Achievement through Happy Learning

EYFS 2021 - 2022

Mr Quirke

Reception teacher

Mrs Roscoe

Nursery teacher

Mrs Farhan

Reception teacher

Mrs Cook

Reception teacher

Welcome to Nursery

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Welcome to Reception: Purple Class and Red Class

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We welcome children into the Hatton Hill School Nursery the term after they turn three. If you would like your child to attend nursery prior to this, the Hatton Hill Childcare Partnership, offers places for children from the age of two. Together we can help children develop and thrive. For more details, please visit: https://firststepsenterprise.co.uk/childcare/hattonhill-litherland-nursery/

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Please find below information about reading for pleasure as well as the year group's photo gallery and calendar. 

 

Reading for Pleasure

At Hatton Hill we place a high priority on encouraging children to read for pleasure. Reading for pleasure (this means reading with free will and for the pure joy of it) will help your child suceed in school and in life. Children who are keen readers don’t only get better at reading and writing, they develop wider vocabulary and broader knowledge about the world. Reading can also make a significant contribution to the wellbeing of every individual. 

Below are some recommended reads and also a short film made by The Open University which is designed to support you in sharing books with your child(ren). Conversationally, enjoyably, and effectively, Book Chat develops children's language, comprehension, and pleasure. Please take the time to watch this clip as it will help you help your child enter the fascinating world of reading!

 

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EYFS: Calendar items

Last day of term, by Mrs James

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