We have three Reception classes:
R Myers/Allder - Our class teacher are called Mrs Myers and Mrs Allder.
Our teaching assistant is called Mrs Mariani.
R Stoker - Our class teacher is called Miss Stoker.
Our teaching assistant is called Miss Parr.
R Metcalfe - Our class teacher is called Mrs Metcalfe.
Our teaching assistant is called Mrs Windle.
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20 books to read before you leave Early Years
We’re Going On A Bear Hunt
Guess How much I Love You
The Very Hungry Caterpillar
Peace At Last
Harry And The Bucketful Of Dinosaurs
Room on the Broom
The Rainbow Fish
Jack And The Beanstalk
Goldilocks And The Three Bears
The Gingerbread Man
The Little Red Hen
There's a Monster in your Book
R Metcalfe - Autumn Term
We have been following our tree through the seasons of Autumn and Winter.
We have been busy learning our jolly phonics and reading books by Julia Donaldson. Our favourite so far is Room on the Broom.
In math's we have been practicing our repeating patterns using shapes. We have also looked at shape in the environment.
Now we are preparing for Christmas, we have made a stable for our Nativity scene and we are practicing for our Christmas concert.
RStoker - Autumn Term
RStoker adopted a tree on our school field. We studied each tree looking closely at the colours of leaves and the markings on the bark and used this in our decision to vote on which tree we would like. When we returned to class, we looked on the internet to find out the type of tree by looking at the leaf shape and colour. We found out it was a lime tree. We will return to the tree each season to see how it has changed.
In RStoker we have been reading the book Stick Man by Julia Donaldson. We came up with a fun and yummy way to make our own stick man .
Cannon Hall Farm - June 2019
Reception went on their first trip to Cannon Hall in Barnsley. It was an awesome day, all the children (and staff) thoroughly enjoyed themselves looking at and learning about different farm animals. We even saw baby meerkat's (called pups) and in the reptile house we saw a large python and a colony of leaf ants walking along a rope above our heads, along with many other fascinating reptiles.
The weather stayed good for us to eat out lunch outside, although we got a bit wind swept and the children had a great time exploring the outdoor adventure playground and the tube maze.
World Book day in R Metcalfe
We had a great time reading books and sharing stories about our book characters. Which characters can you see?
R Metcalfe exploring the Quad
Children in RMetcalfe had lots of fun trying out our new equipment in the quad area. We have been working on our gross motor skills.
R Metcalfe homework about people who work in our community.
Images below from 2017/2018
POLICE ALERT!!! Children in Reception were visited by Brian our local PCSO along with his police van.
Some of us dressed up as Police and we all got to look in the van, listened to the loud siren and even had a chance to be locked up in the back of the van - luckily he let us back out again!!