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Heyes Lane Primary School

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Heyes Lane Primary School



Golden Rules

We are kind and gentle

We look after property

We work hard

We listen carefully

We are honest

Learning journeys

We are using Tapestry as our method of recording your child’s progress and development through the EYFS. Parents can have access to their child’s learning journey from home through the Tapestry website.  Please ensure you have given an accurate email address to Mrs Tomlinson in order for you to access Tapestry from home.  If you are having any difficulty with accessing Tapestry, please let us know.



You can send us observations from home through Tapestry.  An observation can consist of a photo or video and/or a comment on your child’s WOW moment.  WOW moments can include your child trying a new skill, mastering something they had previous difficulty with or using their school learning in the home.




  • Every child must bring a coat to school.
  • Please leave a spare set of clothes in the Nursery.
  • We use our outdoor provision daily so wellies are essential!
  • Label everything with your child's name!
  • If your child’s dietary requirements change throughout the year, please let Nursery or office staff know.
  • Our children love working in the creative workshop so donations of lids, small boxes, plastic bottles and tubes are gladly welcomed!


You can help your child’s development at home by:-


  • Joining the local library.
  • Talking to your child about what they have been learning in school – encourage your child to speak clearly using full sentences.
  • Using child scissors to cut up old magazines and newspapers.
  • Encouraging your child to become more independent in their self-care, dressing and eating.


We will upload more ideas for you throughout the term and provide weekly home activities on the newsletter to support your child's learning at home.


For more information on EYFS and what your child is learning in our Nursery, there is lots of information available on Please feel free to talk to Nursery staff about any concerns or questions you may have about your child and their learning.