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Reception - Robins

Welcome to Reception - Robins!


Your teacher is called Miss O'Shea. She is supported by Mrs West and Miss Shurmer Elliott who are teaching assistants.

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Parents comments welcomed regarding home learning and achievements

Please share news of achievements and progress at home with school staff, ask for a "Did you know" form to complete so we can add to your child's Learning Journal. You are welcome to look through your child's Journal regularly, please ask a member of staff to share this with you and look out for our open events.

Curriculum planning for the half term
Please read the information below to find out what our main topics and learning focus will be for each half-term.
Class weekly newsletter

Story of the week (29.1.18/5.2.18)

This week we will be reading the traditional tale 'Little Red Riding Hood'. We will be exploring other familiar traditional tales such as 'Three Little Pigs' and 'Jack and the Beanstalk' as well. The children will be encouraged to act out these stories as well as create their own versions.

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Story of the week (22.1.19)

'Can't You Sleep Little Bear' by Martin Waddell


We have had a lovely time sharing this story and talking about our own fears. The children changed the characters to robins, hedgehogs and mice and thought about the different things these creatures might be afraid of. Have a go at looking for some woodland creatures while you are out and about!


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Story of the week (8.1.18)

This week we have been reading, retelling and acting out 'The Gruffalo' by Julia Donaldson. Lots of the children are already familiar with this story and really enjoyed being able to recall it word for word by themselves. We had a great time changing the Gruffalo character to our own imaginary beasts.

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First Aid Training

We had a great time learning how to help people at our first aid training. We now know what to do in an emergency to help someone. Here are some photos of us helping our friends and Bobby Bear.

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How to help with early reading

Sounds of the English Phonic Code

Tami Reis-Frankfort, reading specialist and trainer, demonstrates how to pronounce the sounds of the English Phonic Code, when teaching children to read with Synthetic Phonics.

Our classroom
Here are some pictures of our classroom. You can look at these together and talk about the different areas that they have been using.


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