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'Vittoria Primary School is a happy place.' 'Pupils talk confidently and positively about the school.' Staff have high expectations for every pupil.' Leaders have made sure a broad curriculum is in place across the school.'OFSTED Oct 2021

Happy New Year 2023 and welcome back to Vittoria Primary School class!


I hope you have all had a nice break and are excited to be back for Spring 1. Our topic this half-term is Traditional Tales. We will be reading favourite stories such as The Three Little Pigs, The Gingerbread Man, Goldilocks and the Three Bears and on  January 31st we will join in the National Storytelling Week. We will also be learning about different cultures and traditions by looking at how Chinese New Year is celebrated. In Maths, we will continue learning about numbers 1-5 as well as 2D shapes, weight, size and positional language.


Parents please remember to bring the children's spare clothes (in a bag labelled with their name) and water bottles to school as well as label their jumpers and coats.


Miss Enrique

        September 2022 – Autumn 1

Welcome to the new school year. We are all very excited about welcoming you to Nursery on Wednesday 7th September 2022. We hope you had a very good summer holiday and you have a lot of energy to play, discover and explore at Vittoria Primary School.    


I am your Early Year teacher Miss Enrique and your Early Years’ Practitioners are Miss Debbie Mann, Miss Dilek Bulbul (Monday to Wednesday) and Miss Shanika Gordon (Wednesday to Friday).


Our first topic is called My Favourite Book – a lovely one for everyone to share about their favourite books, things and important people in their lives. A great getting-to-know-you topic. This is also a chance for the children to learn about their new nursery and reception classmates. Friendship and positive relationships are so important.




The whole of EYFS will do P.E. lessons Wednesday mornings 9-10am. We ask that your child comes to school on Wednesday in their PE kit, including plimsolls/trainers, to better participate in the lessons. They can stay in these more comfortable clothes for the whole day. If you have any questions about this, please see Miss Enrique.


Tapestry – your child’s online learning journal


We use Tapestry to record your child’s learning over the week and the whole year. We publish to your email each Friday afternoon so you can share and relive these learning highlights with your child. Our parents have told us that it provides a great “chatting moment” with their child and bridges school and home better.

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Any questions about this, please ask me (Early Years’ Teacher) or email her at


Welcome again to our fabulous community where we all aim high about our children’s curiosity about learning.


Miss Enrique

Welcome to Summer 1, Nursery!

I hope you have all had a nice break and Easter. Our topic this half term is Minibeasts - we will be talking about the life cycles of different animals and read books such as The Odd Egg, Aaargh A Spider, Superworm, The Very Busy Spider and The Very Hungry Caterpillar. We are even going to have real snails in our classroom! We will take care of them, feed them lettuce, observe them and learn about their body parts. In Maths, we will continue to focus on numbers up to 5 and look at 2D shapes, patterns and weight. In Literacy, we will be learning to trace lines, circles, make marks and continue to practise writing our names. We will also talk about Eid celebrations and go on a trip to Culpeper Community Garden.


Please remember to bring your water bottles and spare clothes to school (make sure everything is labelled with names). Also keep checking Tapestry to see what the children are doing in class and upload your own photos or videos that you would like to share with the class.  A big thank you to all the parents who are already doing it!


Miss Enrique 



Welcome to Spring 2!

I hope you have all had a nice half-term break and are excited to come back to school. This half term our topic will be What's inside? What's outside?. In Literacy, we will be reading books such as 100th Day Worries, My World, Your World and Whatever Next! to think about things we can see outside of our country and planet. We will read 10 Things I can do to Help my World to talk about recycling and think about things we put in the bin. We will continue to encourage good oral hygiene by talking to the children about the importance of brushing our teeth and read The Boy Who Hated Toothbrushes and Avocado Baby to talk about things inside our mouth and body.

In Maths, we will focus on numbers from 1 to 3, look at ways of representing them and counting up to 3. We will also explore length and height by comparing different objects using the appropriate vocabulary. We will learn to describe our day by sequencing pictures, using prepositions such as "before", "after" and "next" as well as talking about the days of the week. We will also make our own visual timetables.

We will also look at some special days such as Shrove Tuesday, St David's Day, St Patrick's Day, Mother's Day, World Book Day and Red Nose Day.

Please remember to bring your water bottles to school and label the children's clothing.


Miss Enrique 


Hi Holly class,


This term the topic is My favourite books (all about me). In this topic we will be reading some classic books like We are going on a Bear Hunt by Michael Rosen and new ones like Leaf Man by Denise Jackson. We will talk about the change in the season - Autumn - and about our family.  


Please remember to bring spare clothes, a water bottle (with your name on it) and your book bag. Every day you can take a new "favourite book" to read at home with your family. 


Miss Enrique

Michael Rosen performs We're Going on a Bear Hunt

http://www.jointhebearhunt.comFor a quarter of a century, readers have been swishy-swashying and splash-sploshing through the award-winning favourite picture...

Welcome to summer 2! Our Topic for this term is 

Teddy Bears’ Picnic and Wonderful Women.



Five a day will help you keep fit while you are at home. Exercise is still very important. And then click on the wake up song: