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Welcome to our Reception Class Page 2021/22


A warm welcome to Renoir and Morris class page!


Remember lots of our learning will be shared on Tapestry, ( but this page may provide you with a further insight into school life at Round Diamond.


Welcome to early years video

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Welcome to early years PowerPoint 

Meet the team

Renoir Class - Miss Conroy and Mrs Hardy

Morris Class - Mr Paice and Mrs Charge

Important dates

PE is taught every Wednesday.


Children should keep a named kit at school on their peg. This is kit is in addition to their spare clothes bag which also needs to be kept in school.

Week beginning 18.10.2021 - The Giant Jam Sandwich


Last week our Literacy learning was inspired by the book 'The Giant Jam Sandwich'.


We used the book to create a range of learning across the key areas as well as for our corridor display. Learning included story sequencing, name writing and exploring initial sounds.  In maths we looked at door numbers and matched the sequins to the number on the door. 


During our CIL time, the children had great fun creating wasps and people from the village.



Week beginning 11th October 2021

โšฝ๏ธ๐ŸŽพ PE ๐ŸŽพโšฝ๏ธ


In PE the children have been going to the all weather pitch for PE and they have been learning how to move in various ways including running, jumping, skipping and hopping.

They have learnt various ball skills including dribbling the ball with their hands and feet, throwing, catching and bouncing.

The children have also been learning in pairs by passing the ball to each other. They have learnt to do this by both rolling and kicking.

Week beginning Monday 4th October 2021

๐Ÿงฎ Careful Counting ๐Ÿงฎ


This week in maths we have been focussing on our careful counting skills. 

The children were showing their ability to use  1:1 correspondence when counting and some children even had a go at  finding 1 more.

Week beginning 27th September 2021

๐ŸŽถ Music ๐ŸŽถ 


This week in music the children have been practising expressing emotion through a change in facial features. This music learning links with the reading skill that many children have been focussing on of suggestions how a character might be feeling because of their body language/ facial features. 

We hope you like this video snippet of our singing!


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Week beginning 20th September 2021

โค๏ธ Family โค๏ธ


As part of the children’s theme learning, we have been talking lots about our family. The children all brought a family picture in from home and then shared this picture with their friends.


We spoke about how families can all be made up differently and come in all different shapes and sizes. These family pictures are now displayed in the cloakroom.

Week beginning 13th September 2021

๐Ÿ“š Our first reading books ๐Ÿ“š 


This week, following the children’s baseline phonics assessments, they received their first reception colour banded book. The children were very excited to get their lilac or pink book, and their login details for the GoRead app (our online reading record system).

The children also chose a book from the class library to share at home. They have loved spending time enjoying books in the reading area that they designed in the transition session.

Week beginning 6th September

๐Ÿซ Settling in ๐Ÿซ


The children have had a great first week in Reception. 

They have enjoyed exploring the learning environment both indoors and outdoors, making new friends, exploring the resources and becoming increasingly independent.


All of the Early Year’s staff are SO proud of each and every child!

2020 - 2021

Week beginning 19th July 2021

๐Ÿงธ๐Ÿงบ Teddy Bears Picnic ๐Ÿงบ ๐Ÿงธ 


This week we celebrated the end of our time together in Reception by having a Teddy Bears Picnic on the field.


Both the children (and the teddies) had a lovely time and enjoyed having conversations with their friends in Reception and Nursery.

Week beginning Monday 12th July 2021

๐Ÿ›๐Ÿฆ‹ Transition ๐Ÿฆ‹๐Ÿ›


This week the children in Reception have been thinking about the transition to Year 1. We have been reading the story ‘Colin the Cautious Caterpillar’ and relating Colin’s feelings to our own.


The children and teachers are feeling excited, anxious, happy and nervous all at the same time. However, we know that the children are ready to spread their wings and that they will be absolutely FANTASTIC in Year 1.

Week beginning Monday 5th July 2021

๐ŸŽจ ๐Ÿ–ผ Painting Portraits ๐Ÿ–ผ๐ŸŽจ


This week the children have been reflecting on the special friendships that they have developed so far this year in Reception โค๏ธ

The children had to pick a friends name out of a hat and then carefully paint a portrait of them. They had to look closely at the colours that would be needed and the shape of each of their friends features to complete an accurate portrait. If the colour needed wasn’t available, then they had to used their colour mixing skills to make the correct shade.


The children engaged in two way conversations to clarify shapes and colours to complete their portraits as accurately as possible.


These portraits will be sent home at the end of the year as a Reception keepsake memory โค๏ธ

Week beginning 28th June 2021

๐Ÿ“š GoRead ๐Ÿ“š 


This week the children have enjoyed using the new GoRead online reading record app at home and at school. The children have earned so many gems already from super reading!


