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Information and Reminders

Welcome to Reception

A Rainbow of Opportunity

'Human potential is without limit if we are motivated and engaged.' 
We believe that children should experience life in all of its fullness (John 10:10).
With a growth mindset, you can do anything.

 

 Click on the link below to listen to our Mothering Sunday song we have recorded.

Mothering Sunday song

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Important Dates

Wednesday 26th February- Visit to 'theBarn' church

Friday 28th February- Cinema Night

Tuesday 3rd March- Parents Evening

Thursday 5th March- World Book Day- dress up as a comic/Beano character

Monday 9th March- Class Photographs

Friday 20th March- Mothering Sunday craft and concert

Thursday 2nd April- Easter Concert

 

To find out more about our Early Years provision at Tardebigge, please read our Early Years Policy by clicking on the link below.

Reception Class Blog

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Early Years Foundation Stage

The Early Years Foundation Stage has three Prime areas of learning and development:

  • Personal, Social & Emotional development
  • Physical development
  • Communication & language

There are four Specific areas of learning:

  • Literacy
  • Mathematics
  • Understanding the World
  • Expressive Arts & Design

The Characteristics of Effective Learning move through all areas of learning. These are split into three areas:
• playing and exploring
• active learning
• creating and thinking critically

Our current topic is...

Jungle Giants and Deadly Dinosaurs

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Take a look at our topic medium term plan by clicking on the link below. If you have any questions or queries regarding the planning then please feel free to come and see myself or one of the Reception team.

Useful Curriculum documents

Home Learning

Reading- The children should be reading at home 10 minutes every night. Please record when your child has read in their reading diary. They could read their guided reading book (the book they read in a group at school) or a book from home. The key to reading is little and often. 

'Reading Caterpillars' will be given out at the Curriculum Meeting. Please practise segmenting and blending consonant, vowel, consonant (CVC) words with your child daily.

Our topic words to learn at home and at school are:

Buds
Blossom
Early
Later
Heavy
Light (not heavy)

Useful websites

Oxford Owl

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/phonics-made-easy

Phonics Play

https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/

Teach Your Monster to Read

https://www.teachyourmonstertoread.com/

 

Curriculum Evening Presentation

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Class Routines

Forest School- The children will have the chance to go on nature walks, minibeast hunts and explore the Forest School area every Tuesday morning with Mr Bennett. Children should come to school on a Tuesday wearing tracksuit bottoms and their school uniform tops. Please ensure they have waterproofs in their book bags each Tuesday and a pair of wellington boots to be kept at school. It is also a good idea to supply extra dry socks in their book bags just in case! Forest school starts on 11th September.

PE- We will be doing PE on Wednesday afternoons but PE kits should remain in school at all times. The children will be doing Gym and Dance in the community hall. Please ensure that everything that comes into school is CLEARLY LABELLED. PE sessions start on 12th September.