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Reception K

Welcome to Reception K

Hip, Hip, Hooray - We have all had our first day!!

 

Reading

All children will now have a reading book and yellow reading record.

We will begin to give children picture books which will lead on to books with short words and sounds they have been learning in school.

 

Picture books are a great way to introduce children to using a book, holding it carefully, using pictures to tell a story and understanding the sequence of a story. We ask that reading records and books are returned the following Thursday with a comment about how your child enjoyed and got on with their book. We will then be able to change these books, read with your child and give them a new book for the week on Friday.

 

‘Star Moments’

We would love to hear about all the amazing things your child can do at home. For example, getting dressed by themselves, helping with jobs at home, recognising numbers and letters etc. Please help yourself to any ‘Star Moment’ stars as we would like you to use these to write something that your child has achieved outside of school. There will be a special box out every day for you to post these slips into so that we can share them with all the children and put them up on display to be proud of.

 

 

Important Information

 

  • Reception K PE day is every Tuesday morning.

  • Please bring your child's reading book and reading record book into school every Thursday.

  • Star of the Week and Work of the Week is given out every Friday.

The classroom door is always open if you would like to speak to us or look at your child’s work, feel free to pop in.

 

smiley Miss Kemp and Mrs Sutcliffe smiley

 

 

Autumn 1

In Reception, we will begin a journey of learning which will be filled with lots of fun and laughter! Please check our page regularly to see pictures and updates of what we have been getting up to!

 

Elmer’s Adventure through the Enchanted Forest!

 

The children have thoroughly enjoyed our adventure this term. It all started of with the children going on a walk through a mysterious forest and finding a huge house, where they met a very colorful Elephant named Elmer. We listened to a conversation Elmer had with his mummy, he told her he was very sad because he only had 5 weeks till his 5th birthday party and he had made no friends yet. Reception quickly stepped in and told Mumma Elephant they will become Elmer’s friends, so they started to tell Elmer all about themselves so he would be glad to have 21 very caring friends. This included: painting pictures of themselves and their friends and telling Elmer about the different fruits they liked by tasting them.

 

Even after all their hard work, Elmer was still upset as he told them they are humans and very different to him, they also live in the Middleton and not the Enchanted Forest. Therefore the children decided that Elmer needed to go for a long walk through the Enchanted Forest to look for some animals friends. The children helped Mumma Elephant pack a lunch for Elmer, as he may have got hungry along the way. Elmer and the children then set off through the Enchanted Forest to find him some animal friends!

 

After a walk through the trees, listening to the birds and watching the fairies, the children and Elmer heard a weeping noise coming from a waterfall. When they arrived, they found a Hippo named Harry stuck by a rock. The children pretended to be fireman, policeman, vets and press to help rescue the Hippo. The children also made signs to stop people or any more animals entering the waterfall as the trees were overgrown and it was too dangerous. Harry was so thankful to Elmer for getting the help and they instantly became friends.

 

The following week, Elmer and Harry set of through the Enchanted Forest looking for more friends. They soon found, Gerry the Giraffe stuck in some sinking sand and straight away with help from the children roleplaying as vets, policemen, firemen and press again, they quickly rescued her. The children really enjoyed pretending to pull her out of the sand and rebuilding the wall! They were also very happy to see Elmer smiling and laughing with his two new friends.

Now Elmer had some friends it was time to organise his birthday so he went to find the Gruffalo (the best party planner in the forest-told by Gerry the Giraffe)! He hunted around the Enchanted Forest (school) and still couldn't find him, so the children helped by making posters and pictures of him, so everybody in the enchanted forest knew what he looked like and could help Elmer find him. Thankfully it wasn’t long till mouse found him while shopping. The Gruffalo quickly went to Elmer’s house and started planning the party. They didn’t have long so really needed the children’s help to get everything ready so Reception K made lists of the things Elmer still needed to do including making lots of decorations and baking food for the party!

 

Elmer’s 5th birthday soon arrived and the children loved coming dressed up to school in their costumes, as animals from the enchanted forest. It was a busy day preparing the party and getting all the food ready, but the children loved it and really enjoyed playing pass the parcel with Elmer. Most of all the children loved having their family members and friends come to the party and enjoy all the scrumptious food with them!

Mumma Elephant thanked the children the next day for giving Elmer the best 5th birthday party EVER and finding him two very special friends, he was now a very happy, colourful elephant!

 

Winnee's Winter Adventure

 

This term the children will be helping Winnee the Witch in her potion shop making potions for the people who live in her town, Cats Whiskers. Some of you may already know Winne the Witch as she is in the story ‘Room on the Broom’.

More information will be added as the adventure unfolds...

 

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