Dalmatians NJ


Welcome to Dalmatians NJ. Here you can find up to date information about all of the MAGIC learning that your child will be taking part in during our Topics. We have lots of fun learning in Dalmatians and have many MAGIC moments every day. To strengthen our links between home and school we have included some useful links below to provide key information and opportunities for children to continue their learning at home. Share them with your child and ask them to show you all of the fabulous learning that we have been doing in school!


Dalmatians 'Spotacular' Staff


     Miss N Jones                          Mrs J Jones                             Mrs K Evenson                   Mrs D Whitehead                  Miss R Fazey



Spring Term

This term the Dalmatians topic will be 'Our families and other animals'. During this topic, we will learn all about how we and animals grow and change. We may even have some baby farm animals to look after! Our key texts will be a Squash and a Squeeze, The Little Red Hen, The Ugly Duckling and Farmer Duck. Using these texts we will continue to develop our writing skills through Talk for Writing. To see an example of Talk for Writing for The Little Red Hen, click here.


Click on a book below to listen to the story.

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English Speaking Board

Spring focus: Five Little Peas in a Pea-pod Pressed. Click here to listen.

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Take a look at our wow learning moments

Wild Wednesday

Every Wednesday in Reception, we get WILD! We have fun learning about the outdoors and the world around us. During our learning we develop our communication and social skills, and we get very muddy! Take a look at some of the pictures below to see us in action.


Below you will find some useful information for the end of year expectations. This details what the children will need to learn by the end of the year to achieve a 'Good Level of Development' in the Early years Foundation Stage. 



Useful links