Class Blog for Reception

Monday 18th October 2021 

Monday 18th October.

Yet another busy week and only 1 more until half term.

This week we have been learning to read write and say the sounds O, C and K.

We have made bread just like 'The Little Red Hen'.

We have had a surprise Fire Engine visit. 

Please see the News Letter Below. We very much look forward to seeing you on Thursday , for our story telling performance.



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Monday 27th September 2021 

We have made it to week 3 and I imagine that the children are starting to feel a little tired. They have made a great start on school life and we are incredibly proud of them.

Please find this week's News letter attached.

We have been learning about Super heroes and Sir Tom Moore.

 Hugh found out this week that ....

Captain Tom raced motorcycle competitively in his spare time. He purchased his first motorcycle at the age of 12 and won many trophies.

Here is a photograph of Captain Tom on his motorcycle


Monday 20th September 2021 

Wow!!! What a terrific first, full week the children have had . We feel like we are getting to know them better and establishing  a routine.

This week we will be starting to learn the story of the 'Little Red Hen' working towards play based phonics and maths lessons.

Please find this week's News Letter attached below.

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Monday 13th September 2021 

We were so happy to welcome the new Reception children last week, and we look forward to a full week at school this week.  The children have made a great start. It has been fantastic to see them come to school happy and walk into the classroom independently. They have really been polite, happy, resilient and have got stuck in with their learning and play. Thank you for all your support.

I have attached a picture of Milo, the class hamster ( at least for the next few weeks) and I am sure that the children will be eager to tell you all about him.

- Please can everything your child brings into school be labelled with their name, this includes any lunch box/snack pots. It will make it easier for us all to identify what belongs to who and encourage the children to be more independent. 
- Water in a named water bottle in school every day.
- reading book bags- next week we plan to start sending home reading , please can you ensure that this is sent in every day. 
Please keep posting on Tapestry, the children love to see themselves on the whiteboard and we enjoy sharing the learning. If you are unable to to access Tapestry please let me know and I can quickly sort this.

It is lovely to meet all of the new Reception children's families and we look forward to getting to know you better over the next few weeks.

Below attached is this weeks class newsletter.

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