WELCOME BACK TO SCHOOL!
We are really happy to be back in school and to be able to have some 'normal' routine back in place.
However, as a school we will continue using Google Classroom as an additional provision in case any child/staff member needs to self isolate.
All children have their own email and password to log in to this.
We will continue to set activities from the week and your weekly homework on Google Classroom for you to complete.
Below we have attached a number of PDF documents which will explain how to log in and use Google Classroom.
If you have any problems or concerns, please speak to a member of staff who will happily help you with this.
Welcome to Reception!
Class teachers are: Mrs E Jones (Class 3) Mrs Tyrer (Class 4)
Teaching Assistants are: Mrs A Coneeny and Mrs C Jones.
Welcome back to the second half of our Spring term!
We have lots of exciting things planned for you.
This half terms topic is PIRATES!!!
The book we will be looking at is 'The Pirates Next Door,' by Jonny Duddle.
In Communication, Language and Literacy we will be continuing to develop confidence in speaking and listening through stories, discussion and role-play activities. We will be developing skills in letter and word recognition, as well as securing pencil control to help us to form letters correctly using the cursive style of writing.
We will continue our phonics sessions, where we use the scheme 'Song of Sounds' and learn different letter sounds and how to begin to record these. Please see the link at the bottom of the page which is our daily phonics song!
In Mathematics we will be developing our understanding with numbers to 20 (and beyond as appropriate). The children will count, recognise and sequence numbers to 20 and use these to solve simple problems. Measurement, shape and space will be explored through lots of exciting role play and practical activities linked to our topics and personal experiences.
In Reception we will be learning through lots of fun, play based activities which fall into the 7 areas of learning for the Early Years Foundation Stage. These are;
Personal, Emotional and Social Development
Communication and Language
Understanding the World
(Blue indicates the Prime Areas. Red indicates the Specific Areas of learning.)
If you need to self isolate please use the ideas and links below.
Home Learning, from Halton Borough Council - Click on the link below - Enjoy!
There are some great websites that you can access to support your child's home learning:
If your child has sensory Special Needs, you may find the link below, useful.
To learn all about the EYFS and the curriculum we teach please see the links below: