Nursery and Reception



Acorn and Conker Classes

Teacher: Miss Hazelhurst / Mrs Ruffle

UQT: Miss Lees

HLTA: Mrs Lucy Scriven

Teaching Assistants: Mrs Beach / Mrs Long



Blossom Class

Teacher: Mrs Winter

Teaching Assistant: Miss Hall


Holly Class

Teacher: Mrs Kingsley

HLTA: Miss Hayward-Barnes

Teaching Assistant: Miss Lucas


Willow Class

Teacher: Miss Lovely

HLTA: Mrs Smith

Year Group / Class Teacher Teaching Assistants
Acorn/Conker Miss Hazelhurst / Mrs Ruffle / Miss Lees (UQT) Mrs Scriven (HLTA), Mrs Beach and Mrs Long
Blossom Mrs Winter Miss Hall
Holly Mrs Kingsley Mrs Lucas, Miss Hayward-Barnes (HLTA)
Willow Miss Lovely Mrs Smith (HLTA)

Early Years Foundation Stage (Nursery and Reception Classes) Learning Narrative – Summer Term 2020

Due to the Coronavirus and the Government’s advice for everyone to stay at home, we are currently adapting our curriculum to support pupils and their home learning. Please visit our Home Learning page, in our Curriculum section, for links to work set by your child’s teacher, together with additional learning links which your child may find useful. We wish to assure you that our staff are working hard to ensure that all children reach their full potential during these difficult times.

At White Meadows Primary we use the Read Write Inc. phonics programme across both Key Stages up to Year 3. This phonics scheme provides a systematic approach to literacy, both reading and writing, which is fun and engaging. This is supplemented with the use of phonetically decodable books from Oxford Reading Tree and the Phonic Bug schemes, along with a range of other texts. Further details on how you can support your child can be found on the Read Write Inc. website.
In addition to the above programme, we also use the Big Write and Big Maths schemes and Little Big Maths in Foundation Stage.

Parents are welcome to approach class teachers to find out more about the curriculum at White Meadows. The following links give more details of the Early Years and National Curriculum.

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