Well done to the fantastic Reception Class who performed beautifully for their class assembly. They spoke with confidence and enthusiasm and were very keen to share all that they have been doing during their first year at school.
We hope you enjoyed it as much as we all did!
Thank you to all of the parents for the support you have given over this year.
Next week - We will be reflecting on our time in Reception Class and preparing for the move into Year One.
Please can all library books and reading books be back into school on Wednesday 19th July to be collected in ready for the summer holiday.
Wednesday 19th July is also our end of year party - please can children bring in a change of party clothes for the afternoon.
Thank you and have a wonderful summer break
The Reception Class Team
Week Beginning 19th June 2017 - Sports Week
The children did a fantastic job at our (very hot!) Games Day. They all showed great enthusiasm and team spirit and most certainly tried their best at each activity. The children participated in; aim the beanbag, egg and spoon race, beat the goalie, ball scramble and the obstacle course. The children were rewarded for their hard work and sportsmanship with some delicious ice lollies and a well deserved rest (and cool down) following the Games Day.
Thank you to all the parents, friends and other family members who attended the event, your support is, as always, very much appreciated.
Next week we will be reflecting on our time in Reception. In maths we will learning our number bonds to ten and twenty.
We have had a very busy week in reception. The children have been taking great care of our new chick which hatched this week. They have been looking after it and making sure it has plenty of food, water and company!
The children also enjoyed our Easter day on Wednesday. They learnt all about the Easter story, made some beautiful Easter cards (inspired by our chicks) and also made some delicious chocolate nests.
Finally, the children have been spending lots of time outside. They have been planting flowers, digging and preparing the garden for our vegetable plants which will be ready to plant when we return after the holiday. They have also been working together very well to use our outdoor equipment to build some fantastic models.
If you have any leftover compost which you could donate to us we would be very grateful. We will be planting lots of vegetables when we return after Easter and would very much appreciate any donations. We are also setting up a herb garden and a flower garden, so again, if anyone has any spare/leftover plants of any description then they would be very welcome additions to our garden!
Ms R Collins
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