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Reception

Introduction

Hello from Red, Blue and Green Class! In September, we became big children by starting school full time.  We enjoy making new friends and learning about how to be effective learners. We love to learn through play and we help our teachers plan exciting learning experiences. We have “Big Ideas” about how we want our classroom to look and topics we want to learn about. We have exciting and inspiring learning environments, inside and outside, which we have access to all day.

Every morning, we count how many children are in, talk about the weather and choose a special person from each class. We learn new sounds every week and enjoy using them in our reading and writing. Each week, we take home reading books and library books, and in January we will bring home 'Monster Maths' challenges to share and complete with our parents.

We enjoy taking part in whole school events, such as assemblies and celebrations, and will perform in front of the school at Christmas time and our class assembly at the end of the academic year. Our parents often come in to see what we are learning and how they can help us at home, for example Family Phonics, Maths events and other showcases.

We love coming to school each day and finding out new things!

Our teachers are Miss Cantrell (Blue Class) supported by Miss Cary, Mrs Costello and Mrs Joseph, Mrs Newman (Green Class), supported by Mrs Wells and Miss Spencer (Red Class), supported by Mrs Lacey and Mrs Burton.

Please try and encourage your child to read their reading book at least 3 times a week and practise their keywords as often as possible.

Please bring all reading books into school everyday and library books in every Friday.

Monster Maths books go home every other Friday. Please keep for 2 weekends and return on the following Monday.

Remember to look at all the lovely things your child is doing on Tapestry. It would be great to hear and see the things they are doing at home as well.

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