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Welcome to our class page. 

We are looking forward to sharing our learning experiences with you.

13th December

We are almost at the end of your child's first term in Reception.  We are so impressed with how much progress they have made and much they have gained in confidence. We are sure that you will agree and will be very proud.

Thank you to all those who attended our Christmas performances.  We thought that the children rose to the challenge brilliantly and clearly put our school values of 'enjoyment', 'collaboration', 'courage' and 'aspiration' into action.

We have another exciting term ahead of us when we return after the Christmas holiday and we begin our topic of 'Amazing Animals'.  Please see below for an overview of the learning planned.  There is also a flyer which will give you more information about the range of activities planned.

Please continue to check back weekly for our most recent newsletter.  A copy of this is always available to read in the cloakroom window.

 

Spring Term 1

Week 1: Polar animals

Week 2: Pets

Week 3: The Great Pet Sale

Week 4: The Rainbow Fish

Week 5: Chinese New Year

Week 6: The Farm

 

 8th November

Welcome back after the Half Term holiday.  We have busy few weeks ahead of us and look forward to sharing our news with you on our class page. We were joined by Kevin Bales this week to introduce our new school value of 'Courage'. We are thinking about how we can show this in our daily life both at school and at home.  If you have any examples of how your child has showed courage at home, we would love to hear from you.

Autumn Term 2

Our topic is:

All Aboard

We will be sharing the following stories:

Week 1: Bonfire Night and Diwali

Week 2: We're Going on a Bear Hunt

Week 3: Whatever Next

Week 4: The Train Ride

Week 5: Lost and Found

Week 6: The Stickman

Week 7: Christmas

 

 

 

Thursday 25th October

***PANTASAURUS***

Please visit the NCPCC website for more information about how to share the important ‘PANTS message’ to your child.

https://www.nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/keeping-children-safe/underwear-rule/

 We have discussed this in school but you may also want to chat to your child about this at home.

 

Don't forget to look in the 'letters home' section to find a copy of our weekly newsletter.

 


Things to remember:

  • PE is on a Thursday
  • Book bags and reading diaries every day. Your child’s reading day will vary each week.
  • A water bottle every day.

If you do have any questions or concerns then do not hesitate to talk to a member of the Reception team.

Mrs Gee & Mrs Donovan