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Reception

If you would like to email Miss Colley (Reception Group Leader) please use the form below:

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Who’s Who?

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Yellow Class -Miss Colley and Mr Ahmed

 

 

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Jaune Class -Miss Cregan and Mrs Carby

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Holud Class -Miss Ghai and Miss Owusu

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Amarelo Class -Mrs Murray and Miss Otto

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Geltona Class -Miss Sultana and Mr Edwards

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Please remember that your child needs to have their PE kit in school. They will have PE every Wednesday. Your child will also have a weekly additional PE session. The days for the classes are;

 

Monday: Amarelo

Tuesday: Geltona

Thursday: Yellow and Jaune

Friday: Holud

 

 

Your child will need to bring in a water bottle with their name clearly labelled. This will be cleaned and refilled daily.

 

Thank you for your continued support - Reception Team

Welcome!

We hope you all had a wonderful summer holiday and are ready to learn lots of fun and exciting things in your new Reception class.

 

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This half term the children will be settling into Reception. They will be learning to write their name, recognising numbers and recalling numbers to 20. The children will be talking about their 'Fantastic Families' and look at how they have changed since they were born.

 

Read the newsletter below to find out more :)

Take a look at our learning so far!
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English - Brown Bear Brown Bear

 

 

 

 

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The children have been reading ‘Brown Bear Brown Bear’. A bear appeared in their classroom and they had to answer questions what and why questions! They listened attentively to their friends in their class and responded with relevant answers. Here are some of the answers the children gave.

 

What is the bear called?

 

“Teddy Bear!” – Daisy

“Flower” – Sapphire

“Rubber!” – Ruby

 

Why is the bear here?

 

“He wants to see us!” – Andrew

“He wants to come and play in Yellow class!” – Charlie

“Teddy has a present for us!” - Kenny

 

The bear left us some words that we could read. They were I, see, and a. We worked with our learning partner to make up sentences about what we could see and wrote about this in our book.

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Maths Learning - Number and Shape, Space and Measure

In Maths the children have been learning to count and read numbers through a range of fun and exciting activities! Some include children finding numbers in the messy area.

 

We will also be exploring 2D shapes and using some new maths

vocabulary to describe them. The children will be learning the name of the shape and begin to describe the properties.

 

Children will have the opportunity to find shapes in the environment and sing some great songs about shapes. The children will be finding out about who is the tallest and shortest in the class. I wonder who is the tallest in their class?

 

 

How can you support your child at home?

- Teaching them to write their name.

- Recognising numbers from 1-20.

- Counting out a given amount of objects.

- Initial sounds - Jolly Phonics

- Encouraging them to independently use a knife and fork.

- Ensuring that they can zip and unzip their

 

If you would like any other support with this, please do not hesitate to contact your child's class teacher.

Jolly Phonics - Phase Two

Number song 1-20 for children | Counting numbers | The Singing Walrus

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Oh No George!

The children have been reading the text ‘Oh No George!’ by Chris Haughton. The children came into their classrooms on Monday and noticed that it was a MESS! They found clues from the class teddies who had a picture of who made the mess. The children looked at the picture and explained they thought George was a…

 

  • Rabbit
  • Dog
  • Horse
  • Cat

 

We used Philosophy for Children (P4C) to discuss the question ‘Is it ok to leave a mess?’.

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