Renoir read a staggering 111 times at home this week. A huge congratulations to the Renoir children and all of the grown ups at home.


Morris class will you beat Renoir next week?

Week Beginning 21st June 2021
๐Ÿ“ Phonics ๐Ÿ“


The children have been making some super progress in phonics this term. Miss Conroy's group have been learning Phase 4 consonant blends and the children are feeling so proud of themselves!

Week beginning 14th June 2021
๐ŸŽ๐Ÿฅฆ Healthy Lifestyle Cross-Curricular days ๐Ÿฅฆ๐ŸŽ


This week we have had our cross-curricular days which have been focussed on a 'Healthy Lifestyle.'


The children have enjoyed learning about dental hygiene, basic first aid skills and Great Britain. The children also took place in a 'Mini-Olympics' afternoon with Miss Hall.

Week beginning 7th June 2021

๐Ÿฅ• ๐Ÿ‘ฉ‍๐ŸŒพ Oliver’s Vegetables ๐Ÿฅ•๐Ÿ‘ฉ‍๐ŸŒพ


In literacy, we have been reading Oliver’s Vegetables by Vivian French. This week the children began by making a prediction of what they thought would happen after listening to the first few pages of the story. 

Here are some of the super predictions from the children below.

Week beginning 24th May 2021

๐ŸŒป Sunflower Art ๐ŸŒป


In Reception this week we have had a focussed art CIL session.


We began by looking at a famous painting by Vincent Van Gogh and then we created our own sunflower art pictures. We have done some detailed drawings, some painting and even some salt dough sunflower sculptures!

Week beginning 17th May 2021


This week we have been learning about halving, doubling and odd/ even numbers in maths.


Miss Conroy and Miss McGregor can’t believe how confident we are becoming and how ready we will be for Year 1! 

Below is one of the songs we have enjoyed listening to and learning this week to support us with our maths learning. 



Odd Todd and Even Steven Song

Week beginning 10th May 2021

๐Ÿ Well-bee-in Wednesday ๐Ÿ 


This week Reception took part in a ‘Well-be-in Wednesday’ activity with Mr Haig.


The children got involved in improving the environment of the school, learning about the increasing number of pollinators and enjoyed spending some quality time outside in the mud!




๐Ÿฆ Week beginning 3rd May 2021 ๐Ÿฆ 


Following on from our ‘Lion King’ cross-curricular days last week, we have been gathering lots of lovely learning to renew the Reception corridor display. 

Here’s the finished product below, we hope you like it as much as we do!  

*** UPDATE- Pupil parliament LOVED our display so we earnt a blue rosette ๐Ÿ˜ ***

Week beginning 26th April 2021

๐ŸŽญ Cross-curricular days ๐ŸŽญ


This week the children have enjoyed participating in this terms cross-curricular days alongside the whole school.


The cross-curricular days were planned to enhance children’s cultural capital and to allow them to begin to engage with their own personal development.


Cross-curricular days finished with a live production of ‘The Wizard of Oz’. The children really enjoyed the show and have all thought of lots of occupations they may wish to do in the future linked to the theatre, from costume designer, to popcorn server, to script writer! 


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Week beginning 19th April 2021

๐Ÿ’ฐ Money ๐Ÿ’ฐ 


This week we have been learning about money in maths.


We have been exploring the different coins and talking about what’s the same and what’s different. 

The children have been using numicon to support them in understanding the value of each coin and some children have been ordering the coins from the coin with the smallest value, to the largest! 

Week beginning 12th April 2021

๐ŸŒธ Spring ๐ŸŒธ


Outside, during CIL, the children have been enjoying going on  spring hunts.


The children have been independently looking for each thing on the checklist and then marking it off. They have really enjoyed going on spring hunts and reporting back to the adults every few items to share their findings and sometimes personal experiences with that spring item too.


Spring hunt ๐ŸŒท

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Week beginning 22nd March 2021

๐Ÿฃ Easter ๐Ÿฃ


Reception have been learning all about Easter this week!


We have been discussing why Easter is a special time in the Christian calendar and explored the Easter story. We have also been making lots of links to Spring whilst learning about Easter and how it symbolises the beginning of new life. The children have enjoyed observing daffodils blooming and baby lambs being born. 

We have also had lots of fun being creative by making lots of Easter crafts to celebrate Easter! We have made Easter cards using our fingerprints, Easter wreaths, Easter bunnies and even finished the week by making a special chocolate treat!!


We would like to wish you a restful break and a very Happy Easter! 

We are looking forward to a very exciting summer term ahead! โ˜€๏ธ ๐ŸŒธ โ˜€๏ธ



Week beginning 15th March 2021

๐Ÿ’ƒ๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ•บ๐Ÿฝ PE ๐Ÿ•บ๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿ’ƒ๐Ÿผ

Reception have been working hard to put together a carnival dance in PE.


