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Reception

Welcome to Reception with Mrs Bates and Mrs Moren.

Mrs Bates           Mrs Moren

 

We have now uploaded our list of 50 things to do before you leave Reception so why not try some of these over the next few weeks? Thank you for all that contributed towards the list! 

Please continue to use purple mash where possible, new timetables and resources will be accessible weekly so don't forget to look out for these on the class resource page - just click the yellow link. 

Reception Home Learning Resources

 

As pupils are now mostly learning from home please check the website frequently for updates. Each Monday we will upload a new timetable on the Reception Home Learning Resources page for you to  download which has ideas of activities that you could do with your child linked to maths, literacy, topic and art. The timetable contains ideas which you could follow if you should wish to do so, you may choose to expand them or change them as you see fit. Many resources can be found on twinkl but you may find that a lot of the activities can be done practically with your child. 

On the Reception Home Learning Resources page you will also find links to various things such as sound mats, letter formation practise and phonics activities. Please look at the EYFS Home Learning Ideas link on this page as it contains ideas which are linked to the 7 areas of the EYFS curriculum and again, most can be done practically with your child. Lastly don't forget to look at the Oxford Owl link as on their website you can have access to free reading books providing you register for free first.

Remember that learning should be fun and that we don't need to sit to be learning. You might do some baking with your child, letting them weigh out the ingredients or you might give them instructions for how to wash the car or plant seeds. 

  

Please see the resources page for further home learning