Welcome to Reception!
Mrs Blogg is the class teacher and Mrs Lee is the teaching assistant. On this page you will find information about Reception class news.
Home Learning Ideas
Hello Year R children and parents,
I hope you are all safe and well and enjoyed a lovely weekend. Although it is half term this week, I have added a selection of activities which you may wish to try at home if you would like to continue with your child's personal home learning during the week. However, please do not feel compelled to complete any or all of the activities.
Thank you for all of the super home learning photos and videos which are being sent by email or uploaded on to Tapestry. Mrs Lee and I are really enjoying seeing your lovely home learning. If you need to contact me please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
I hope the weather remains warm and sunny and that you have an enjoyable half term.
Take care and stay safe,
A copy of the latest Phonics Workshop PowerPoint has been added. Please practise phonics as often as you can with your children at home.
Talk For Writing
As a Talk 4 Writing school, we place emphasis on children learning to orally retell different types of texts using story maps and actions. We ask all parents to support children with learning these texts at home orally, so that children can use them to create their own versions.
The table below highlights the text types and texts that we are learning in Reception. The table will be updated and added to throughout the year. Please download the texts and story maps and practise retelling them. Aim to retell the texts with actions and expression!
|| The Little Red Hen
||The Gingerbread Man
||Our Dinosaur Egg Hunt
||Defeating The Baddie
||The Three Little Pigs
||How to make a Crazy Cake
||The Way Back Home
In Talk 4 Writing, we will be learning about instructions and How To Make a Crazy Cake and the story of The Magic Porridge Pot. When we can retell the text, we will innovate it to make it our own (e.g. changing the details, characters or the story setting). We will draw a new story map and learn to write sentences from the text, using our phonic knowledge and practising our letter formation and spelling of our tricky words.
During the Summer Term, we will be continuing to learn our Phase 4 phonics. In Phase 4, no new graphemes are introduced. The main aim of this phase is to consolidate the children's knowledge of their Phase 2 and 3 phonics sounds and to help them learn to read and spell words which have adjacent consonants, such as trap, string and milk. We will also be learning to read and spell some new common exception words (tricky words) which will be outlined on the latest phonics timetable. Common exception words are words that you cannot sound out.
In Maths, we will be learning about addition, counting back for subtraction, finding one less/more than a number, doubling and halving numbers and sharing equally between groups, learning to count in 2’s, 5’s and 10’s, introducing time and money.