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St Cuby

Welcome to Cuby class!
Our EYFS team are Mrs Denning, Mrs Hayes and Mrs Rimmer.
In the Foundation Stage we follow the Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum. We cater for both Nursery and Reception children, taking children from their 3rd birthday all the way through to the end of their Reception Year. It is a happy, vibrant room where children can access learning at all levels and develop independence and social skills in a supportive and happy environment. Children are taught to read and write through the systematic phonics program 'Read, Write, Inc'.
Spring Term 2019- First Half
Perfect Pets
Autumn Term- 2nd Half
Let's Celebrate!
Autumn Term 2018 (1st Half)
'All About Me!'
Spring Term 2017
"How much do we know about space?"
12th February 2018                                          SHOW AND TELL
This half term ‘Show and Tell’ will continue to take place on a Friday afternoon but with more of a focus. Our Space topic will continue until Easter, so please encourage your child to bring in something related to this. It might be a book, something they have created, somewhere they have visited, some pictures from the internet etc. Speaking and listening is a prime area of the Early Year’s Curriculum so this will be a great opportunity for the children to ask and answer purposeful questions
Autumn Term 2017
"If you go down to the woods today, what do you think you might find?"
On Monday 25th September 2017, St Cuby Class went to visit Ladock wood. We had great fun exploring, identifying leaves, collecting signs of Autumn, den building and having a teddy bear's picnic!
We visited Tesco to find out about the jobs that they do.
We visited a farm to see what Farmers do.

Spring Term:
When I Grow Up I Want To Be .....?

Spring Term 2017


This term our focus will be ‘jobs’. With the question of-

When I grow I would like to be…..?

We will be looking at lots of different jobs, going on trips and having lots of visitors.

We will start the topic with the children dressing up as what they would like to be when they grow up.

Tuesday 3rd January- Could your child please come to school on the first day of term dressed as who they would like to be when they grow up.


On Tuesday 10th January, we will be visiting a local farm, to look at the different jobs that a farmer has to do. I will be sending out a letter with more information about this day, but if anyone is free to help from 9-12 on this day please let myself or Mrs Rimmer know.

If anyone would like to come in and talk to the children about the job that they do, that would be great!

If you have any other questions or worries, please don’t hesitate to come and ask me at the end of the school day.

Autumn Term 2016

Our topic this half term is ‘All About Me and Who am I’

Through this we will start by exploring why every child is special and each one has his or her own particular skills, fascinations and potential. Throughout this topic each child will have the opportunity to express their individuality, explore their identity, develop their talents and understand their place in both their immediate and the wider world.

Key questions that we will think about are:

  • Who am I?

  • What am I like?

  • What am I good at?

  • What is special about me?

  • Where do I live?


As always, if you have any area of expertise which you would like to share with the class, or any resources that could be used as part of our learning, we would be grateful for these!

We have PE on Thursday afternoons with Mr Jarvis. However, please leave your child’s PE kit in school, so they can access this part of the curriculum when needed. At this age it is essential that children practise the tricky task of getting changed!

Please continue to support your child daily, by hearing them read (and writing comments in their reading records) and helping them with phonics and number work. There will continue to be weekly reading and phonics homework set for Reception children.