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Spring Term 1 2018-19
Reception Curriculum letter Spring T1 2018-19
Reception Spring Term 1 (A) Topic Web – What’s inside the Toybox 2018_19
Autumn Term 2 2018-19
Reception Curriculum letter AT2 2018-19
Reception AT2 (A) 2018-19 Topic web – Glitter and Glow
WOW! What a busy term Reception have had!
Just look at all the fantastic achievements we have made!
Summer Term 2 2017-18
Reception Class Newsletter Summer 2 2017_18
Reception Summer 2 (B) Topic – A Pirates Life For Me 2017-18
Summer Term 1 2017-18
Reception Class newsletter Summer 1 2017-18
Reception Summer 1 (B) Topic_All things bright and beautiful 20 17-18
Super Veggies to the Rescue!
Well done to all the children on a fantastic class assembly. You used your best voices, sang with enthusiasm and taught the whole school how to be kind and helpful. You made your teachers and parents very proud.
Spring has finally arrived…!
Reception class made the most of the good weather by going out for a walk around the school grounds in order to spot seasonal changes.
“The flowers are coming out!” Eshan
“I can see some frogspawn” Finlay
“I can see orange bits in the middle of the daffodil!” Benjamin.
“Look at the blossom!” Mya
We really enjoyed our visit from Mr and Mrs Roles-Wain and three of their beautiful lambs. Thank you for bringing them to show us!
As part of our work on Superworm, we made daily observations of our class wormery and had the chance to handle them safely. We saw how they moved through the soil and observed them pulling down leaves to eat.
Owl box update
Our class owl box has now been put up on local farmland. Fingers crossed that it will become a home for a family of barn owls very soon. Keep checking the website for updates.
The children were set a challenge to use a CD and a light source to make a rainbow. They used their observational skills to spot the different colours.
Reception made their first class visit to our village library. They talked about voting and investigated ways of keeping safe around unfamiliar dogs.