Welcome to Reception
This week we welcomed everyone back to school and continued with our topic People who help us. We learnt all about shop keepers , and all the different jobs that they do .Our book focus this week was I went to the Zoopermarket. The children wrote shopping lists using sounds mats. In Re we learnt about how we are all different and how God loves us all. In Maths we introduced money to the children and counted using coins.
Week Beginning – 09.11.2020
This week we will continue to learn about People who help us , and will be focusing on the Post office
In Literacy we will be reading the book The Jolly Postman. The children will be writing their own letters.
In Maths we will be continuing to learn about money and how we can pay for items using different coins.
In RE we will be learning about Diwali.
In Phonics we will be continuing to learn the Read Write Inc sounds.
- The children will all be bringing home a reading book this week.
- As the weather is cold please ensure that your child has a coat in school each day, as we go outside everyday.
Well done we have made it! I know that this year may not have been in any way what we expected but I hope that you have all managed to keep learning and creating at home. This is the last of your home learning set on the blog, please continue to take part in activities with your families over the summer and make sure you practice reading.
This weeks online learning videos from the oak national academy are linked below;
Please continue to access Ruth Miskins live phonics lessons daily. Be aware that there are several different videos for children at different stages of the read write inc phonics programme, please ensure that you access the video which is relevant to your child’s level of phonics.
Please also allow your child time to practice their phonics knowledge through games using the websites listed below and also through reading books.
It has been wonderful having you all in reception, you have all done an amazing job and learnt so much. Myself (Miss Hopper), Miss Panayi, Miss McGrath, and Mrs Banitsiotis are going to miss you all very much and we wish you all good luck in Year 1.