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See below a picture of the items you will need to complete our Friday craft!

Monday 8th June

Good Morning Reception. Another week has passed...what have you been up to? Remember you can send us an email to let us know how you are getting on, we love hearing from you!

 

 

This week it seems the sunshine may be leaving us for a short time, but do not worry there is still fun to be had on a rainy day! Get your raincoat and wellies on and go for a short walk if you can! Puddles are the most fun!

 

See below for some lovely ideas from the Muddy Puddle Teacher resources, see how many you can complete! 

 

If you would like some more activities from the Muddy Puddle Teacher, please click the link below for the full home learning pack!

 

Stay safe and remember to stay kind to your loved ones at home.

 

Miss Healey & Miss Mayers

 

Monday 1st June

 

Good Morning Reception! A new month and a new Season! Do you know what season is beginning? Have a talk to your grown up and discuss our lovely seasons! The weather has been beautiful this past week, hopefully you have had chance to enjoy the sunshine either in your garden or on your daily walk!

This week we are setting you a Maths challenge! See below for more information. If you complete the challenge send us a photo and we can share it on our class page to celebrate your wonderful work!

Can you count the pennies?

 

Monday 18th May

Happy Monday Reception! 

Did you know this week is Mental Health Awareness week and this year's theme is Kindness. We would like you to think this week about how you can be kind? What does Kindness mean? What could you do to show Kindness? Have a think about this and send us some photos to our class email for us to share! 

 

Stay safe and stay kind always!

Miss Healey & Miss Mayers

See the picture below for this weeks Friday craft! 

Monday 11th May 

Hello Reception! Welcome to another week! We hope you are all doing ok and keeping busy at home! It know it feels like a very long time since you were last in school, we are missing you all so much! Thank you to those of you who have kept in touch and emailed us to let us know what you have been up to! We've added your photos to our Super Learning below! It has been great to see you are having a go at a range of activities!

I've added some more ideas if your getting stuck, so take a look.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Also remember to take a look at the Video Resource Centre for Miss Birch's Craft Activity every Friday and also the Teachers' Bedtime Stories daily at 6pm. You will find the link on our page...keep scrolling! We hope you enjoy them!

Stay safe and stay kind!

Miss Healey & Miss Mayers

The Friday craft activity is now available for you watch- big thank you to Miss Birch! 

Click on the link below to access.

To keep us all busy at home we have decided to start a Friday craft activity! Visit the class page every Monday to see the resources you'll need in order to complete the craft. 

This week we are going to be making our very own binoculars! Collect all the items in the photograph below and come back on Friday to watch the step by step guide. 

 

Also be sure to use the link below to watch our staff bedtime stories each night at 6pm!

Monday 4th May

 

Good Morning Reception! We hope you a keeping safe and well. It's Monday again and we're in a new Month!

Do you know what month we are now in? ...We are in May! Hopefully the days will start to get a little warmer and the sun will shine for a little longer, Summer is on the way! We have added a Month's of the Year Song which you could have a go at singing to help you learn.

 

Scroll down our page to find it, and join in!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Also this week people all over will be celebrating a very special day on Friday 8th May, do you know what it is?

 

It is called 'VE Day' or also known as Victory in Europe Day!

 

It's a special day where people celebrate our country becoming

a safe place again after the war. People like to decorate their

houses in red, white and blue decorations and remember all

the brave soldiers who helped keep people safe. I've added 

some more information about Victory in Europe Day which your grown you can read to you!

 

 

 

 

Here are some craft activities you may enjoy making to help you celebrate this special day! You may want to make a flag or some bunting to put in your window. The resources below are from the Twinkl website who are still offering free subscription, using the code CVDTWINKLHELPS.  Do not worry if you can't access this website, you can make most of these things with just a piece of paper!

Remember you can send an email to us so you can keep in touch and let us know what you are getting up to. If you would like to send photos, we can add them to our class page.

We hope you have a lovely week and stay happy, stay kind and stay safe!

