This week’s phonemes are i,n,m.d We will practise these daily on Monday to Thursday and consolidate on Friday.
In our RE sessions this week we will be looking at the talents that God gave us. Please could you send in a photograph of your child doing something they are good at. This might be riding a bike, baking, dancing, football, colouring etc.
Below are a few photographs of our first week at school.
Thank you for your support.
We went on a walk to find some of the things that God created.
We would like to say well done to all the children in Reception who managed their first full day with a smile on their faces. They coped well in the dinning hall and on the playground at lunchtime.
Today we did out first phoneme ‘S’. The challenge for them is to find something at home beginning with that phoneme (the sound the letter makes). Please help them to do this for the first few times and then hopefully they will be able to complete this task on their own.
Tomorrow is our first PE lesson. We will encourage the children to get themselves dressed and undressed but will help with buttons.
Please can you compete the data forms in order that we can post some photographs of the things the children have been doing
We were very excited today to be able to visit the Church. Father Paul told us all about the Easter Candle. We enjoyed looking around the Church and pointing out the different things we saw. Thank you Father Paul.
Well done Reception you showed lots of knowledge and were very well behaved.
We are pleased to be able to say that the Reception children will be bringing home a reading book this week. All children who have returned their reading books will be given a book on Monday. This book needs to be returned, in their plastic folder, on Friday. The children will also read in school but the extra reading at home will help support their learning.
This week will we be finding out what foods we need to eat to keep healthy, tasting a variety of exotic fruit, we will be counting out objects to 20 and learning about one more and one less and thinking about how the disciples felt at Easter.