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New Reception Parents- powerpoint of meeting held 12.07.21

Play Projects and Wonderful Outdoor Spaces

Hand Washing Song -please sing this with your child when they wash their hands at home

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Collective worship at home

All collective worship at home documents are now saved under Remote Education Extra.

Welcome to Reception!

 

Please see Tapestry for regular updates about your child's learning

PE Days are now Tuesday and Friday

 

Oak Class


Teacher: Miss Goodman

Support Staff: Miss Elaine, Mrs Gratwick, Mrs Wayne and Mrs Eastwood,

Supply Cover: Monday morning - Mrs Gratwick

 

P.E. Days: Tuesdays and Fridays


We are still encouraging your children to wash their hand thoroughly and regularly to help stop spread the virus. Please remind them to wash their hands as soon as they come home from school too.

 

Please make sure your child is in weather appropriate clothing as we are outside every day come rain or shine! (do they need, welly boots/rain coat/sun hat/warm coat/ sun cream)

We enjoyed this song on world ocean day, learning the names of the 5 oceans. We also thought about the adventures of a turtle who got tangled in a plastic bag (don't worry he got free in the end!)

http://www.viewpure.com/vfv7TF9RHbY?start=0&end=0

 

If you would like to see an over view of the phonics and maths focus for each week this half term - please see the PDF document entitled "Phonics and Number Summer 2nd half 2021" above.

 

 

Two websites for books that come highly recommended are:

https://readon.myon.co.uk/ (a huge online library)

https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/(books here can be browsed by age range)

 

 

If you are looking for more physical activity for your child, I would recommend:

https://www.youthsporttrust.org/60-second-physical-activity-challenges

for some simple PE challenges, focussed on personal bests. They include things like "how many times can you pass a ball around your tummy without dropping it in 60 seconds?" Some require equipment e.g. a beanbag and a hoop, if you don't have these at home, you could always improvise with a balled up sock and a skipping rope/belt laid out in a circle/ draw a circle in chalk.

 

 

The section at the very bottom of this page is full of stories and songs that the children might enjoy, some of which they will recognise from school (so far we've enjoyed the jolly phonics songs and the big number song together as a class.)

 

 

Doubles Song - http://www.viewpure.com/At0quRa90rs?start=0&end=0

 

 


If any of the links on this page do not work - please let us know in school, there is an occasional technical hitch, which we would be eager to solve if it ever crops up. 
Do you have any ideas for this page? Why not let your teacher know!
Have you seen the Kids' Zone? Play games and visit some cool websites.

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