01772 743531


Martinfield Road, Penwortham, Preston, PR1 9HJ

Foundation Stage

Class Teacher

Miss Ward

Support Assistant

Ms Croskell

Hello and welcome to the Reception class page. Here you will find information about our curriculum and general information.

Our P.E day is Monday where your child should come to school already dressed in their P.E kit. This is explained further on the Covid-19 risk assessment. Our other P.E session will focus mainly on wellbeing and mental health, including yoga. This will take place in the classroom and will not require a P.E kit. 

Reading books will only be changed each Thursday during this time so they can be 'quarantined' over the weekend ready to go to another household. The children will have a library session on a Monday and will have a library book that will be kept in school and the children will be able to access them during continuous provision and break times.  

Finally, it would be great if you could visit our Class Blog on Seesaw to see some of our fabulous writing and lots of other fabulous learning! 

Please find below the knowledge organiser for Autumn 1 2021  Year A 'Past Penwortham'.



Year A

 Autumn 1 Past Penwortham.pdfDownload
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Year B

 Autumn 1 About Ourselves.pubDownload
 Autumn 1 Past Penwortham.pdfDownload
 Autumn 2 To infinity and beyond.pdfDownload
 Spring 1 Avengers Assemble KO.pdfDownload
 Spring 2 In The Garden.pdfDownload
 Summer 1 Jurassic World.pubDownload
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Here are our exciting topics for the rest of the year. 

We have so much to look forward to!

Curriculum Overview

 EYFS Topic LTP Cycle A.docxDownload
 EYFS Topic LTP Cycle B.docxDownload
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Check our our Blogs

Click the link below to see what Reception class have been learning.

Reception 2021-22


Click the link below to see what Reception class have been learning.

Here are some fun and useful learning websites to help your child at home.





Ditty Sheets

Here is the set of red books from the Read Write Inc programme.  These are the first set all in one place to practise.



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