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Welcome back to the ARP!  We are so excited to be welcoming 11 new starters to the ARP this September and for the term ahead.  


The Ealing SALT team invite you to a Behaviour and Communication workshop for parents as below.  


A reminder to Parents and Carers to check MCAS for any behaviour incidents every day.  You will receive a phone call from your child's teacher if a serious incident occurs, for all other incidents, where a sanction is applied a report will be added to MCAS.  As per the Home School Agreement it is important you check this daily as you will be able to see whether your child has struggled at any point during the day. Thank you for your support.  


We have Taruna Girdhari our Speech and Language Therapist twice a week working with children in small groups and for 1:1 sessions with children.  


Maez Estrellado is our OT and she is in every Friday delivering 1:1 sessions and supporting in class.  

Fresh fruit or vegetable snack, water, packed lunch

As a healthy school we would like to remind parents that children should only be bringing in a fresh piece of fruit or vegetable for their snack each day. 


Children should bring in a bottle of water.

Children are welcome to bring in a packed lunch and this will be saved until they are in the lunch hall and replaces the school lunch option. 


Important events

For whole year events, such as Sports Day, assemblies and trips, please refer to the year group page your child is in.  

Capturing 'Wow moments' at home

We value contributions from parents/carers of moments of achievement that have happened outside of school.   If you observe your child achieving something new or wonderful then let one of the ARP team know by sending in a photo with a note or just singing their praises.  The wow moments are stuck in your child’s learning journey and support assessments throughout the year.  Feel free to send in as many as you would like, parents/carers usually complete a page of wow moments each half term. 

Reading Books, Key Words, Home Learning and Book Bags

At Fielding we follow the Read Write Inc programme.


The type of ‘book’ your child receives will depend on their phonic knowledge.

  • Some children will focus on learning the sounds of the alphabet.
  • Some children will receive a sound blending book to help develop their blending skills.
  • Some children will receive a book called ‘My Phonics Book’. A letter will be sent home with information of how this works.
  • Some children will receive a reading book.


In addition to this, your child will choose their own picture book.

Your child is not expected to read this book, this book is to be shared with an adult for enjoyment and to help develop a child's comprehension skills.


All books will be changed once a week.

Please make sure your child brings their book bag to school every day.

Help your child to get into this routine.


Inside their book bag please make sure that you always have:

  • picture book
  • reading book
  • reading record


Please look through the reading record, there is lots of useful information inside.

Please sign the reading record every week and write a comment about how your child is progressing with their reading.


Weekly Learning:


If your child is in Acorn class please refer to the weekly learning as on the Reception page.  


If your child is in Leaf class please refer to the weekly learning as on the Year 1 page.  


If your child is in Oak class please refer to the weekly learning as on the Year 2 page.  



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