This week the Kindness Elves asked Reception to make a Christmas decoration for a friend or family member.Today we have been helping each other to take photos of ourselves using the Christmas photo props. We have had such a giggle!
This week Reception have been taking part in lots of fun Christmas activities: decorating a Christmas tree, creating Christmas wrapping paper, visiting Santa in the outdoor grotto, making Christmas tree words and completing Christmas patterns on the interactive screen.
Today the Reception Children did two performances of their nativity play for families and friends. The play was called ‘Whoops-a-Daisy Angel.’ We are very proud of their singing and dancing. They are all little superstars!
Today the children were very surprised to find the Kindness Elves in the Creative area. They had left some Christmas cards for the Reception children to colour then write their name in. These cards will be given to people in the local community.
Today the Kindness Elves asked the Reception children to smile at everyone they see. They smiled at everyone during the dress rehearsal of their nativity play. They kept smiling all day and can’t wait to perform their play for parents and friends next week.
Today the Kindness Elves left a note to ask the Reception children to give someone a hug and tell them why they love them. The children were able to think of lots of lovely, kind words for their friends.
This morning the children were excited to find out their first challenge from the Kindness Elves who arrived yesterday. The Kindness Elves asked them to show kindness by sharing a book with a friend. The children rose to the challenge. The reading area has never been so busy!
Today the Kindness Elves arrived in Reception. They wrote a letter to the children explaining that they have heard how kind and caring they are and would like to see this for themselves. The children were very excited to see what tasks the elves will set them to be kind to…
Reception went to church for a baptism. Father Groody led the children through the baptism service and explained what each part means.
This week Reception have been using junk materials to create their own models of a rocket. They used their knowledge of the different parts of a rocket to choose appropriate materials to represent them. The rockets were a roaring success!
Reception were extremely excited to be visited by Pudsey Bear today. They asked many questions about who Pudsey Bear is and what he does. They spent some of the morning finding out about BBC Children in Need and how the money helps children who are less fortunate than…
On the 100th anniversary of the Great War ending, Reception have been learning about what the war was like and why we wear poppies to remember all those who fought in the past and those who are in the forces today.