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Class Information

Reception Egyptians Mrs Davey and Mrs Witmore

Reception Stone-Age Mrs Ryan and Miss Taylor

Mrs Adams will work in the classes in the afternoon.

RS will visit the library on Tuesdays.

RE will visit the library on Wednesdays.

PE for both classes will take place on Friday.

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This week we are learning ...

This week we will be continuing using the book “Lost and Found” by Oliver Jeffers to help us find out about animals that live in cold places.

As Wonderful Writers we will…  Practise holding pencils correctly to enable us to form letters. Practise forming the letter ‘g’ in our cursive font. We will segment and blend the sounds in words to write labels or sentences to describe our painted penguins.

As Magnificent Mathematicians we will… Begin to add two single digit numbers together. We will use equipment to help us add numbers. Read number sentences and write the answer in. We will also try to explain the methods we have used.

As awesome athletes we will … Develop independence in changing for PE. Discuss the rules for PE. We will link our learning to Chinese New Year to complete a Chinese Dragon Dance.

As resilient readers we will… read our reading books to an adult, read books in the linked provision, read some books with KinderRoo and practise the words in our word pouches.

As computing experts we will … Operate simple equipment including our CD players, learning what each button stands for.  We will complete the Maths Monster app on the Ipads





As phenomenal phonics experts we are learning new letter sounds, . We will be completing activities to help us learn these sounds and how to write the letter which makes the sound.

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Tricky words we have learnt our…..

I, the, to, go, no, into, he, she, we, me, be, you, are, my


Image result for calendar cartoonStay and Play Spring 2020 Dates

21st January 2020 Writing
6th February 2020 Shapes
3rd March 2020 Language
19th March 2020 Fine Motor Skills
31st March 2020 See child’s work so far

Other dates for your diary:

27th March 2020 – Trip to Easton Farm Park, more details to follow via Parentmail.


We love to share your child’s learning with you on Tapestry. This app is able to be purchased through the app store and can be used on most smartphones and tablet devices. You can also access Tapestry through your web brower on the computer. Please do not share photos from Tapestry on social media. If you have any questions about Tapestry please come and speak to Mrs Davey or Mrs Ryan.

Parent Helpers Welcome! We welcome parents into school, to help our children to improve their reading skills.  If you are able to spare a morning or an afternoon, on a regular basis, please let your child’s teacher know.  We are very appreciative of your additional support, and it makes a huge difference to the children’s learning.  We would love you to come and join us!  Tea and coffee provided too! Reading Challenge Image result for bookworm reading a book clipart Don’t forget to read for 5 minutes, 5 times a week!  Your reading Challenge Slip must be returned on MONDAY MORNING so the ‘scores on the doors’ can be collated by class teachers during registration and sent to the school office.   A KS1 class has never topped the leader board!  We need 75% of our classes to read to meet Mrs Ashford’s challenge.  Class Prizes available too.  Come on EYFS let’s keep reading!


In the Spring term we will develop our number knowledge and introduce numbers 1-20. Children need to be able to …

  • Count reliably from 1-20.
  • Place numbers 1-20 in order.
  • Say which number is 1 more or one less than a given number (1-20).
  • Begin to use vocabulary involved with adding and subtracting.

Along with number knowledge children also need to be able to:

  • Name and recognise 2d and 3d shapes.
  • Describe the position of themselves using words such as ‘next to’ and ‘behind’.
  • Order items based on their height, length, weight or capacity.
  • Use objects to create patterns and build models.
  • Use vocabulary related to time and money.

We love singing our counting songs here are some links to some so you can sing them at home: