Welcome to the our website page. Please check this page regularly and you can find out what the Reception Class have been learning about and the fun they have been having.
Miss Caitlin White - Class teacher
Mrs Emma Hargreaves - Classroom Assistant
Please make sure all your child's clothes and belongings are labelled otherwise we will get into a big muddle! Please also make sure that your child has a water bottle, book folder and a coat every day.
PE lessons will be on Monday ('Boogie Beats'), Thursday and Friday (Yoga). On these days your child must come to school in their PE kit.
Library books will be changed on Monday and Friday.
Name writing will be sent home on a regular basis.
A new letter sound will be sent home to practise every day.
If you have any concerns or questions please talk to one of the Reception staff.
To find out what your child in Reception Class will be learning about, please click the link below, You can see previous planning at the bottom of this class page.
This week Reception children have been thinking carefully about their bodies. The
children are now very good at naming different parts of their body and have worked
together to make a life size body using lots of different materials. The children have
also been working very hard to recognise all the different Numicon pieces in maths
and put them in the correct order independently. On Wednesday, Reception children
were also very lucky to have special PE lesson with Regan where they had to
problem solve in order to get across the obstacles. The children had a lot of fun.
Please keep practising writing your child’s name at home and going over the letters
taught so far, making sure all the letters are correctly formed.
The children in Reception Class are settling and adapting well in their new class.
This week we started thinking about our topic this half term, ‘All about me’ and we
began by painting our self-portraits. The children looked very carefully at their faces
in mirrors and made sure they used the right colour of paint to recreate their beautiful
faces. The children have also started learning a new letter sound every day and are
trying so hard to form these letters correctly. It is very tricky! Please keep practising
writing your child’s name at home, making sure all the letters are correctly formed.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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