Reception

Week Commencing – 7th May

In Reception this week the children have been:-

  • Learning about sequencing events during the day: sorting events into sets depending on whether they are carried out in the day or night.
  • Continuing to write a non-fiction text.
  • Creating musical shakers.

To support your child with their learning at home, please can you continue to read with your child and practice reading (by sight) and spelling high frequency words.

Please can you collect small clear plastic water bottles for STEAM Week.

Week Commencing – 29th April

In reception this week the children have been:-

  • Writing the first two stages of the frog lifecycle in the style of a simple non- fiction book.
  • Subtracting single digits from 10: Subtracting single digits from 20.
  • Creating miniature gardens.

To support your child in their learning please continue to read and begin to learn sight words with your child at home. Please make sure you make a comment in your child’s reading diary to show it has been read at home. This ensures your child’s reading book is changed.

If you have any examples of your child’s supported or independent writing at home, please feel free to bring it in so it can be included in your child’s learning journal. Please also look out for a handout in your Child’s book back which gives ways in which you can support your child’s writing at home.

Please remember to send in your up to date Proud Cloud moments to show your child’s achievements outside school. Look out for blank copies in your child’s book bags.

Week Commencing – 23rd April

In Reception this week the children have been:-

  • Writing a recount of their Easter holiday.
  • Learning about the life cycle of a frog and using language such as egg, frogspawn, tadpole, froglet, young frog and adult frog.
  • Ordering stages of the frog life cycle.
  • Sharing non-fiction texts.

To support your child with their learning at home, please can you continue to support your child with their reading, writing and word recognition/correct spelling of high frequency words. Please can I remind you to write to confirm your child has read with you in their reading diaries.

We are in need of junk modelling resources. For hygiene reasons we are unable to accept the inner cardboard tube from a toilet roll.

Week Commencing – 18th March

In Reception this week the children have been:-

  • Listening to different versions of Jack and the Beanstalk.
  • Writing instructions on How to Plant a Bean Seed.
  • Observational drawings of Daffodils.
  • Walking around the school site looking for signs of Spring.

To support your child in their learning please continue to read and begin to learn sight words with your child at home. Please make sure you make a comment in your child’s reading diary to show it has been read at home. This ensures your child’s reading book is changed.

If you have any examples of your child’s supported or independent writing at home, please feel free to bring it in so it can be included in your child’s learning journal. Please also look out for a handout in your Child’s book back which gives ways in which you can support your child’s writing at home.

Please remember to send in your up-to-date Proud Cloud moments to show your child’s achievements outside school. Look out for blank copies in your child’s book bags.

Week Commencing – 11th March

In Reception this week the children have been:-

  • Listening to different versions of The Three Little Pigs.
  • Writing to the wolf explaining how the pigs were feeling when he tried to blow down their houses.
  • Time sequencing activities.
  • Red Nose Activities.

To support your child in their learning please continue to read and begin to learn sight words with your child at home. Please make sure you make a comment in your child’s reading diary to show it has been read at home. This ensures your child’s reading book is changed.

If you have any examples of your child’s supported or independent writing at home, please feel free to bring it in so it can be included in your child’s learning journal. Please also look out for a handout in your Child’s book bag which gives ways in which you can support your child’s writing at home.

Please remember to send in your up to date Proud Cloud moments to show your child’s achievements outside school. Look out for blank copies in your child’s book bags.

Week Commencing – 4th March 

In Reception this week the children have been:-

  • Discussing pancake day and Lent.
  • Participating in a variety of maths activities to reinforce concepts and the use of Maths related vocabulary.
  • Listening to versions of Goldilocks and the Three Bears.
  • World Book Day Activities.

To support your child in their learning please continue to read and begin to learn sight words with your child at home. Please make sure you make a comment in your child’s reading diary to show it has been read at home. This ensures your child’s reading book is changed.

If you have any examples of your child’s supported or independent Maths work at home, please feel free to bring it in so it can be included in your child’s learning journal. This could be either an account of something they have verbalised, in pictorial or written form.

Please remember to send in your up-to-date Proud Cloud moments to show your child’s achievements outside school. Look out for blank copies in your child’s book bags.

Week Commencing – 25th February

In Reception this week the children have been:-

  • Introduced to our Topic, based on traditional tales.
  • Listening to different versions of Little Red Riding Hood.
  • Writing Character descriptions.
  • Creating a basket using different construction materials.

To support your child in their learning please continue to read and begin to learn sight words with your child at home.

If you have any examples of your child’s supported or independent Maths work at home, please feel free to bring it in so it can be included in your child’s learning journal. This could be either an account of something they have verbalised, in pictorial or written form.

Please remember to send in your up-to-date Proud Cloud moments to show your child’s achievements outside school. Look out for blank copies in your child’s book bags.

 


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