Reception 2019 - 2020
We would like to welcome you to Reception and provide you with information about all the exciting things that are happening in our class. Please click the link above to find out more information about the Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum.
Please find below some of the comments from recent feedback on our questionnaire for parents.
"Amazing teachers who have the time for all the children and parents. Lessons and parent info are well thought out"
"The teachers are very hands on with each child and are easy to talk to"
"My child has been here for the past year and we can say that the attitude towards the kids is wonderful! He loves to come to school and that tells us everything"
"My children have been to a lot of different schools and can honestly say this school has been the best, it ticks every box"
"Very friendly and supportive learning environment that encourages and supports strong links with home"
"I would like to thank all reception staff for supporting and teaching my child. I am proud of how she has grown in such a short amount of time"
Have a look at our webpage and if you have any questions we are always there to help!
Inside the reception classroom we have a 'Wish Tree' where the children can tell us what they would like to learn about. You will notice that leaves are beginning to appear on the tree.
You will have also recieved some orange and yellow leaves so that you can tell us what you 'wish' for your children to learn during their first year at school. These leaves are now being added to the tree and we hope that your children will achieve what you have 'wished' for them by the end of the year
We have looked at the children’s ideas on the ‘Wish Tree’ and have decided that ‘Food’ will be our next topic. We ‘brainstormed’ the topic of ‘Food’ with the children. Please have a look at our ‘brainstorming’ as it is stuck on the window, in the classroom. Throughout this topic we will be:
· Learning about where food comes from
· Taking on roles in our ‘Cafe’ role play area
· Writing for a purpose e.g. menus, labels, booklets, recipes, signs etc
· Learning new songs and rhymes about food
· Learning how to cook spaghetti Bolognese
· Tasting different types of food
· Looking at stories about food e.g. ‘Handa’s Surprise’.
· Learning how we can keep healthy
· Looking at how to draw and paint fruit
· Keeping a fruit and vegetable diary
Good Food Guide recipes for children
Our Trip to Knutsford Library.
Some ideas for activities at home....
Come back soon to find copies of letters with information sent out this year.
Autumn Newsletter below
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