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Reception

2017-2018

Welcome to Reception!

Mrs Broxson & Miss Renzulli

 

'Even the smallest person can change the course of the future.'

J. R. R. Tolkien

 

Keep looking at our website page for updates on what your child has been doing in Reception and information that you might find helpful to support your child in their learning.

 

 

 

 

 

EYFS Nativity

We are looking forward to you attending the EYFS nativity. We have been practicing very hard and hope you enjoy it. 

The dates are:

Thursday 14th December at 1.30pm

Friday 15th December at 09.30am 

If you are yet to get your tickets please hurry before you miss out!

We will update the website with photos on Friday!

Thank you already to those who have been practicing lines with their children. 

 

Christmas Craft Morning

Thank you to all parents and family members who attended the Christmas craft morning. The children were delighted to be participate in the activities with you and created some wonderful crafts. 

The morning was very busy with lots of parents and family. We hope you enjoyed yourselves! 

 

October the month of the Rosary

As October is the month of the Rosary, and after being inspired by the year 1 class, Reception have also made their own Rosary bracelets. The children can wear their bracelets to school during the month of October. Look at us having fun making the bracelets!

October month of the Rosary

What a busy half term in Reception class!

In this first half term the children have settled into class really well, it is so nice to see them all come to school with smiles on their faces! We have had a busy half term with lots of different activities. The children have especially enjoyed baking activities and PE with Mr Cowling! Have a look at some of our class pictures and see what we have been up too!

This weeks talking challenge:

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Challenge:

Ask your child about harvest and discuss with them what harvest is. Talk about the harvset assembly at school and how the children are coming in non uniform to raise money for two very important charities. The children have been learning a song for the harvest assembly - can they sing this to you and practice this?

 

Remember to encourage  talk in full sentences. You might need to prompt your child with ideas to help them to think about what you are discussing.

What to expect in Reception Class

 

​Reading Books - Your child will bring home a reading book in reception. Please try to read with your child every night. They will keep their reading books for approximately 1 week so be prepared to read the same book several times. The children read at school at least once a week so please keep your child's reading book and reading record in their book bag.

 

​High Frequency / Tricky Words - Your child will bring home a list of words that they need to learn to recognise. These are the words that appear lots in the Oxford Tree Reading books or words that cannot be spelt phonetically. Please practice memorising these words with your child.

 

​Library - The children go to the infant library every Thursday with Mrs Potts, they independently choose a book to borrow, these are for enjoyment that you can read to your child at home or that they may want to look at independently. Please put the library books in your child's book bag every Thursday so your child can change it. Please note - You will incur a fee if you fail to return books or return them damaged.

 

​PE - PE is done with Mr Cowling on a Friday morning and during the week with Mrs Broxson. All children need a PE kit - black pants/shorts, black pumps, white tee shirt at school. The children keep these on their pegs and they will bring them home in the holidays to be washed.

This Week's Talking Challenge

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Welcome to your new school year. We hope you start to enjoy coming to school to learn about new and exciting things.

Each week there will be a talking challenge for your to talk to your child about at home. 

 

Challenge:

Ask your child about what they have been doing at school, have they enjoyed playing with any particular toys and have they learnt any of their friends names?

 

Remember to encourage  talk in full sentences. You might need to prompt your child with ideas to help them to think about what they have been doing, e.g. Did you play outside? What did you make in the sand pit, did anyone help you etc.

Playclub

Playclub 1
Playclub 2
Playclub 3
Playclub 4

Phonics!

 

The children learn phonics to learn to read and write. Each week we learn three new sounds. The new sounds we have been learning this week are - 'm' 'a' 's'

​Please practice with your child, finding the initial sounds in words, especially with the new sounds they have been learning!

​Please use this link to help you practice sound pronunciation correctly at home with your child:

http://www.ruthmiskin.com/en/resources/sound-pronunciation-guide/

​Here is a picture to show you the order in which we will be learning single sounds.

 

Read Write Inc Sounds

Read Write Inc Sounds 1
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