They have learnt a routine and have been being different animals during the carnival dance. 

I wonder if you can guess some of the animals they are travelling as? 

Reception Carnival Dance

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 Week Beginning 8th March 2021

๐ŸŽ‰๐Ÿซ Back to school ๐Ÿซ๐ŸŽ‰


It was so lovely to see so many smiling faces back at school this week!


The children have settled back in well and have really enjoyed seeing and playing with their friends again. We have spent some time talking about our school day and reminding children of the expectations at school.


This week we have been assessing the children to identify any gaps and regroup the children for their phonics, literacy and maths learning.


The children really have been super and we are so proud of them.

Google Classroom

As the children log off of Google classroom (for what we hope will be the final time), we want to say a huge well done to each and every one of you in Reception!


You have made us SO proud and we cannot wait to see you back at school on Monday 8th March at 8:50am.


Please find below a transition booklet that you may wish to share with your child at home to support them in their return to school.

Week Beginning 1st March 2021
๐Ÿ“š World Book Day ๐Ÿ“š 


This week we celebrate World Book Day.


We had  virtual fancy dress parade, a remote visit from an author, created our own story and took part in 'The Masked Reader'.We finished off the day with a story from a guest reader in our Google Classroom, before a cosy afternoon reading at home.


Lots of fun was had by all!

๐Ÿฐ Week beginning 21st February 2021 ๐Ÿฐ 


This week Reception have been learning about shapes in maths. The children built their own castles using 3D junk modelling shapes. This maths learning also linked with our Spring 2 theme of ‘Fairytales’.

Week beginning 7th February 2021


To finish off a very different, but successful half term the Reception children had a well-being afternoon.


The children made a jar of ‘Things to look forward to...’. They had some fantastic ideas of what they would like to do when it was safe to spend more time away from home. Lots of children are looking forward to having sleepovers again, going on day trips, visiting friends and family  but most of all they can’t wait to come back to school and we agree! 

Thank you for being abasolutly amazing this half term Reception. We can’t wait to see your smiley faces hopefully very soon. ๐Ÿคž๐Ÿผ 

Week beginning 1st February 2021


This half term lots of Reception learning has been focussed around our theme of dinosaurs!


This week it has been all about the stegosaurus. The children watched a short factual based video about a stegosaurus and then produced their own non-fiction, factual stegosaurus pieces of learning.


Attached below is the video the children retrieved their stegosaurus facts from and some of their super learning. 

Andy's Dinosaur Adventures - Stegosaurus Facts - CBeebies

Week beginning 25th January 2021


This week the children have exceeded all expectation via the Google Classroom. They have continued to put so much effort into their learning and they are remaining so engaged with their learning. We are so proud of the children! 

Here is a picture of some children showing their learning to the camera for instant feedback! Lots of children are choosing to complete the additional challenges as part of their learning which is a delight to see.


Well done girls and boys, you really are Superstars!

Week beginning 18th January 2021


This week we have been learning how to solve subtraction number sentences in different ways. Some of us have been using a number line, some of us have used our fingers, some of us have used concrete resources, some of us have drawn pictures and some of us have even began counting backwards in our head!

Week Beginning 11th January 2021


This week Reception had a virtual tea party. We invited our favourite toys and hosted a tea party. There were lots of yummy treats to choose from and we had the best time, even the grown ups enjoyed joining in!

Week beginning 4th January 2021


This week was our first week of online learning! The children did exceptionally well and we are so proud of them!


We spoke lots about Christmas this week and the children all drew their favourite Christmas present! Some children even had a go at labelling them, or writing a sentence about them.

Week beginning 14th December 2020


On Friday, we celebrated the end of a fantastic term with a Christmas party. We put our best party clothes on to play games, dance and eat lots of party food. We all had lots of fun and it was a great way to finish a very busy Autumn term! 

Week beginning 7th December 2020


We took part in the Santa dash this week! The children were so energised and they managed to persevere and keep on moving around the All Weather Pitch for 10 minutes!


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Week beginning 30th November 2020


In PE, we have been doing gymnastics. We have been learning to negotiate the space around us and travel in different ways with confidence.
This week, Miss Hall got lots of apparatus out for us to explore! 

Week beginning 23rd November 2020


In maths we have been learning all about shapes. We have learnt the mathematical names for both 2D and 3D shapes and we have began exploring their properties.


Below is our favourite shape song that we have learnt this week. 

The Shapes Song

Week beginning 16th November 2020


In literacy this week we have been reading the story Supertato.

To enhance our learning, we made our very own Supertato’s to help save us from any Evil Pea’s that may have escaped the freezer!  

