Reception 2022 - 2023
'Once Upon a Time' & 'The Great Outdoors'
Our planned learning encompasses the changing seasons as winter turns to spring.
Looking ahead we will find out how Christians celebrate Easter and why it is important to them.
We will read different traditional tales and alternative versions of them too.
Further planning can be found in the Spring Term 2 planning document below.
Monday and Wednesday will be our two PE days. At the moment you can come to school on these days dressed in your PE clothes.
The rest of the school have to bring clothes to change into for PE. We will let you know when we are going to do this too.
For PE we wear a white t-shirt with blue shorts or leggings/joggers or a skort.
We wear our school jumpers/cardgans or school fleeces. You could also wear a plain blue sweatshirt/hoodie.
You will need to wear a pair of trainers or pumps. Trainers are better especially when we are outside.
After Easter we will be asking children to come to school in their uniform and to get changed into their PE kits on their PE days.
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Your child will need a pair of wellies to leave at school. They will be used most days, particularly in wetter weather and over the winter. You are welcome to take them home over the holidays but don't forget to bring them back!
The Early Years Team:
Class Teacher: Mrs Rogers (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday am)
Class Teacher: Miss Morrey whilst Mrs Bailey is on maternity leave (Thursday pm and Friday)
Class Teaching Assistant: Mrs Thompson
Welfare Assistants: Mrs Bebbington, Mrs Mackey
Things you can do at home together:
- Share a story together every day.
- Play a game, especially one like 'Snakes and Ladders' which involves counting and taking turns.
- Practice using scissors and cutting out shapes or different lines such as curved or zigzag.
- Use tweezers to pick up and sort objects such as buttons or raisins.
- Use old paintbrushes and water in buckets to 'paint' outside on brick walls/drives/patios.
- Using 'Play-Doh', blue-tack or even a ball of uncooked pastry practice rolling out with a rolling pin, squeezing, stretching or rolling into a ball.
- Add some music and you've got your own 'Dough Disco!'
- Visit the queen of ‘Dough Disco’, Shonette Basin Wood https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCj0shfH3pzhrf3dOrSj_pRw
- Please, please name EVERYTHING!
- You need to have a named water bottle in school every day filled with fresh water.
- All children in Reception are offered free milk and fruit each day. We have this each afternoon in school.
- If you wish to send in a snack for our morning snack time please ensure it is a healthy snack.
- Please ask if you have any questions.
- Starting school is a daunting prospect for parents as well as children and we are here to help make the transition as smooth as possible for everyone!
What to bring each day:
- A waterproof coat.
- Sunhat and sun cream on warm days.
- Hat and gloves on cold days.
- Spare underwear socks/tights etc. (to be kept in a bag on your child's peg)
- Reading bag with reading diary and key ring inside.
- Water bottle filled with fresh tap water.
- A smile!
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