Hello and welcome to our class page. Join us as we find out more about the world, have fun and explore.
Mr. Mitchell and Miss. Fearon
This week is Anti Bullying week. As a school we have decided to take on the Random Acts of Kindness challenge. Choose one of the acts each day and try it out to make someone else smile. Let us know which one you have tried in the comments below.One Comment
This afternoon the children loved showing off their dancing and singing skills for their friends. The judges were very impressed 😉
Yesterday, in our Eco-House we discussed the shapes that make up our facial features, and then the children explored the natural resources outside before choosing the shapes to make their own face. Very creative guys !
Every morning we sing our Days of the Week song.
We thought that it would be good to share at home.
A major feature of Early Years education involves your child spending time outdoors, whatever the weather.
This means that your child will spend plenty of time outside throughout winter and they will therefore require appropriate clothing.
Please send in a waterproof jacket and some wellies which must be clearly labelled with your child’s name.We will store the items at school to ensure that they are available for use.
We recently sent home you child’s first reading book and reading record. Please make a note of the day that your child will need to bring their book into school to read with us. We would suggest that children use their book bags daily, as they often write notes or draw pictures that they love to take home.
The first sets of books sent home simply require you to discuss the story, allowing your child to use the images to infer or predict what may happen. We are sure that you will enjoy spending quality reading time each evening with your children.0 Comments
Please be aware that your child has PE every Friday morning with Mr. Lancaster. Each child must have a full school pe kit and pumps to enable them to access the lesson safely.
PLEASE ENSURE THAT ALL ITEMS OF KIT, CLOTHING AND COATS ARE FULLY LABELLED0 Comments
In our English lessons we are reading a book called The Something. To help the children to recall and retell stories we devise story maps together. Your child has been reading and retelling this part of the story this week. Perhaps you could ask them to read it to you?
(Underneath the cherry tree, there is a hole in our garden. I found it one day when I bounced my ball but it didn’t bounce back. I peered into the hole but I couldn’t see anything. I sat for long, long, long time.)
Welcome to Reception everybody. Miss Fearon and I will use this page to try to give you some insight into an of the activities that your child enjoys in school.
As you can see from all of the photographs, the first few weeks have been busy, but great fun, as we have observed the children getting used to new routines, a new environment and definitely making new friends.
We hope that you enjoy our Class page and would welcome your feedback.
Thank you for your continued support,
Mr. Mitchell & Miss. Fearon
For Refugee Week our whole school will be joining together to spread the message that our school is a school that welcomes everybody.
To show this, we will be performing a song by Frank Turner called Be More Kind as whole school, singing together to make our message heard.
You can hear the video by clicking on this link.