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Photographs Spring 2

A musician visited us
We explored the sounds of different instruments
We learned all about bees
We planted seeds and watched them grow
We noticed signs of spring
We played with shapes
We built a den
We acted out the story of Mr Gumpy
We made puppets
We celebrated World Book Day
We learned about taking turns
We watched chicks hatch
We climbed the beanstalk!
We sorted out silly sentences

RH Photographs Spring 1

We made bird feeders
Chinese New Year parade
A vet came to visit us
Playing music together
Noticing signs of spring
Trying noodles
Exploring snow
Exploring frost
making dragon masks

Welcome back to RH! I hope that all our families had apeaceful Christmas break. We are looking forward to a new term in Reception, filled with learning, growth and joy.

 

This term we will continue to develop our social, cognitive and communicative skills through exploring the topics of animals and spring. We will consider the changes we see in nature and ourselves and think about how important it is to look after each other and the natural world.  Similarly, our ‘Come and See’ topics will focus on family and growing.

 

We will plan a visit to the farm to aid our topic learning and will have a visit from a vet. We will also work together with musicians and artists to create a music and film soundscape through exploring technology, different materials and instruments.

 

We will continue to have daily learning in maths and phonics. As we become more confident readers and writers we will progress from words, lables and lists to full sentences. We now have reading time everyday so please remember to bring your books in each morning.

 

Our physical development will continue to be supported through P.E., Swimming, and outdoor play.

 

Some reminders:

 

P.E. will be on a Monday as before, please ensure your child comes to school in their kit.

 

Swimming will be on a Tuesday as before, please ensure your child brings their named kit with them in the morning.

 

Please ensure your child brings their reading book and yellow reading record into school everyday.

 

Please continue to support your child’s learning in school by reading their reading book with them and practising writing and reading the ‘tricky’ words (these will be sent home in stages). There will be ‘stay and read’ sessions this term which you are welcome to attend to support you in helping your child to read.

 

Thank you for all your support so far. It is a privilege to watch your children develop and enjoy their learning. Please remember that the reception team is always here to support your child and your family. If you would like to discuss anything with us then please do not hesitate to get in touch.

 

With warm wishes,

 

Miss Harris, Mrs Ahmed and the rest of the EYFS team

1/11/2018

 

We are very happy to welcome back our wonderful reception class after the half term break. 

 

Here are a few photographs to show just some of the super learning that took place last half term: 

RH photographs Autumn 1

Peer Massage
Numeral Writing
Leaf Threading
Role Play
Picnic
Writing in mixed media
Trip to the park
Leaf Rubbings
Collective Worship
Learning about Baptism
Autumn Hunt
Meeting our buddies
Textile Hammering
Addition
Our story garden
The giants came!
Making Music

Welcome to RH!

 

Your Teachers:

 

Class Teacher: Miss Harris

 

Teaching Assistant: Mrs Ahmed

 

Our learning:

 

We are looking forward to welcoming all our new children and their families to reception. Starting school is a very exciting time and we are thrilled to be embarking on this new adventure with your child and helping them to thrive and become confident learners.

 

This term our topic is ‘Me, My Home, My Family’. We will be focusing on getting used to the routines of the school day, taking time to get to know our new friends and teachers, and learning all about what makes each of us special. We will have phonics and numeracy each day, as well as learning all about the world around us and expressing ourselves creatively through play.

 

 

To parents and carers:

 

The reception team will do all we can to make sure your child is happy and settled in our school. Please know that we are always here to support you if you would like to discuss anything with us at any point.

 

P.E. will be on a Monday: children will come into school dressed in their P.E. kit (navy shorts, white polo shirt, black pumps).

 

Swimming will be on a Tuesday: please ensure your child brings their swimming kit to school. They will need a swimming costume/ trunks, towel & swimming hat – available from the school office for £1.

Please ensure all swimming items are in a bag labelled with your child’s name.

 

Don’t forget to write your child’s name inside ALL of their uniform items to avoid loss or mix-ups when changing.

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