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Cookley Sebright Primary School

'Developing a love of learning at the heart of the community'

Reception


Welcome to Reception Class

Class Teacher: Miss Allardice.

Teaching Assistants: Mrs Broadhurst(Monday) and Mrs Roath (Tuesday-Friday).

Forest School Leader: Mrs Oliver (Wednesday afternoon).

 

Welcome to Reception. Our classroom is full of fun, imaginative, creative and educational learning. The children are provided with lots of opportunities to develop their learning across all areas of the curriculum. Throughout this year, children are taught the necessary skills needed to support school life, such as routines, boundaries and expectations.

 

By being provided with lots of child initiated activities and free choice, the children are able to develop their own personal interests along with exploring new interests daily. Alongside this, we work with the children 1:1 and in small groups daily on focus areas such as maths, writing and reading.

 

As a point of contact during lunchtime, the children in reception class are supported by Mrs Burrows. If the children have any problems or issues during lunchtime, they are able to speak directly to Mrs Burrows and as a result do not need to worry about speaking to unfamiliar adults. Mrs Burrows will then feedback to a member of staff at the end of lunchtime to inform us how lunchtime has gone. Children play in the Foundation Stage play ground with their own class peers.
 

Home Learning

 

Each week your child will be given two new reading books to take home and read with you. They also have high frequency words to practise in an envelope. If you have read with or heard your child read, please can you make a comment or initial in their reading record. If you would like to come in and help listen to readers, please let us know.

 

 

PE and Forest School

 

We currently do PE every Tuesday morning in the school hall in addition to other Physical Development activities throughout the week. Please ensure your child has a full PE kit in school every day. This consists of a white t-shirt, black shorts, jogging bottoms, jumper and pumps, which should all be clearly named. Please check your child’s PE kit is still labelled as sometimes the names/labels can wash off. If you find another child’s item of clothing in your child’s PE kit, please bring it into school and we can give them back to the right child. Please ensure no earrings are worn and hair is tied up.

 

Forest School is every Wednesday afternoon. Children will be required to come to school dressed in appropriate clothing for an afternoon spent outside. Please bring wellies and waterproof clothing in a large  bag for children to change into after lunch. 

 

Timetable

We try to be consistent with our timetable to establish routines with the children. On occasion this may alter for a number of reasons.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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