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Kingsnorth Church Of England Primary School

The best days of our lives… {{With Faith, Endeavour to Achieve}}

Welcome to Year R

Bees (RP)

Miss Pryke and Mrs McGlone

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Butterflies (RG)

Miss Gore and Mrs Potts

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Can you believe we are in the final term of the year? We hope you had a lovely break and ready for the last term.

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Dates for your diary:

Class Swap - every Monday afternoon from 4th June - 9th July

Father's Day Events - Monday 11th and Tuesday 12th June

Year R School Trip RP - Friday 8th June. RG - 15th June.

Class Assemblies: RP - 14th June. RG - 5th July.

Summer Fete - Sunday 24th June.

Sports Day - Thursday 28th June.



This term we have two mini topics; the first is 'What's down the bottom of the garden' and 'What happens in the deep blue sea.' Each week we will be focusing on a book to help us with our learning.



  • The Very Hungry Caterpillar.
  • Jasper's Beanstalk and Oliver's Vegetables.
  • The Tiny Seed and Titch.
  • Tadpole's Promise and The Very Greedy Bee.
  • The pirates next door, A new home for a pirate, The night pirates and My granny is a pirate.
  • The Rainbow Fish and Tiddler.
  • The Lighthouse Keeper's Lunch.


We are incredibly proud of the progress your children have made with their phonics. Please continue to practise these sounds at home. The children will continue to consolidate the sounds they have learnt so far as well as read and write simple sentences. Please encourage your child to use these sounds when they are writing.

Below is a list of the Set 1 and 2 sounds, as well as the phrases. 


                              SET 1                                                             SET 2






Maisy, mountain, mountain.


 May I play?


Round the apple, down the leaf.


 What can you see?


Slide down the snake.


 Fly high.


Round the dinosaur’s bottom, up his tall neck and down to his feet.


 Blow the snow.


Down the tower, across the tower.


 Poo at the zoo.


Down the insect’s body, dot for the head.


 Look at a book.


Down Nobby, over his net.


 Start the car.


Down the plait, up and over the Pirate’s face.


 Shut the door.


Round the girl’s face, down her hair and give her a curl.


 That's not fair.


All around the orange.


 Whirl and twirl.


Curl around the caterpillar.


 Shout it out.


Down the kangaroo’s body, tail and leg.


 Toy for a boy.


Down and under the umbrella, up to the top and down to the puddle.




Down the laces to the heel and over the toe.




Down the flower, draw the stem.




Cut off the top, scoop out the egg.




Down the long leg.




Down the horses head to the hooves and over its back.




Slither down the snake, down the horses head to the hooves and over his back.




Down his body, then up and curl.




Down his body, curl and dot.




Down the wing, up the wing.




Down the horn, up a horn and over the yak’s head.




Down up, down up the worm.




Down the tower across the tower and then down the horses head to the hooves and over its back.








Curl around the caterpillar, down the horses head to the hooves and over its back.




Round the queen’s head, up to her crown and down her hair and curl.




Down the arm and leg, repeat on the over side.




Thing on a string.




I think I stink.



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This term we will be recapping everything we have learnt throughout the year as well as helping to prepare them for Year 1.

We will be focusing on addition and subtraction and looking at number bonds (pairs of numbers that make a total). We will be using a number line to count on and count back. We will also be looking at money and place value, direction  using Beebots and solving problems.

Here are some links to help support your child at home.

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 Please check back throughout the term as will be uploading images to show you all the learning we have done this term.


Please feel free to contact us if needed to discuss any concerns or worries either: write a note in your child's reading record, speak to us on the door or alternatively send us an email.


Cutting ideas:

Please continue to support your child with cutting at home. Cutting skills are very important as they help develop your child's hand muscles which will support them with their writing.

Back to Basics: Cutting and Gluing Kinder StyleWhy are Scissor Skills So Important?!?! FREE printable for parents, teachers and administrators.