Fittleworth C. E. Village School

Fittleworth C. E. Village School


Beech Class

Welcome to Beech Class.


Teachers in Beech Class are

  Mrs McNally Monday and Tuesday


 Mrs McKee Wednesday, Thursday and Friday

The Teaching Assistant is

 Mrs Organ Monday-Friday


Autumn Term 2020

Wk beg. Monday 21st September

We are very much looking forward to having all the members of Beech Class in school from this week. The children have all settled beautifully over the previous two weeks and observations have gone live on Tapestry for you to view. Please do add observations from home and comments as you wish.

This week we will start our 'All about me' topic area. The children have already drawn fabulous self portraits, and this week we will think about the special people in our families. 

We will introduce the full daily routine and the children will begin some PE teaching in the hall and outside. 

We will be starting our phonics teaching using the Jolly Phonics song Jolly Phonics Songand the Read Write Inc. letter formation rhymes. Your child will have a sound book in their book bag which we would love you to add to at home. Please encourage your child to cut and stick pictures of things beginning with each letter as we learn them (this week we will cover /s/a/ & /t/). They can also practise writing the letter and drawing things beginning with that sound. Please keep these in the book bag as we will use them in school too.

This week a flu immunisation letter will also come home so please ensure you check book bags for communication.

We will update the website here weekly and updates will also be added on Tapestry. Please do not hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions.


Have a great week.

Mrs McNally & Mrs McKee :) 


It is September already and we can not wait to see you all and get to know you. Why don't you watch our video to have a little look around your new classroom.



 We will update this page regularly with updates on what we have been up to in the classroom. All communication will be via the website or Tapestry, so we recommend you check these frequently.

Thanks so much 

Mrs McNally and Mrs McKee



Please click here for the Parent Guide to the EYFS 


The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) Curriculum (2014) has 3 prime and 4 specific areas of learning:

Prime Areas

  • Personal Social and Emotional Development
  • Communication and Language
  • Physical Development


Specific areas

  • Literacy
  • Maths
  • Understanding the World
  • Expressive arts and design 

The curriculum is delivered through topics that change each half term.  The children will take part in whole class, group and one to one adult led and child initiated learning activities. For the remainder of the time they have ‘free flow’. Play underpins all development and learning for young children. Most children play spontaneously, although some may need adult support, and it is through play that they develop intellectually, creatively, physically, socially and emotionally.  ‘Free flow’ provides opportunities for children to be active, independent learners and enhances all areas of learning. Observing children during their play provides the foundations for assessment in the Early Years.