What are we learning about? Overviews for parents
A warm welcome to all! All are welcome!
In Reception our class teacher is Miss. Gregory. Mrs. Rigby and Miss. Lappoja are our learning assistants.
We like to play and learn at the same time, so our classroom never lacks fun and excitement!
We do PE on Wednesdays with Mrs. Vose, and Mrs. Hurst teaches us RE on a Thursday morning.
Children will take part in daily phonics lessons (LittleWandle), Literacy lessons, Reading practice sessions, Maths and our favourite time of day… Story Time!
We also enjoy our other topics that include developing skills in History, Art, Computing, Science and Geography.
Some Important information.
PE kits must be worn on Wednesday and Friday to school and children will remain in them all day. Please remember to bring warmer clothes in bad weather!
The children will enjoy P.E lessons with Mrs Vose on a Wednesday afternoon and Little Gems session in the hall with their Year 6 buddies on a Friday.
Please ensure names are written/stuck inside all of your child's uniform. They will need a coat EVERY day!
Every Tuesday afternoon the children are able to purchase biscuits from out tuck shop at 50p each as part of their afternoon snack with milk (if purchased)
If you have any questions, please contact me through Class Dojo.
The children learnt the importance of rememberance day, we held a minutes silence to remember the soldiers and animals that have fought in previous wars. The children created beautiful poppies using paint and card to commemorate this important day.
We have been learning all about Diwali this week as it was celebrated on the 24th October. The children learnt the story of Rama and Sita and why Hindus celebrate the festival of light ‘Diwali’.
We created our own Diwali lamps, look at our beautiful creations.
The children have been enjoying their ‘Little Gems’ sessions every Friday. Our little seeds meet their Year 6 gardeners for some group exercise delivered by Skillswise. Reception are building great relationships and working on their listening and attention as well as their physical skills.
Letters to Santa
As part of the Royal Mail letters to Santa scheme the children have written their Christmas list’s as part of our Literacy this week. They went to the postbox this morning to post them. We found footprints from the cheeky elves, who had been playing in the post box, and were waiting to deliver the letters to Father Christmas.
Christmas Party Day🎅🏼🎄
The children have really enjoyed their Christmas party day. We’ve sung songs, played games and danced all day long.
The children really enjoyed their bikability session today. It’s giving the children the confidence and skills to ride a bike. The children also learnt road safety when cycling on the roads. This provides a life skill that the children will never forget. 🚲
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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