STA videosInformation about the baseline assessment for parents
Can you guess what Reception class have been making ready for the Enterprise Event on Friday?
Father Andrew has been to tell us about the special meal that is eaten in the Eucharist.
Mrs Waddington came to tell us about her job as a nurse. We investigated all of the equipment she uses.
Reception class enjoyed their Forest School sessions this week. Their challenge was to build a bridge and act out the story of the 3 Billy Goats Gruff
Reception class were very lucky to have such an interesting and informative afternoon yesterday when Mrs Traynor visited to tell them about being a doctor. The children had to dip into her lucky dip bag to find equipment that doctors use. There were many exciting items to investigate such as a thermometer, stethoscope, sling and even a sample pot (full of apple juice!)
On Wednesday our class enjoyed a session with the football development team. The staff were very impressed by the children's ability to listen and follow instructions! Well done!
We have been developing our fine motor skills this week by practising our letter formation with paintbrushes and water, and also by making as many small, rolled balls as possible with the playdough.
Enjoy your week off and see you on November 4th!
We have started a new morning snack routine with our toast. We have been very careful at pouring our own drinks and tidying our cups and plates away when we have finished.
Some very exciting and investigative learning as been taking place in Reception class with magnets, which all stemmed from the children's interest in how the train set was moving!
Thank you to Reuben and Maisie's Mum who came into school to help us do some planting to brighten our outdoor area.
After reading the story of 'Little Red Hen', we had a go at making our own mini loaves. They looked and smelled delicious!
We have been exploring different ways of moving around and decided to create a short obstacle course with the large outdoor construction.
Mr Latham has started to join us on a Monday afternoon to develop our woodwork skills. We are making a model boat first...more will be revealed in future weeks!
Our 'Handa's Surprise' activities are great fun...
Fabulous teamwork and problem solving from Reception class this week. The pupils had to create a ball run that would cross the wooden crate and fall into a bucket. Some real tests of perseverance and testing to check everything ran smoothly
A wonderful afternoon at church creating the Easter garden for the congregation! We had fun exploring church too!
Reception class took advantage of the sunshine on Wednesday and Thursday to explore our Forest school area. The children decided on their own rules to make Forest School a safe place and showed fantastic team work to build a bear cave. Felix told us that "It's the best day of school ever!" so we had better get our next session organised soon!
Enjoying the warm, spring sunshine by practising our balancing skills!
World Book Day 2019 - We loved reading with Year 3!
Reception Class took part in the 'Balance Bike Festival' this week!
To see our trip to 'Imagine That' please check out the gallery page.
A busy week. We have had visits from a vet and a doctor!
Our funky fingers challenge has been to use chopsticks to move noodles into bowls! The children also made a Chinese lantern or pig! We looked at a Chinese dragon dance and then has a go ourselves. Another challenge this week has been to attempt some Chinese writing to spell out Happy New Year!
As part of our learning about people in our community who are real life heroes, Reception class have had visits from a prison officer and pilot this week. Both of our guests were very engaging and allowed us to explore many role play opportunities. Thank you to our visitors for giving up their time. I wonder who might visit next?
Some fabulous phonics and word building taking place in Reception class this week!
In technology this week we have been using the Beebots!
The Reception children were fortunate to take part in Balance bike training on Monday and Tuesday. Some good technique and competitiveness was witness! Thanks to the Chorley School Sports Partnership for leading the sessions.
This week has been very busy for our Reception class. We have been reading stories and inventing our own Superheroes! Our learning has been focused around the Supertato books and on Thursday afternoon the children even had to free Supertato and the evil peas from the ice!! There was some super discussion, ideas and teamwork!
Reception class have continued their learning about prayer by making some prayer beads this week. All of the children could explain what or who each bead represented in their prayers. Don't they look fantastic!
In our Healthy Cafe Role Play area this week we have enjoyed making raspberry and peach smoothies. We used our chopping and peeling skills and enjoyed drinking the smoothies at snack time!
Reception class have been exploring Islam, particularly making comparisons between Eid and Christmas. They have experienced Islamic prayer and designed their own prayer mats and built model mosques
Our Bears and Prayers Morning
"Funky fingers" We have been tackling lots of challenges to get our fingers working hard.
Our football skills morning, super listening skills Reception!
Mr Latham does woodwork with us!
Our Remembrance Day Writing.
We have been trying really hard to form our letters correctly using our cursive script!
Welcome to Reception Class!
Our Class Trip to Farmer Ted's
We had so much fun at our 'Ugly Bug Ball!'
AlphablocksPlay along with the Alphablocks and have fun with the letters of the alphabet.