Welcome to our Reception page
Our Teachers are Mrs Vincent (Ash), and Miss Puttrell (Beech)
Tapestry - Please click on 'Tapestry' to follow the link to view your child's portfolio. Quick link button also available from our Home Page. For further information please view the Welcome Presentation pgs 14 & 15 above.
Animal Entertainment - Wednesday 15th May 2019
To enhance our animal topic we experienced an interactive and fascinating session on Wednesday this week. The children handled an assortment of animals including: Miranda the Millipede; Fergus the Gecko; Bruce the Australian Tree Frog, and stroked a lovely Chinchilla. A few brave children even volunteered to hold Edith the Python, who was very well behaved! They also saw: Uther the Bearded Dragon and a scorpion. Thank you to the PTA for making this possible.
Stay and Play w/c 28th January 2019
A fun time was had by all at “Stay and Play” this week. The children enjoyed exploring the Foundation Stage with their parents. Amongst other activities they investigated ice and created fabulous water colour paintings. We have been fortunate to welcome parent volunteers this term to talk about their country of birth, including the Czech Republic, Denmark and New Zealand (an amazing Haka was performed by the children).
Reception Walk to the Post Box Tuesday 17th and Friday 30th November
Ash and Beech class enjoyed their journey to the post box to post their letters to Father Christmas this week. Thank you to all the parents who walked with us.
Reception Visit from the Fire Engine Thursday 18th October
Following our school fire drill last week, Reception children had an exciting visit from our local Fire Fighters. They told them all about their protective clothing and how they help to rescue people as well as putting out fires. The children had the opportunity to look around the fire engine and to sit in the cab. We are extremely grateful to the Fire Service for providing this valuable experience.
Reception Stay and Play 1st to 5th October
A fun time was had by all at ‘Stay and Play’ this week. The parents/carers Joining in with “busy fingers”, listening to the children re-telling the story of The Little Red Hen and discovering their favourite place to play.
Please find listed below documents providing information about Letters and Sounds as taught in the Foundation Stage:
|CBeebies site. Stories to share and lots more.|