This year Reception will be taught by Mrs Elliott & Mrs Subritzky.
Mrs Elliott will teach Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday and Mrs Subritzky will teach every Thursday. In addition, we will have Mrs Midgley working with us as our Teaching Assistant every day. We will also have support during the week from both Mrs Downing and Mrs Cathcart, Teaching Assistants.
If you feel there is something you would like to discuss with us (that is not urgent), please make an appointment or email us. Please remember that while we endeavour to check our e-mail on a daily basis, this may not always be possible, so please be patient if a response is required – we will deal with it. For issues requiring urgent attention please contact the school office.
- Tracey Elliott (EYFS Leader & Class Teacher) Tracey.Elliott@dunnington.yorkschools.net
- Edwina Subritzky (Class Teacher & SENDCo) Edwina.Subritzky@dunnington.yorkschools.net
Curriculum Overview 2023 – 24
For an overview of our learning in each area throughout the year, please see the Curriculum Overview below.
Our Learning – Autumn Term 2023
The over-arching theme for Autumn is ‘I wonder what is special’. Whilst we follow a long term plan, we are led by the children’s interests where possible and so topics are always subject to change.
We started the year looking at ‘All About Me’, thinking about our ‘unique’ selves and our feelings, including lots of work on Zones of Regulation; and we then moved on to look at families and friends. This allowed the children to get to know one another and share their thoughts and feelings on a topic that they could discuss more easily.
In Autumn 2, we are looking at ‘Celebrations’. We will begin by looking at Diwali and Bonfire Night and will also look at Remembrance Day and Christmas celebrations during the half term. We will also continue to think about families, friends and our own ‘superheroes’, including people who help us. With our Christmas performance as well, it is sure to be another busy half term!
The Autumn plans are shown in more detail in the overviews below.