Our class is the Reception class and we have just started school.
Our Teacher: Mrs C Pook
Learning Assistant: Mrs A Rainsford
In our class there are 15 children.
We follow the EYFS curriculum which is made up of 7 areas of learning, We learn lots of new skills through indoor and outdoor continuous provision. We focus on a range of skills such as sharing and turn taking, learning how to dress ourselves and developing our communication and language skills.
In our class we participate in small group work and in whole class sessions. We learn lots of new skills like Phonics where we learn to read and write and we also do lots of practical number work using Numicon which aids us to develop our knowledge of numbers to 20.
Curriculum Long Term Planning
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Autumn Term Second Half Topic Resources
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- Goldilocks and the Three Bears
- The Three Little Pigs
- The Billy Goats Gruff
- The Gingerbread Man
Class 1 Recommended Reading
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|ST AGNES CLASS 1 RECEPTION RECOMMENDED READING LIST||[pdf 339KB]|
Things to Remember - Autumn Term Second Half
Red school planners need to be in school each day so they can be checked.
Red sound and number folders needs to be in school bags each day so they can be updated when a new sound or number is added.
Friday Afternoon – P.E day. Children must have a full P.E Kit in school. The children have daily lessons in the outdoor environment with a focus on each area of the curriculum. We will continue developing our fine and gross motor skills in both the indoor and outdoor environments and during P.E sessions we will learn a range of different dance routines.
Children may be expected to read each day so school reading books should be in red bags.
Star badges must be worn on uniform each day.
Rewards and Recognition
In our class we get stars for our good behaviour we are all in different houses and when we get a star we take it to our house, we try really hard to get stars because if our house gets the most stars at the end of the year we get to go on a trip. We wear different coloured star badges to represent which house we are in and we wear these with pride. We receive stickers for good behaviour and get to choose a prize from the special box if we do something really good.