Reception’s party day 2021

Reception had a party to celebrate Christmas. We had an afternoon tea of party food and played party games such as musical chairs, bumps, statues and pin the nose on Santa. What a great party! 
 

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Maths week in Reception

For Maths week Reception played lots of games with dice. We used a games sheet and added our own counters and characters to play the game and matched our dice to dominoes. Maths in Reception is lots of fun!
 

Maths

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Superheroes in Reception

This Half Term we have used Heroes as our stimulus for learning. From Super Healthy Me to Heroes in the Community, Nurses and Doctors, Bakers and Farmers.  This led our learning to Harvest and Apples.  We made apple crumble with apples the children had picked, some bread rolls, as well as some…

Curriculum enrichment

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Alice in Wonderland

On a lovely, sunny, Summer day, we celebrated the end of our Topic Alice in Wonderland with a Mad Hatters Tea Party, which saw the children making their own sandwiches and making shopping lists for party food, writing invitations and planning the party!  
We have immersed ourselves in wonderful,…

English

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The Great Castle Creation

For our D and T project, we decided to make a Castle, which linked to our Wonderland and Traditional Tales theme! Every single person in our class had a specific job role, from designers and builders to painters and decorators.  We had to discuss how best to join things and had to make alterations…

D&T

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Reception Move Up Day

Reception class enjoyed a lovely morning trying out their new Year 1 classroom.  We made England flags, paper chains and sang football songs.  We enjoyed working on some art work that will be in our class when we return in September.  Our favourite part was playing on the new castle.   Mrs Robson…

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Maths Wizards

We have started our new phase of learning in Maths.  We have enjoyed sharing out raisins and our role play food fairly.  We loved working out odds and evens by sharing cubes and other resources into two groups and seeing if there was one left over, which means it’s an odd number. Our problem…

Maths

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