:50am
Monday 24th February & Tuesday 25th February - Life Education Caravan is visiting school
Thursday 5th March - Reception children will be performing for the Princess & The Pea @ the Lighthouse Church @ 9am
Thursday 5th March - Parents of Reception children are invited into school to watch the Princess and the Pea @ 2:30pm
Friday 6th March - Northern Ballet visiting school for a workshop
Monday 9th March - Reception Vision Screening
Wednesday 10th March - Police workshop visit
Thursday 9th April - School closes for Easter @ 1:30pm
Monday 20th April - School re-opens for Summer Term @ 8:50am
Tapestry - Tapestry is our online learning journey and you can find more information about this under our 'Tapestry' icon. If you are new to Holy Rosary, we will be setting up your account during the first week and you will receive log in information. If you are having and problems with Tapestry please speak to Miss Pomfret.
Children must have their book bag in school on their reading day, as they will have the opportunity to read with an adult. Occasionally reading days may be changed, and this will be placed on the Foundation Stage notice board. If you cannot remember your child's reading day, please speak to Miss Pomfret or alternatively book bags can be brought to school each day.
We also ask that to build fluency and improve sound recognition, that children read their book 3 times at home before it is changed at school.
We also have our special 'Reach for the Stars' challenge where children will move up the chart if they read once a week. Once they have reached the stars at the top then they will have a raffle ticket entered into the draw, where they can win a prize at the end of each half term.