Home learning 5th July-
PLease see sheet in school bags, i cant wait to see how creative you have been!
Have a fun weekend!
1- dress up in warm clothes
2-play out in the snow
4-make some snow angels
5-make a snow person or sculpture
6-throw a snowball or two.....
7-Take some photographs and load them onto your HWB account
8-when youve had enough, go inside and warm up with a hot chocolate
9-Enjoy reading a book on World Book day
10-Treasure the memories of playing in the snow and stay safe!
Have a lovely weekend, i cant wait to hear all of your snowy stories!
Home learning 9th February-
Wow what another busy week!
We are very excited about our trip to the farm next week!
Home learning this week, is linked to our "Internet safety" activities this week, we discussed people who help us to keep safe.
Can you draw and label somebody that is importasnt to you, using jit5 on the hwb. If you cant get online, please using an alternative method.
Have a lovely weekend, Mrs Walsh
Our reading is developing beautifully. This week i would like you to draw me your favourite book on the sheet provided(be as creative as you like) and if you can, take a picture of you reading it for our classroom library display ( these can be uploaded to hwb if that helps) We will be sharing these in circle time next week.
As part of internet safety week, can you also create a logo?
Have a fun filled weekend! Mrs Walsh
This week we have been thinking about animals and their natural habitats. I would like the children to choose one animal and create its natural habitat using either an old shoe box, an empty ice-cream tub, a cereal box etc. Be as creative as you can and have fun! We will be using these in our learning on Tuesday afternoon.
Many thanks, have a lovely weekend, Mrs Walsh
We have been learning all about our senses, find a place to sit either in your house or outside. Can you draw what you can see, smell and heasr?
Have a lovely weekend! Mrs Walsh
Happy new year! Hope you all had a very enjoyable Christmas? It has been lovely hearing all about it from the children!
Please find below our class newsletter for the term,
Mrs K Walsh
Wow, what a lovely busy term it has been! All of your children have settled into school life amazingly well. They are a delight to teach; we have really enjoyed getting to know them and are throughly enjoying watching them grow in all areas, what a privilege!
Thank you all for your very kind and generous gifts, it is very much apprciated.
Have a wonderful holiday, wishing you all a very Merry Christmas!
Mrs Walsh and Miss Brocklehurst
What a super busy week! We are throughly enjoyed the countdown to CHristmas"
Reception have been working so hard! They have retold the story of "The Gingerbread man", learnt how to pay for items in our class "Gingerbread" shop and have throughly enjoyed exploring our sense of "sight".
Homelearning- how much money?
Have a wonderful weekend, get lots of rest ready for a very busy, exciting week!
Home learning- 30/11/2017
decorate your bauble ready to decorate our class Christmas tree!
This week we have been sorting, grouping and describing different objects. Collect a soft object and a hard object, draw them carefully in your home learning books and if you can bring your treasure in for us all to share on our investigation station.
Have a wonderful weekend! Mrs Walsh
Reception are working so hard with their sounds, they have been learning how to say them correctly, recognise them, blend them together to help them read and use their knowledge in their writing. I am extremely proud!
As a phase we use "letters and sounds" to support our children. Please have a look at the website below for some useful hints of how to support your child and some interactive games too, we love playing in school!
Our phonics workshop will be after school on the 11th January where you will be able to experience how your child learns!
Week 9 home learning-
Using our formation rhymes to remind you, practise your numbers. What can you find to use? Mrs Walsh loves mud and sticks! Have fun!
Penguin 1- wipe away his dirty mark
Ticklish 2- start at her beak, around her head, down her long neck and across to her tail
Butterfly 3- around her top wing, around her bottom wing
Feathery 4-start at his head, down his long neck and dont forget his legs
Frisky 5- start at her ears, down her short neck and around her tummy. Back to her ears, to her nose
Snappy 6-start at the tip of his tail, down and around
Spotty 7-start at her nose, scratch her face and down her neck
Amazing 8- start at her eye, around her head, past her legs and back around
Naughty 9- around his face, past his trunk and staright to his ear. Down to his toes
Tiger 10- atart at his tail and go straight down. Staart at his ears and all the way around.
Wow, what a busy half term it has been. Your children have made an amazing start to their school journey and we are very proud of them. Thank you for all your support and lovely feedback.
Have a wonderful half term!
Mrs Walsh and Miss Brocklehurst
Week 8 home learning- part 2
Explore poridrwystori.org.uk and fill in the daily weather calendar during half term. Bring them back to school to share and compare different weather.
Week 7- Homelearning
Collect 5 conkers, leaves or sticks. How many different ways can you make an addition number sentence?
e.g 4+1=5 3+2=5
Record your number sentence in any way you wish in your homelearning books.
Have a lovely weekend!
Week 6- Home learning activity
Week 5 has been another busy week, we've been learning all about shapes and their properties. We are planning a party for Goldilocks and we've been exploring more of how we change as we grow.
Next week we will be exploring our local area, investigating pattern and having a party! We can't wait!
Have a lovely weekend!
Don't forget your baby photos Reception class!
Welcome to our new reception class!
We are all settling in beautifully and learning all about our new surroundings and routines!
Please check in with our page regularly to find out what we have been doing and any key information.
Thank you, Mrs Walsh
Reception have been working hard learning their sounds. So far we have learnt:
Please continue to practise these at home individually and "Fred talking" CVC words too!