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What a monster-ly good Wednesday!

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Wednesday 30th September 2020

What a busy and exciting day we have had today continuing to look at our feelings. We have been looking at the book The Colour Monster by Anna Llenas. The children have used their fine-motor skills following patterns on the different monsters and have created their own monsters on the painting and cutting and sticking table. 

In maths, we have been sorting and matching buttons. The children chose different ways to group the buttons. Some chose to group them by size, colour and the number of holes in the middle of the buttons. 


On the cutting and sticking table, the children used different coloured paper to create their very own monsters. They had to use scissors to make arms, legs, eyes and other features they wanted on their monsters before sticking them together with glue. How friendly they all look!

In painting, the children used different brushstrokes and blended colours together to make their own creations. 

What a monster-tastic day we have had today! 

Miss H x

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Hello Reception Class Autumn week 3

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We had great fun in the woods using natural materials in the woods to make 'people'.

Food faces. Thank-you to those parents who have paid a voluntary contribution towards our cooking activities. We have a student starting with us next week who will be cooking/baking with children every week.

Well hello everyone,

 The children have had a super time getting to know each other, ourselves and our school rules over the last couple of weeks and we now feel they are all settled and ready for the  start of their learning journey.

Your child's learning  journey is a long one (14 years and maybe more!) so please don't put pressure on your-self or your child if they are working at a different level to other at this time. I believe everyone has their own super powers and our system does not always celebrate aspects such as creativity, kindness, resilience and communication which as just some of the powerful skills we need to have as a nation to progress. Education is very individual journey and your child will make progress and develop when they are physically an emotionally ready.

Just enjoy this new school experience together and support your child in the ways they need. Most days it will be a big hug and a story.

We are always here to help so an email;

or phone call or pop in at the end of the day is easier for a quick chat.


Mrs Oddy, Mrs Hemimgway and Miss Hemimgway.

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Last Friday Gallery!

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I can't believe that we have made it! What a year it has been full of surprises! We have had a dino-tastic week in school learning about different dinosaurs, den building and even having socially distanced visits from Matilda and Xander! On behalf of the whole Reception Team, we would like to thank every single parent, carer and of course the children for their hard work, determination and dedication throughout the whole year! You have made us all very proud to say we have been your teachers! 

We managed to get a socially distanced class photo when Xander and Matilda came to visit ... 

Here are just a few photos to show you what we have been up to during the week ... 

We have been doing lots of art with Rob Biddulph so if you would like to have a go, here is the link ...

Again, thank you for everything! Have a marvelous summer, stay safe but most importantly, have fun! 


Miss H and The Reception Team xxx

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Home Learning Thursday 16th July

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Well it's the penultimate day for us all today.

We would just like to say a massive:


What a fantastic set of parents and children we have had this year.

Well done to all of you in supporting your child at home, working your day job and just surviving the day to day uncertainty in these unprecedented times.

We will never forget the class of 2020!

We wish you all the best for the future and have a wonderful summer break.

Enjoy your summer holidays you all thoroughly deserve it.

Mrs Oddy, Mrs Hemingway, Miss Hemingway and Mrs Cooper.

Thursday 16th July


 Go noodle/Yoga (cosmic Yoga) or just walk round the garden.

PHONICS  and Reading

Handwriting: gGqQ

 I, the, to, love no, go, my, by, he, me, be, we, she, of, said, you  saw  how   was  they some come  are water who want  was your saw they walk talk

 all, small, tall, call What Why : New There where

9.30  am    set 1 sounds for recap   ir 







 Writing – A set of instructions.What we need to build a den?


Play the double dice game with one dice. E.g Roll 5 double is 10.

The children need to say what is double that number.

 They then draw the corresponding part of the rocket. It’s a bit like beetle drive.

Problem solving.

Children then can explore Half of a number.

There are two rockets’ 10/20 children.

 The number of children can change depends on the child’s ability.

Try an odd number does it work? Do the rockets have the same number?


Den building and Scavenger Hunt

Go on a dinosaur hunt / scavenger hunt finding objects and clues.


Mrs Oddy, Mrs Cooper, Mrs Hemingway and Miss Hemingway 

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Home Learning 15th Wednesday July

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Wednesday 15th July


Go noodle/ Yoga (cosmic Yoga) or just walk round the garden.

PHONICS  and Reading

 Handwriting: aAbB

 I, the, to, love no, go, my, by, he, me, be, we, she, of, said, you  saw  how   was  they some come  are water who want  was your saw they walk talk

 all, small, tall, call what why: where there

9.30  am    set 1 sounds for recap air  

I can sit on a chair. I have fun at the fair.

Writing about make a packed lunch for the dinosaur’s picnic.

Write a list of food. And design the sandwiches.



White Rose. Week 6th July


Adding one more to a group of objects up to 16.

Children represent the group of objects as on the IWB.

They then get one more and write down this number.

Continue with the IWB and then complete one more one less problems.

Sarah has 5 sweets and ate one how many left?

Farm browns animals

 2 dogs on the farm

There are twice as many pigs as dogs.

There are twice as many horses than dogs

There are 6 more sheep than horses.

How many altogether?

How pop them into 4 fields.

How many of each animal in each field?


Dinosaur activties.

We are drawing dinosaurs and painting them; reasearching and making modles of dinosaurs with natural material or clay. 


Mrs Oddy

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