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Children in for 8.45am-12.30pm days: Monday 7th, Tuesday 8th, Wednesday 9th September

Children in school for their agreed timetables: Thursday 10th September onwards 

Mondays: Return Ask Abouts

Tuesdays: Music with Mr Broad 

Fridays: P.E - children to come dressed in their P.E kits. You will be informed when we start to have P.E lessons. 

Fridays: Recieve new Ask Abouts in book bags 


Contact: egglets@st-marks.e-sussex.sch.uk
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  • We start school at 8.45am and enter from the church gate.
  • For the first day we will have a Darwin the Dragon challenge as we enter to help us focus on our first visit into school! More information will be sent out in an email a week before the start of school as well as a message from Miss Harmer and a video of how we come into school. 
  • Please inform Miss Harmer of your child's 

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Weekly timetable 

by Friday 4th September 

  • Your child will be experiencing a transition period where they become more confident and comfortable in their environment and develop their friendships and adult interactions. 
  • After the transition period we will soon be giving your child a reading book and introducing formal P.E lessons. 
  • You will be asked to joing both Tapestry and Marvellous within Term 1. Tapestry is Egglet class' key connection between classroom and home. Marvellous me in Egglet class is used for mostly reminders and general messages. 

We will be learning about the new routines and structure of our environment, developing new relationships and exploring the magic of me! 



Egglet Class Values 

We have Kind Hands, Heart, and Feet
We look after our school and everyone in it
We challenge ourselves and try
We take care of our classroom
We listen and learn from each other 

Medium Term Plans

The EYFS Profile  which is updated regularly and shows the expected standard and progression of the EYFS. 

Early Years practitioners, have a responsibility to adapt approaches and themes to accommodate the Egglet's current interests and needs. We also try to include seasonal experiences, festivals, local and global celebration e.g. Diwali, Easter, Autumn, Spring, Chinese New Year, Winnie the Pooh day  and these may change slightly depending on the cohort and the year itself.  Please see the ‘Development Matters’ document to see the skills that are assessed and developed in Early Years from birth until 5.  

Early Years Profile and Development Matters

Long Term Planning for Environment

Planning Format for EYFS

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