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Olaf has been helping us to use ‘positional language’. Where is Olaf... the children have had to use their language to describe where Olaf is! We then played a game with our partners, following the instruction the children had to stand in the correct position. We had lots of fun!

Olaf has been helping us to use ‘positional language’. Where is Olaf... the children have had to use their language to describe where Olaf is! We then played a game with our partners, following the instruction the children had to stand in the correct position. We had lots of fun!  1

A busy week at school learning about the weather... the children have been creating their own weather map and labelling it. We have been learning all about capital letters and their names, forming capital letters and putting the alphabet in the correct order. Following children’s interests, the children have been creating using an independent learning space. They are able to self access, select their own resources, use tools for a purpose and create!

A busy week at school learning about the weather... the children have been creating their own weather map and labelling it. We have been learning all about capital letters and their names, forming capital letters and putting the alphabet in the correct order. Following children’s interests, the children have been creating using an independent learning space. They are able to self access, select their own resources, use tools for a purpose and create!  1

The children at St Anne’s have been involved in a day of art using images of St Anne. In Reception we started our day with a collective worship all about St Anne and then helped each other to produce a fabulous piece of art. Our art work all about St Anne and our school will be displayed in St Anne’s Church for all to see. Here’s a sneak preview...

The children at St Anne’s have been involved in a day of art using images of St Anne. In Reception we started our day with a collective worship all about St Anne and then helped each other to produce a fabulous piece of art. Our art work all about St Anne and our school will be displayed in St Anne’s Church for all to see. Here’s a sneak preview...  1

2019: Balance Bike Training The children in Reception had a fantastic opportunity last week. We had balance bike training. Lots of children were speedy and Raj the trainer was impressed with our outstanding behaviour and biking skills 👍🏻

2019: Balance Bike Training  The children in Reception had a fantastic opportunity last week. We had balance bike training. Lots of children were speedy and Raj the trainer was impressed with our outstanding behaviour and biking skills 👍🏻 1

We have been involved in the ‘Reverse Advent Calander’ as part of our Mac Experience. We have been donating towards the local ‘Food Bank’, giving to others. In Reception we had to collect the food from the other classes and put it together at the collection point in the hall. We also decided to have a ‘random act of kindness’ Christmas tree this year. We all had an act of kindness to carry out during Advent.

We have been involved in the ‘Reverse Advent Calander’ as part of our Mac Experience. We have been donating towards the local ‘Food Bank’, giving to others. In Reception we had to collect the food from the other classes and put it together at the collection point in the hall. We also decided to have a ‘random act of kindness’ Christmas tree this year. We all had an act of kindness to carry out during Advent.  1

Advent: We are busy preparing in Reception for the birth of a very special baby. The children have made their own advent wreath and we have been opening our chocolate Advent calanders too.

Advent: We are busy preparing in Reception for the birth of a very special baby. The children have made their own advent wreath and we have been opening our chocolate Advent calanders too.  1

This week in Reception we have used the outside learning environment to learn all about a famous artist and sculpture. Andy Goldsworthy only uses natural resources to create his fantastic sculptures. The children have been creating their own sculptures, wrapping sticks for fine motor development, leaf rubbing, making clay hedgehogs and playing leaf angels. We have worked collaboratively with our Nursery children and have all enjoyed being outside.

This week  in Reception we have used the outside learning environment to learn all about a famous artist and sculpture. Andy Goldsworthy only uses natural resources to create his fantastic sculptures. The children have been creating their own sculptures, wrapping sticks for fine motor development, leaf rubbing, making clay hedgehogs and playing leaf angels. We have worked collaboratively with our Nursery children and have all enjoyed being outside.    1
This week  in Reception we have used the outside learning environment to learn all about a famous artist and sculpture. Andy Goldsworthy only uses natural resources to create his fantastic sculptures. The children have been creating their own sculptures, wrapping sticks for fine motor development, leaf rubbing, making clay hedgehogs and playing leaf angels. We have worked collaboratively with our Nursery children and have all enjoyed being outside.    2

Our First Parent Project was a huge success. During half term our families in Reception have been creating their own Scarecrows linked to the story ‘The Scarecrows Wedding’. The children were delighted to see everyone’s fantastic efforts today.

Thank you to everyone who has made a scarecrow so far. 

 

This half term we will be learning about the job of a scarecrow, harvest,

autumn, Diwali, fireworks, pattern, vegetable soup, numbers 1-20 and learning new sounds.

 

We always have fun times in Reception!

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