 

Miss Healey & Miss Mayers

 

Months of the Year Song

Here is our "Months of the Year Song" - a fun folk song to help kids learn all 12 months of the year. Mother Hen sings the first verse alone so the kids can ...

Monday 27th April

Good Morning Reception! Hope you are all doing well, keeping safe and happy! Thank you so much to those of you who have got in touch and sent us an email with your fantastic work and lovely photos. It is great to see you are keeping busy and working hard every day. I've added the pictures to our page so take a look!

 

I know it is a difficult time and you may be missing your friends and family but you are all doing an amazing job and staying safe which is very important right now. I have been listening to some music this week which helps me keep positive. I've added one our songs we were learning in Music, 'Lovely Day' by Bill Withers. Maybe you could teach it to your family and spread some music cheer! 

 

We have also included some activities for you to try indoors, there are 100! How many have you already tried?

 

Don't forget you can send an email to let us know what you are up to! We love hearing from you! Thank you to Greater, Killian, Quinton, Quiana, Amber H, Samuel M, Oscar, Ocean and David who have emailed us so far! 

 

We hope you have a lovely day and stay happy, stay kind and stay safe! 

Miss Healey & Miss Mayers

 

 

 

 

 

Lovely Day, Bill Withers

Monday 20th April

 

Happy Monday Reception!

We hope you are all doing well and have enjoyed Easter Celebrations with your families. I have been keeping busy by baking and enjoying the sunshine in the garden. I have made some chocolate nest cakes using the chocolate from my Easter Eggs. Perhaps you would like to have a go? They are super easy to make. 

Here are the things you will need;

-Chocolate (to melt)

-Cornflakes or Rice Crispies (or any other cereal you have)

-Smarties for decorating  (you can leave these off if you don't have any)

-Paper cake cases or baking tray

 

1.Firstly melt the chocolate, a grown up must help you with this part as it can get hot!

2. When the chocolate is melted, mix in the cereal making sure it is all covered in the chocolate.

3. Next spoon the mixture into the cases. 

4. Sprinkle any decorations on the top.

5. Leave to set in the fridge for an hour.

6. Finally, enjoy your chocolate nest cakes!

 

 

 

 

 

I have also been enjoying spending time in the sunshine and have potted some flowers in plant pots and I'm really looking forward to watching them grow! I've potted them in soil carefully and think that's everything? If you think you know what I need to do next to look after my flowers you can let me know, send your ideas to our email address! 

 

I've also spotted some other signs of Spring in my garden this week, the leaves are beginning to grow on the trees! I've added a checklist you can have a go with, either in your own garden or on your daily walk if possible. 

 

It's also really fun to gather any natural items and put them into a collage! Remember not to pick anything without asking your grown up first. Also remember to choose items which are already fallen on the ground, rather than picking flowers which are already growing! If you make a natural collage, remember to send us a photo, we would love to see them!

 

 

Here's my attempt! What do you think? I'm sure you could have a try and they would be fantastic! 

 

Remember you can email us with anything you make or do at home. Ask a grown up to send your photos to our email address, or even if you would like to just write a message to say hello, we love hearing from you!

 

Well done to Ocean, David and Oscar who have been in touch so far, it has been great to see what you are enjoying doing at home. Our email address is R@holytrinity.manchester.sch.uk. please get in touch!

 

 

 

 

 

       

 

 

                       

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

STAY IN TOUCH!

 

We have a new email address!

 

You can email us pictures of anything you have created at home, or if you would just like to send us a message letting us know how you are doing. It would be great to see what you are up to!

 

Send your messages to R@holytrinity.manchester.sch.uk and we will reply to you as soon as we can.

 

We look forward to hearing from you soon!

 

Miss Healey & Miss Mayers

 

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

I can sing a rainbow | Early Years - Nursery Rhymes

Suitable for teaching 0-5s. An animated and subtitled version of the popular nursery rhyme, I Can Sing a Rainbow. Subscribe for more Early Years clips from B...

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 R@holytrinity.manchester.sch.uk. 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:

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