Christmas Adventure DayThe children had a fantastic time on their Christmas adventure day! They started the day by playing a variety of festive games which involved them working as a team. They helped scoop reindeer poo, find presents in the forest, and carry Santa's tray of treats without dropping them!
Our Reception Class
Hello, welcome to our Reception class page. We will be updating this page with lots of the children's work, their achievements throughout the year and any important updates for parents. I'm Miss Nott the class teacher but I'm not alone in class, I've got Mrs Clayton and Miss Garner to support myself and the children. We have loved having the children back this week and we have been so impressed with how well they are settling back into school life. They have really enjoyed seeing all of their friends and teachers and taking part in lots of fun activities. Take a look at what they have been up to in the photos below:
First Week In Reception
Autumn 2020 Newsletter
Home Learning : Speed Sounds
This week we went on an Autumn walk around the school to spot signs of Autumn. Whilst we were walking through forest school we found an egg! We spoke about how it could of got there and what might be inside it. Afterwards, Miss Hardman told us a story about a hen called Rosie who takes a walk through a farm, however she has an unwelcome visitor - a crafty fox follows Rosie!
After our walk we decided to make some pictures of hens. Children also attempted to write the word hen independently....
Bumpus Jumpus Dinosaurumpus!
Our roarsome first focus story game us the opportunity to run with the children's interest in dinosaurs! Here are some pictures of the exciting activities children took part in.........
We got messy in a dinosaur swamp!
We used shapes to make our own Dinosaurs.
We used dinosaur stencils and scissors to create our own dinosaurs!
Our focus story Rosie's walk has encouraged us to make observations of animals. We looked closely at the life-cycle of a hen. Afterwards, we cut and stuck pictures in order to make our own hen life-cycles...