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Welcome to our Reception Class Page. On this page we will keep you up to date about what we are learning in class so that you have an insight into your child’s learning as well as having the information to support them at home. As always if you have any questions or would just like to speak to a member of staff please do not hesitate to contact us.

Miss Martin, Mrs Freeman and Mrs Straw

Last updated: 03.10.2021

Reception Home Learning

Week Beginning Monday 11th October

Phonics

In phonics this week we will be:

  • Revisiting previously learnt sounds /s/ /a/ /t/ /p/ /i/ /n/ /m/ /d/ /g/ /o/ /c/ /k/ (Set 1, 2 and 3)
  • Learning new sounds /ck/ /e/ /u/ /r/ (Set 4)
  • Learning to blend with letters for reading
  • Learning to segment letters for spelling
  • Learning to read tricky words: the to
  • Reading High Frequency words: is it in at and
  • Reading small captions

Maths

This week in maths we will be continuing our work on comparison. This week we will be focussing on comparing length, weight and capacity. This is a really fun area of maths to look at for children at home and in nature where they will have lots of things to compare. You might also branch out into looking at height!

Topic

This week in topic we are going to start the week by going some baking. We are hoping to make some delicious apple crumble and we are going to use some cross curricular maths skills to help us with our measuring. We are really excited to be using the apples we picked from our school trees showing how locally grown produce can be used! In picture news this week we are going to be looking at role models. We would love to hear about who you think your child’s hero or role model is!

Week Beginning Monday 4th October

Phonics

In phonics this week we will be:

  • Revisiting previously learnt sounds /s/ /a/ /t/ /p/ /i/ /n/ /m/ /d/ (Set 1 and 2)
  • Learning new sounds /g/ /o/ /c/ /k/ (Set 3)
  • Learning to blend with letters for reading
  • Learning to segment letters for spelling
  • Reading High Frequency words: is it in at and
  • Reading small captions

Maths

This week in maths we will be comparing amounts. We will start by looking at how to show different amounts on our 5 frames and then will use these to compare 2 different amounts saying which is more, fewer or the same. At the end of the week we are going to use our knowledge of comparison to look at differences within class such as hair colour and favourite ice creams.

Topic

This week in topic we are going to start the week by looking at different body parts. We are going to draw round some of our friends and with the help of an adult we are going to label some of the parts we have learnt. We are also luckily enough this week to have a visit from an orthodontist who is going to talk to us about teeth and we are going to find out how to keep our teeth and mouths healthy. We are also going to look this week at how we get to school.

Week Beginning Monday 27th September

Phonics

In phonics this week we will be:

  • Revisiting previously learnt sounds /s/ /a/ /t/ /p/ (Set 1)
  • Learning new sounds /i/ /n/ /m/ /d/ (Set 2)
  • Learning to blend with letters
  • Reading High Frequency words: is it in at

Mathematics

In mathematics this week we are looking at matching and sorting. We will look at different ways to sort for example by size, colour and shape. We will also look at rules and criteria we use to sort and children will be asked if they can say why something is the odd one out!

Topic

In topic this week we will be looking at our school community and school site. We will look at maps of our school and look at the different places we can see. We will explore the school site and hopefully if the weather is nice we will have chance to pick fruit from one of our fruit trees.

Later in the week we will go onto looking at our homes as special places. We will discuss who lives in our homes and create some house artwork.

Week Beginning Monday 20th September

Phonics

In phonics this week we will be:

  • Learning the sounds /s/ /a/ /t/ /p/ as well as oral blending and segmenting

Please see the video below for a guide to articulating the Phase 2 Sounds

Mathematics

In mathematics this week we will look at basic counting skills including how to count objects, actions and sounds.

Topic

Our topic this half term is ‘This is me’

This week in topic we will be looking at what makes up different and special.

We will share the book ‘the colour monster’ and discuss vocabulary for different emotions. We will talk about the importance of sharing our feelings with others especially when we are sad, scared or anxious.

We will also look at the story of Elmer and discuss ways in which we are different and how our differences in our school community make us strong. We will make Elmer artwork and we will also draw a self portrait!

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