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Foundation - New Brighton Primary School


All the news and updates for Foundation stage pupils can be found here. Diary dates for Foundation stage pupils and parents can be found here.

Literacy Powerpoint

Take a look at our literacy powerpoint for all pupils in Foundation Stage 2.

Download the powerpoint presentation using the link below.


Curriculum Map

Download the Foundation curriculum map - a guide to what your child in Reception will be learning this year – using the link below.

Foundation Curriculum Map


Foundation Stage Marking Policy

In Foundation Stage, the purpose of marking is more to make relevant annotations for adults to read, rather than giving written feedback or points for improvement to the children.

Adult-led Tasks:

If a child is completing a piece of work with an adult, verbal feedback is given at the time of completion and notes are made about the level of support that was required by the child and whether or not they achieved the learning objective for that activity.

Marking is completed in black ink (rather than the green used throughout school), to role model to the children that at this stage, pencils are for writing and colours are for colouring.

Child-Initiated Tasks:

Evidence of child-initiated learning is kept within each child’s Learning Journey, the up-keep of which is the responsibility of their Key Person.

Again, these observations are annotated to indicate the learning that took place during the activity and any appropriate next steps for that child in relation to the task.