St Mark's Rc Primary School

We believe that all people matter

Welcome to St Mark's RC Early Years

Here you will find information regarding our Early Years unit.

"St Mark's Early Years staff are a fantastic group of teachers. I have and continue to be impressed with the level of care and commitment they show the children. Joseph loves coming to school, he comes home every day having learned something new and is happy to talk to me about his new learnings and experiences. As a parent you hope that all the love and effort you put into your child is matched and reinforced during their time at school and it is evident that this is of paramount importance to the staff, alongside educational needs.

Thank you!"

Miss C Bland

New Behaviour Scheme Newsletter

New Home School Agreement

Summer 2 Newsletters

Nursery

Reception

Lunch Costs for Nursery

Summer 2

£55.10 Payable by ParentPay

RE: 

This half term our RE theme is: The Church

“the  Children will learn all about the people who work and volunteer to make the church a happy

 and  enjoyable place to worship. 

Staff

Reception

Mrs Mann- Class Teacher, EY Coordinator

Mrs Wrigley- High Level Learning Assistant and ELKAN Trained.

Miss Doughty- Learning Assistant

Miss Young- Early Years Apprentice

Nursery

Miss Cassidy- Class Teacher.

Miss Rothwell- Learning Assistant.

Mrs McClafferty- Learning Assistant.

Library Days

The school library is open after school Tuesday to Friday for all classes and:

Nursery- Monday dinnertime

Reception- Tuesday dinnertime 

Click here to see the end of year expectations for Reception. 

What to Expect, When Document 

ECAT Top Tips for Talking

Our EYFS Unit is involved in a programme  called Every Child a Talker (ECAT), helping us to develop the communication skills of all the children in our setting.  Part of this programme is a set of Top Tips for Talking which we feel you may find useful, all these tips are used by our staff.

Click here to view these tips.

 

Here are some links to some useful websites that you can visit for more information on your child's communication development, please have a look! 

Click here to watch sound pronunciation video

www.oxfordowl.co.uk

www.phonicsplay.co.uk

www.salford.gov.uk/libraries

www.letters-and-sounds.com

www.lovereading4kids.co.uk

www.ictgames.com

www.wordsforlife.org.uk

www.teachhandwriting.co.uk -

"Teaching handwriting is more than just getting your child to practise writing the alphabet.  Whether your child is just starting handwriting, or they are having handwriting difficulties, the site is full of tips and ideas to help improve your child’s handwriting."