Reception staff: Miss Taylor and Mrs Adams
Summer 2 Learning Are we there yet?
We are really looking forward to starting our new topic question Are we there yet?
We will be learning lots of facts about travelling and different forms of transport. The children will be making different vehicles, especially rockets! We will be sharing experiences of when we have travelled on day trips and holidays. We will also finish the topic with a ‘wheels day’ giving children the opportunity to show their skills on their bikes and scooters! Look out for more information soon
As Summer is here please ensure your child brings a sunhat, water bottle and a bottle of sun cream that is clearly labelled.
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.
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 takes place every Thursday. Please ensure your child has a PE Kit in school every week. They can be left on their pegs for the half term.
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 £7.00 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.
In R.E our topic is 'Special holy places'
We will be exploring different places of worship and looking at the features of the buildings and how people pray.
‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.’ This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second is like it: ‘Love your neighbour as yourself.’ Matthew 22:3