RECEPTION

Mrs Yielder and Miss Crawley

Spring Term 2018

Welcome to the Spring term!

As usual we will be very busy this term and have lots of things to look forward to such as Chinese New Year, Pancake day and celebrations leading up to Easter. We will continue to involve parents/carers with events such as Ladies Pamper Day, story times and special book times.

All the children have been busy learning in their phonics groups and are now ready to share a reading book with you at home. We are sure that you will enjoy sharing these books with them. We will also continue to send home story comprehension pictures as we have found that these have been both enjoyable and effective.

Thank you for your continued support and please don’t forget to check the website to see what we have been up to in Reception.

 

Take Over Day in Reception

We all had a great day with our new 'grown ups' in Reception. Mr Young, Miss Bartley, Miss MacDonald, Miss Hall and Miss Johnson all had a busy day doing a wide variety of jobs such as taking the register, helping in classroom areas, preparing the milk and fruit...

Reception children remember.

The children in Reception watched a CBeebies clip about Remembrance Day which generated a lot of discussion about the meaning behind wearing poppies. They also enjoyed a variety of activities based around...

Halloween in Reception

We all had lots of fun in the name of Halloween in Reception this year. We came into school dressed in spooky outfits for the occasion - don't they look fabulous! We read the Julia Donaldson story Room on the Broom and were great at acting out the events in our...

Autumn Time in Reception

We have loved our first half-term in Reception and have been very busy with lots of Autumnal activities. We have collected and tasted apples from the garden, hunted for the characters from the Gruffalo story, told the story of the Little Red Hen and explored the...

Reception Visit West Boldon Lodge

This week Reception took a trip to the Environmental Education Centre, West Boldon Lodge. The children and staff took part in activities such as den building, hunting for mini beasts and pond dipping. Everyone also helped to chop wood for the fire and enjoyed...

Empty Classroom Day for Reception

Empty Classroom Day is a worldwide campaign to celebrate learning and play outdoors. To celebrate the day in reception we began by putting on our 'Adventure Crowns' and heading off to the school garden to see what we could find. We collected all kinds of natural...

Barnado’s Toddle

Reception and Nursery had lots of fun taking part in the Barnado's Toddle this week. Lots of the children and their grown ups joined in with the sponsored walk to raise money for the Barnado's charity which supports vulnerable children in the UK. This years theme was...

Reception learn to ride !

Some of the children in Reception have started their bike training course which will teach them to ride a two wheeler without the use of stabilisers. The first session was thoroughly enjoyed by everyone and it won't be long before the children are confident riders !...

The Co-op visit Reception

Jan and Simon from the Co-op paid a visit to Reception this week. They brought some seeds and compost along with them and helped the children to plant some herbs for the herb garden in the outdoor area. The children had a great time and can't wait to see the herbs...

Reception Blue Group Visit Tesco

Reception Blue Group took a trip to Tesco this week to learn all about where our food comes from. Margaret from the 'Farm to Fork' programme had organised lots of interesting activities for our trip. We started the day with a colour hunt around the fruit and vegetable...

Reception Red go to Tesco !

Reception Red Group enjoyed a brilliant visit to Tesco, Trinity Square to learn all about food and where it comes from. Margaret from the 'Farm to Fork' programme organised a variety of activities for us to enjoy. We did a colour treasure hunt in the fruit and veg...

Supertato to the Rescue!

  In Reception we have had a very busy few weeks of solving crimes, saving vegetables and trapping Evil Peas! It all began with a cage full of trapped vegetables. After reading the story 'Supertato' by Sue Hendra, we had our suspicions about who might have been...

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