Reception Class J
Dates to remember:-
Wednesday, 25th September . 3.15pm.
Meet the teacher meeting in school.
Minimum of 1 adult per child must attend the meetings. Parents will receive information about our new online learning journeys where teachers can send observations direct to yourselves and you can send them back.
Monday, 4th November . 5.30pm
Make your mark, get set, go - writing workshop for EYFS. Teachers will demonstrate the important skills they teach children in the Early Years in preparation for writing, sharing a range of fun / messy play ideas you can do at home.
Stay and share sessions.
A weekly opportunity to stay and share a learning activity with your child. Timing 8.45 - 9.00 am. Day to be confirmed.
This week we are learning about the letters s,a,t,p,i,n and the words I, go, to. We have been on a number hunt and found lots of places where numbers were hiding such as the clock, lift and playgrounds!
This half term we will be focusing on texts with lots of repetition as we will be creating our own story maps, making actions to the story and repeating key phrases from the book. We will start by learning ‘The Little Red Hen’. To link with the text we will be learning all about harvest and may even make our own bread.
On Wednesday we will be visited by Leek Fire fighters. They are bringing their Fire engine onto the playground. This will start Receptions new 'vehicle' learning all about the roles of the different people who help us.
In Maths children are continuing to work on number recognition, counting and organising number. We are also learning about doubling and halving numbers to 10.
We are also starting to think about the way numbers are organised and how to count more and less.
We are now looking at time and our daily routine. We have also been learning about capacity through our water table. We have filled different sized containers to see what we can find out.
Please remember to bring a sun hat and sun cream as the weather gets warmer.
Please could your child wear a suitable waterproof coat to school
and bring wellies that can be left on their pegs
– we do like to play in the water and sand and we want to avoid soggy feet
Also remember that reading every day is very important for your child and will help them develop skills
in listening and attention as well as reading skills.
Homework is sent out on a Wednesday to be completed and returned on Monday.
Children have PE on a Monday so a full labelled PE kit must be in school at all times.
Please help to encourage your child to dress and undress at home independently
as this will help them during PE sessions.
Children will need to bring in a bottle with water (not juice) clearly marked with their names,
so that they can help themselves to a drink when they need one.
Book change days:
Resources to support your child at home
We learn our sounds by singing the words and doing the actions to Jolly Phonics
(please click on the link below)
The children also love to hear the sounds on Alphablocks
Play along with the Alphablocks and have fun with the letters of the alphabet
https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episodes/b01cz0p1?suggid=b01cz0p1 (click the link)
Top Marks is a website with lot of interactive games that can be used on a laptop or tablet.
There are maths and literacy games to help support recognition,
counting, sounding out and letter recognition
Early Years Curriculum and Expectations
This page provides information on the End of Year Expectations for the Early Years curriculum.