Welcome to Reception
Who is who in Reception?
Reading books will be changed on a Tuesday and Thursday but please feel free to bring book bags in on other days if you would like to change your child's book more frequently.
The homework challenge will be sent at the beginning of each half term and can be brought back when completed. The Star challenge will be judged by the school councillors at the end of the half term. There will be a prize for the winner in each class.
Other homework will be sent linked to work we are doing in Phonics and Maths.
Please ensure that all of your child's clothing has their names written inside to avoid any misplaced items.
We play outside in all weather conditions, so please ensure that your child is sent to school in sensible shoes and a coat. You can also bring wellies into school for your child to change into.
This half term we have had an amazing response to our homework star challenge which was to design and create a castle. We have had so many entries and all of them are deserving of the top prize but who will the school councillors chose?
Thank you to everyone who attended our Early Years sing-a-long this year. The children did themselves proud! If you could not attend, then here are a few pictures...
We had a fun time at our Early Years Christmas party. We really enjoyed dancing, singing, play party games and having party food. But the best part was a surprise visitor...
Stay & Play Sessions
Thank you to everyone who has come along so far this year and all the positive comments we have received. The children loved showing their parents around and sharing the things they have been learning about.
Our next Stay & Play sessions are at 2:00pm on...
Wednesday 23rd January
Wednesday 6th February
This half term our topic is ...
Are We Nearly There Yet?
We are going to doing work around journeys, transport and destinations.
It would be lovely if we could find out where children have been during the half term holidays via the Tapestry App or the child interests sheets that will be sent home. This will help us to plan work around the kinds of transport that children might have been on and places they enjoy going.