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Reception

Reception

Welcome to Reception's Class Page.

Reception staff: Miss Taylor and Mrs Adams 

Summer 1 Learning Do Ladybirds Have Spots? 

We are really looking forward to starting our new topic question Do Ladybirds Have Spots? 

Do Ladybirds Have Spots? Why do spiders spin webs? We will be exploring these questions and more in this project about mini beasts and their habitats

We will be exploring minibeasts and looking at similarities and difference and growth and change. We will also be looking at patterns and colours.

As Summer approaches we hope to look at the changes in seasons and get outside as much as possible while exploring our new topic.

 Staff are available by appointment from 8:15am and will be at the classroom door every afternoon at collection time. Please speak to us after school if you have any queries.

 

 READING BOOKS

Every child must have their READING BAG in school EVERY DAY. We aim to read with each child once a week and recap key words daily. Book Bags are available to buy from the school office. PLEASE PRACTISE YOUR KEYWORDS/READ WITH YOUR CHILD AND SIGN THEIR READING RECORD AT LEAST 5 TIMES PER WEEK. 

PE

PE takes place every Wednesday. Please ensure your child has a PE Kit in school every week. They can be left on their pegs for the half term.

SNACK

Rolling Snack is £1.00 a week, payable half termly via Parent Pay. If you wish for your child to have snack this half term please pay £5.00 on Parent Pay. 

Our Observation System

We use the TAPESTRY system to record observations of the children. This is an online profile that gets updated by us which you can access.

Have you given us your email address to see your child's account?

We send a weekly homework - every Friday and ask you to complete these by the following Wednesday.

R.E 

In R.E our topic is 'Stories Jesus told' 

Our new topic is Stories Jesus told. Stories include; The Good Samaritan, The lost sheep and more. We will be learning that Jesus told us the stories to teach us about God.

 

Mark 12:31 ‘You shall love your neighbour as yourself.’ There is no other commandment greater than these.”

 

 Thank you.