Here you will find out about all of the amazing things we do in Reception.
Mrs Sutton Miss Worthy
Chestnut Class Teacher Beech Class Teacher
& Early Years Leader
Mrs Arnett Mrs Lee
Higher Level Teaching Assistant Higher Level Teaching Assistant
Mrs Kennally Miss Gawthorp Miss Blount
Teaching Assistant Teaching Assistant Teaching Assistant
This half term we are focussing on settling in to Reception.
We will be exploring our emotions through the story 'The Colour Monster'. We will be thinking about how each of our emotions makes us feel, why we might feel this way and finding ways to feel calm again.
Confused, Happiness, Sadness, Anger, Fear, Calm and Love
We are starting a new phonics scheme this year called 'Little Wandle'.
We are holding a parents information session on Tuesday 28th September at 3.30pm to explain what phonics is, how it is taught using the new scheme as well as how we teach early reading and writing. We will also discuss ways that you can help your child at home.
If you wish to contact us please do so via tapestry or our Early Years email, please use the address below and we will contact you at the earliest opportunity within school opening hours.
Take a look at the pages below with advice and ideas to support your child with the home learning.
If you need any support to use Tapestry, please get in touch.
You can continue to contact us via Tapestry or our email address:
Please feel free to contact us for advice and support, we are still very much here for you.
Adults please remember to keep an overview of your child’s internet / social media activity. Unless you have turned on privacy settings and parental controls, your child may be able to access inappropriate content or it may simply 'pop up' while your child is watching YouTube or on other sites. For older siblings, who may be allowed to use social media, there are also other dangers. Although there are many apps that allow live streaming and chat with friends, not all of them have an automatic “private mode”, and other, unknown people could be joining in chats. On our website e-safety page, we have all our newsletters, which take adults through many of the games and social media that our children have been using. Please help your children stay safe online.