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Brockenhurst C of E Primary School

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Year R

Early Years at Brockenhurst C of E Primary School

We welcome our Early Years children into school and aim to make the transition from home to school as smooth as possible for both children and parents. The influence of the home as the earliest learning place cannot be underestimated, as each child is unique with different aptitudes and interests. In order for parents to share their views of their child's experiences and strengths we like to arrange a home visit for the class teacher to meet the children in the security of their own home.

We also have a good liaison with local playgroups, which we visit, to meet the children prior to them starting school. Children are also invited to make a visit with their pre-school leaders.

Before they start school, children have learned a great deal with their parents. They use all their senses to learn about the world around them and the people in it. At our school, we continue this pattern of learning by giving children opportunities to explore and investigate their surroundings. By taking part in carefully planned play experiences, we enable them to develop skills and cooperate with others, whilst exploring the outside world.

Click on the link below to view the powerpoint presented at the Induction Meeting

Presentation at Induction Meeting

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    Published 12/10/18, by Emma Harper

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    Published 05/10/18, by Emma Harper

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    Published 28/09/18, by Emma Harper

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    Published 21/09/18, by Emma Lever
    We have had a brilliant start to the term in Badgers. The children have settled in so well, it seems as though they have been part of the school forever! Now they know how to self-register and put away their things, choose an activity, use the bathro
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