Class Teacher: Miss Jackson
Support Staff: Miss Murphy, Miss Hargreaves and Mrs Billbrough
Email: [email protected]
We hope you enjoy looking at our class page. We will update this regularly throughout the year with photographs of what we have been doing and also with key information which you may find useful. If you have any questions, please contact the class teacher who will be able to help.
w/c 18th April 2022
Welcome back everyone after a lovely long Easter half term! Reception have been back with bang and really cracked on with their learning. In maths we have been learning all about numbers beyond 10 with a focus on teen numbers. In Literacy we have been creating maps linked to the story "We're going on an egg hunt."
4th February 2022 - Theo is Reception's writer of the week for his amazing version of The Three Little Pigs. Well done!
w/c 17th January 2022
This week Reception have been deepening their knowledge of the composition of numbers 0-5. We have explored lots of different ways of how these amounts can be made. Some of us are able to instantly recall them now too and Miss Jackson is so proud!
Our fine motor skills have been working hard too this week and we have been cutting out the characters from the Three Little Pigs. We have them had to decided how to attach the body parts together and what fasteners we would like to use. It has made a lovely display in Reception classroom.
w/c 3rd January 2022 - A huge welcome back to all of Reception. We have had such a busy week and crammed lots into 3 days! In Maths we have been learning all about zero. As part of our Build it topic, we listened to the story "The Three Little Pigs." Next week we will be discussing houses and the materials the pigs used to build them.
w/c 22nd November - This week we have been so busy writing a list of ingredients needed to make a cake, as well as writing instructions on how to make a cake. We are looking forward to making a birthday cake for Kipper next week! In maths, we are getting really good at subitising with numbers up to 4. We have also been exploring the composition of 4.