Headteacher Award 10.09.21

Well done to our superstars this week! 🙂

1KM- Lovia- for settling in beautifully and being a great role model.

1KB- Ayda- for having a great attitude to learning and showing demonstrating excellent behaviour.

1SP- Darcie -for a great start to year 1 and being an excellent role model.

Week commencing 5.7.21

This week in phonics we are learning ccvc words. We will be practicing writing these and using them in a sentence. We will continue to revise all phase 3 sounds and tricky words by playing interactive games and using flashcards.

Pin on CVC, Word Families, Phonemic Awareness

In Maths this week we are revising repeating patterns and comparing lengths. We are also continuing our work on addition and subtraction and numeral recognition to 20.

Repeating Pattern Sequences | Teaching Resources

For our wider curriculum we are carrying on our theme of Summer and looking at summer safety.

Friday is our Ash end farm visit which we are all looking forward to! Please remember to pack a disposable lunch for your child with their name and class on. Children are expected to wear school uniform and will need a coat and can wear wellies if preferred. If it is forecast to be a hot day please put sun cream on your child before school.

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Please remember to log in to your child’s Reading Wise account and read with them as much as you can! Even 10 minutes per day makes a huge difference to their reading progress.

Have a fabulous week!

The Reception team

Week commencing 21.06.21

This week in phonics we are continuing our work on phase 3 strategies and applying our knowledge to reading and writing. We will also practice our tricky words and play a variety of phonics games.

Phase 3 Phonics Tricky Words Game - WordUnited

In maths this week we are introducing odd and even numbers. We will be playing games outside, creating pictures and securing our understanding of odd and even in a variety of different ways.

Odd or even numbers: Free online game • Math

In our wider curriculum we are moving on to explore animal habitats and nocturnal and diurnal animals. We will be looking at how these animals have adapted to their habitat and how they differ from each other.

Facts About Nocturnal Animals: Lesson for Kids - Video & Lesson Transcript  | Study.com

Have a fantastic week! The Reception team