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Monday 30th March

Happy Monday Reception! We hope that you are all still smiling and you are taking care of yourselves and your families. It is important to keep busy in the next few weeks - keep your brain and body exercised!!


One way to send a smile to your community is to make a Rainbow and stick it in your window as a reminder for everyone to stay safe and keep smiling. Have you made your rainbow yet? How many colours are there in a Rainbow? Perhaps you can sing the rainbow song? 


Also we have been trying hard to stay active and have been learning to skip, which is really tricky! Can you be a Tryatops and have a go, and not give up? We are also going to try Joe Wick's PE lessons, have you had a go yet?  Let's see if we can all do it everyday. 


This week, we have been working from home to ensure that you will have plenty to do so that all of our hard work continues whilst we are away from school. We will update you on this later this week, so keep checking the Reception page!


Remember to be happy, safe and kind to the people around you!


Take care


Miss Healey & Miss Mayers

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We will be sharing your child's learning from throughout the term on our Evidence Me Learning Journey, so keep checking your emails for updates. If you have not received any observations yet, please let you class teacher know. You can email us at if you are having any issues accessing this.

Welcome to Reception.

In Reception T there is Mrs Skerritt and Miss Birch and in Reception H there is Miss Healey and Miss Edgar. Miss Byrne will also be working across both classes.  Miss Naqvi will be here this year as she starts her teacher training.


PE. Day is Monday.  


Homework should be brought in on  a Monday.




How can you help at home? 

Support your child with their homework. 

Practise their spellings and read with them.

Be on time - we start learning at 8.55am!

The early years of your child's life are incredibly important and define their future. We strive to do the absolute best for every child that walks through our doors.

Here is a guide to the EYFS, if you want to discuss any concerns, questions or seek advice please don't hesitate to come to us.



We follow the Development Matters publication to assess and track the children along with other resources that ensure quality teaching. Here is the Development Matters document it is a very useful read: