Scooping out the pumpkin seeds of the pumpkins we've been hammering and making leaf crowns are keeping any rainy day blues away! https://t.co/dXg54YxgRb
6 days Ago
In RE, we looked at our fingerprint patterns amd compared them to Mrs. Chiocca's. We saw that our fingerprints are unique and that's one of the ways God has made us special to show us he loves us! https://t.co/FRrQHZaHmS
1 week Ago
The most popular activity: hammering golf tees into pumpkins! We are showing we know how to be safe with tools and working on our fine motor skills. https://t.co/ni1HeuWvgc
1 week Ago
Mark making with carrots, making words, problem solving and playing memory are keeping us busy this morning. https://t.co/InYqu0t2Rx
1 week Ago
Welcome to Reception’s Blog!
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We are thrilled to welcome this year’s Reception class to St. Mary’s and will be using this blog to update you on important dates and information.
-Please make sure your child’s uniform and belongings(including shoes) are labelled with their first and last name.
-Water bottles should be filled with water and not squash or flavoured water.
-Week of the 24th of September: Children will begin full days at St. Mary’s! They will be at school until 3:25.
-Wednesday 26th September – European Languages Day
-Wednesday 17th October- EYFs Curriculum Evening- This will be a joint presentation between the Nursery and Reception classes. The session will start at 4:30pm. If you cannot make it and would like a copy of the presentation please let me know.
Friday 19th October – Last day of Half Term
Monday 29th October – Children come back to school
Ideas on How to Support Your Child At Home
-Help them to gain independence e.g.: encouraging them to put on their own coat and tidying up their toys when they have finished playing with them.
-Reading books with your child and discussing the book e.g.: the characters and the setting, or encouraging them to join in with repeated refrains or phrases.
-Asking ‘how’ and ‘why’ questions to explain reasoning e.g. how do you know, why did this happen.
-Looking at shapes and number in their environment and counting the things they see/have.
-Encourage using the tripod pencil grip and writing their numbers, letters and names.
-Practise and encourage using a knife, fork and spoon when eating.
Other Information You Need to Know
P.E. will be on Monday and Thursday. Your child should come to school in their P.E. kit.
Wow Moments Sheet- Below you will find the Wow Moments sheet. This can be used to share with us significant events in your child’s life, any learning that they have done or if they have an interest in something.
What to Expect, When- This document is a guide of what to expect during certain times in your child’s development through their early years.
We are looking forward to working with and getting to know your child this term! Please feel free to see us if you have any questions.
Mrs. Appleton and Miss Brownscombe