WELCOME TO RECEPTION 2018/19!
Welcome to the Reception Class at Mersey Vale Primary School!
This fantastic page will allow us to share our
- class news
- pictures of things we have done
- examples of work we are proud of
- class display work
- homework information
- weekly spellings/key words
- class and school events…………………………………………………..and lots more!
Mrs S. Edwards – Reception Class Teacher (Monday – Thursday)
Miss K. Bunting – Reception Class Teacher (Friday)
Mrs E. Harrison – Teaching Assistant (Monday – Friday)
Mrs T. Daniels – Teaching Assistant (Wednesday pm, Thursday am)
Mrs R. Abdul – Teaching Assistant (Wednesday pm)
Mrs S. Naeem – Bilingual Teaching Assistant (Tuesday)
Summer term in Reception
Welcome to the first half of our Summer term where our new topic is all about FOOD. Over the next half term we will be looking different types of fruit and vegetables, healthy and unhealthy foods and our favourite meals. We will be studying the texts Supertato by Sue Hendra and looking at the many adventures he goes on through the five books in the series. We will look at th characters he meets and the challenges he faces. We will be looking at what it is to be a superhero, their special powers and the missions they go on.
In phonics we will be focusing on phase 3 digraphs and trigraphs. We will be learning the new sounds and discussing the words that contain those sounds. We will be developing our reading skills by practising blending and segmenting sounds to read while words. We will then use these skills to develop our writing by working on using the correct letter formation and holding our pencils correctly to begin to form simple sentences, using the key words we already know.
This half term in maths we will be consolidating our number skills by working on recognising, forming and counting numbers 1-20. We will be secure at knowing what is one more and one less than a number 1-20′ as well as adding two sets of objects together to get a whole amount. We will be looking at number bonds to understand different ways of making five and ten.
In our PE sessions we will be continuing to learn new skills with sports coach, Tom. We have been working on finding a space in a large area, keeping safe and listening to instructions. We have been learning the skills of growing and catchingbean bags and balls, on our own and with a partner.
Keep a look out for new and exciting photographs to come….
- In writing please keep remembering capital letters, full stops, finger spaces and writing our letters the correct size on a line.
- In phonics we are working on phase 3 sounds. Please use the sound mat we sent home.
- Practise your reading at home, we will read in school weekly and change your books once you know it. Please bring book bags in daily with your reading book and reading record books in them.
- Homework is sent out on a Wednesday and needs to be completed and brought in by the following Wednesday. It is encouraged that your child completes this themselves with an adult to support. More information on this will be sent out nearer the time.
- Library book day is Thursday. Please ensure you bring your library book back every Thursday to swap for a new one.
- PE is every Tuesday. Please make sure your child has a full kit with clothes suitable for outdoors. All items must be labelled. It is expected that all PE kits will be brought into school on a Monday and taken home on a Friday to be washed. More information on this will be sent out nearer the time.
Includes: Important information for parents and carers of children in EYFS and getting your child ready for school.
Guidance re: your child’s learning and development in the early years foundation stage.
Jolly phonics song, to remember phase 2 and 3 letter sounds.
We use this game in school to read and recognise key (CVC) words, and match it to the picture shown. Have a go at home!
The children use this splat square to count and recognise numbers. Have a go at home!
These are just some of the maths games we play in class. The children know how to count the actions, objects or sounds. Some of the harder games are adding or subtracting numbers. Have a go at home!