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Reception 2019 / 20

Self Isolation

Here you will find regular updates about what the children in school have been learning, with pdf resources to have a go at.

We have gathered many other education websites in our Learning Zone. These cover a wide range of topics and subjects, and cover all primary ages.

The Swaledale Alliance, a network of teaching schools that we work closely with, has provided a useful list of educational resources as well, these can be found here

Feel free to contact your class teacher using Class Dojo for any help or support you may need, or to send some work through that your child has done at home!

***The homework section below will be updated on a regular basis with class specific resources and teacher assistance.***

Below are some of our favourite resources which have been updated / offered for free at this challenging time.

Quick Links

For PE, Joe Wicks is offering one PE session each weekday on his YouTube channel at 9am.

For English, the Grammarsaurous YouTube channel offers lots of singalong videos explaining grammatical terms for all ages.

For Maths, Sumdog are offering free subscriptions. This is a fun resource to use alongside MyMaths & Times Tables Rockstars.

For Science, Twinkl offer brilliant resources for free.

To help with mental health and wellbeing we recommend Cosmic Kids Yoga on YouTube and the Peace Out Guided Relaxation video.

Bewerley Park, the outdoor activities centre our Year 6s visit each year, are giving daily tasks to keep children active and outdoors. They can be found on Facebook & Instagram

   
   

***Popular resource websites Classroom Secrets and Twinkl are also offering all of their resources for free. These cover the entire curriculum and are used regularly in school. Please have a look.

 

For Twinkl you will need to sign up using the offer code UKTWINKLHELPS      ***

Design your own house!

 

Mrs Trevis has too much time on her hands…

Spelling test! 

Addition and subtraction number line method! 

 

Mission (it’s possible) 3! 
As an extension to this mission, your child could use multi-link cubes or Lego to measure different objects and note these down. E.g. A pen = 10 pieces of Lego etc. 

Mr. Kelly’s Skill School

The challenge has been set by the Kelly family. Have a go at these skills and show us how you do!

 

Tricky Words with Mrs T! 

Mission (it’s possible) 2.

 

 

Oi Frog! with Mrs Trevis! *It took me a while to stop the video but I’ve left my confused face in for your entertainment.*

 

Supertato! (Not Superpotato, Mr. Johnson…)

 

 

Phase 2 and 3 phonics! Watch this video as often as you want to keep your child refreshed with their newly learned phonemes. In Reception, we are up to phase 4 which is all about recapping, practising and applying our sounds.

Stretching and story time with Mrs T!

Mrs Trevis’ Mission (It’s Possible)

 

Jack and the Beanstalk

Welcome to our Reception page!

Reception is an incredibly exciting year for the children as they begin their schooling adventure! Here, the children take part in creative, hands-on and exciting activities to develop their skills and build strong foundations for learning.  

Throughout Reception, the children will experience many amazing learning opportunities through a creative and engaging curriculum. We are beginning our first half term exploring the importance of friendship as we are meeting lots of new people and making friends from all over our school!

Why do squirrels hide their nuts? Why do hedgehogs hibernate? Reception will be exploring these autumnal questions and many more during this project, whilst learning about seasonal changes in the natural world during autumn and winter in the next half of this term.

After pigging out over the festive season, the children will be exploring about life on the farm and who might live there. Don’t be sheepish, I’ll give ewe a clue… 

Is it a bird? Is it a plane?! Or is it just Mr. Kelly’s terrible singing? ‘What’s that sound?’ Is our next topic! During this, the children will be investigating all the different sounds around our environment, exploring different instruments and listening carefully to how loud or quiet something is…if there’s one thing Reception are good at, it’s making a lot of noise!

Was the Big Bad Wolf really so bad? How did Goldilocks manage to eat all that porridge?! We will be exploring these questions and many more in our magical project ‘Will you read me a story?’ all about fairy tales, goodies and baddies!

As part of our final topic of the year, Reception will be focussing on seasonal changes again. As we enter the warmer months, we will be looking at ‘What can you see in summer?’. We will be looking at sun safety, environmental changes and Mrs. Trevis’ favourite things, holidays and leisure!

In Reception, the children have numerous opportunities to display and grow their creativity through extra-curricular activities. Children will have rich experiences with music throughout Reception; including lessons with our onsite music maestro, Mr. Whawell, Harvest festival and our Christmas nativity! 

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Due to the unprecedented situation that all schools are facing, school will be closed for most children for the foreseeable future. This doesn’t mean that learning has to end, but it is imperative that fun continues. We will be regularly updating the website with the resources the children who are still in school are using.

At the top of your child’s year group page, you will find links to many different websites offering a range of resources and learning ideas. Teachers will update the “Homework” section of each class’s page regularly with the resources used in school.

We realise that this could be very stressful for parents and children alike, and as such, teachers will be available through the messaging service on Class Dojo (link on class pages). We are offering a wide range of resources, please use these resources (and others) as little or as often as you feel is necessary for your child.

Stay safe & take care.