Week beginning 9th November 2020


This week some children from Reception were presented with their Mini-Olympic medal from Miss Hall. The children were so proud of their achievement and enjoyed wearing their medal for the day at school.

Week beginning 2nd November 2020


This week we have being doing lots of learning linked to bonfire night. We have been reading the story Sparks in the Sky in literacy and all of our literacy learning has linked to this story.


As part of our theme learning we have created firework pictures. We had to think carefully about what colours we should use for our fireworks and what resources to use. We decided to create our pictures on black card so it looked like the night sky. Some children used the paint to create firework handprints and some children used pastels. We finished our pictures by adding glitter for some extra sparkle.

Week beginning 19th October 2020

We are so proud of the progress the children have made in phonics so far this term. They are becoming increasingly confident each day in recognising, hearing and saying the sounds they have learnt. 

Many children are now also writing the sounds that they have learnt which makes us so proud!


Below is a copy of the rhymes we use with the children to ensure they are forming the letter shapes correctly. By encouraging the children to form the letters accurately they are training the muscles in their hand to write with fluency in the future. 

Week beginning 12th October 2020


This week in literacy we have been reading the story ‘Whatever Next’ by Jill Murphy. 


The children have have been busy engaging in lots of literacy learning linked to the story ‘Whatever Next.’ They have packed their bags to go to the moon, sequenced the story, practiced their tripod grip doing a space pencil control sheet and identified the initial sounds of objects from the story.

Week beginning 5th October 2020


This week we collated lots of our ‘All About Me’ learning, and Miss Conroy and Miss McGregor put it up on our corridor display for everyone to see.


We are so proud of our learning and enjoy looking at it when we are moving around the school.


We hope you like it as much as we do.

Week beginning 28th September 2020


We really enjoyed our PE this week with Miss Hall.


We have been learning to negotiate our travelling space successfully and control balls in different ways. We have been rolling balls of different sizes and beginning to learn how to throw them using an underarm throw. 

Rolling the ball...

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Aiming for the cones...

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Week commencing 21st September 2020


This week we have been talking about about how to be a good friend in Reception. The children had lots of good ideas of how they could be a good friend and we discussed what it meant to be a good friend.


We also spoke about what we could do if we fall out with our friends and how we could fix our friendship by saying sorry and trying to make better choices next time.

Week commencing 14th September 2020


This week we have been busy doing lots of maths learning.


We have been practising our counting, trying to use mathematical language and exploring shapes. 

Week commencing 7th September 2020


The Children have settled in Reception so well and we are so proud of them. They are following the routines and becoming more and more independent each day. 


This week we started phonics. We have been learning the ‘s’ sound and name. The children thought of some words beginning with ‘s’, sorted out words that did/didn’t begin with ‘s’ and had a go at forming the letter ‘s’ with their magic finger.


Keep up the super learning Reception!

Welcome to Reception


A warm welcome to our new Reception parents with children who are starting September 2020. Please find our welcome video and Powerpoint below ๐Ÿ™‚


If you have any questions or queries regarding starting Reception at Round Diamond in September please email:

Welcome to EYFS

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๐ŸŒŸ Goodbye Reception ๐ŸŒŸ

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Welcome to our Reception Class Page 2019/20




A warm welcome to Renoir and Morris class page!


Remember all of our learning will be shared on Tapestry, but this page may provide you with a further insight into school life at Round Diamond.

Information on how to support your child's development in the Early Years can be found in the above document 

What to Expect, When?

The What to Expect, When? document is a useful documents which breaks down the development matter statements into simple sentences as a way of tracking your child's development. 

Meet the team!


Renoir Class - Miss Conroy and Mrs Charge

Morris Class - Miss McGregor and Mrs Sheppard

Important dates


PE days are Monday and Thursday:

Please ensure to bring in named kit which is specified in the Welcome to Reception letter.
Where possible, please can children have Velcro/ slip-on trainers to aid independence. Many thanks smiley








Home learning - Week Beginning 20.07.20


The home learning for Reception children not yet returning to school is attached below. 


We hope you have a lovely summer.


Miss Conroy and Miss McGregor.

Week Beginning 13th July 2020

Story Writing


This week in literacy we have continued to read tales written by Beatrix Potter. We have read Johnny Townmouse and The Tale of Jeremy Fisher this week. On Wednesday we planned our own version of The Tale of Jeremy Fisher and then on Thursday we wrote our stories into mini books.


We hope you like our plans! Some of us have decided we would like to be authors when we are older.



Home learning - Week Beginning 13.07.20


The home learning for Reception children not yet returning to school is attached below. 


Miss Conroy and Miss McGregor.

Home Learning Overview W.B:13.07.20

Johnny Town-mouse READ ALOUD by Beatrix Potter Kids Read Aloud Story about Country Mouse Timmy Willy

"The Tale of Johnny Town-mouse" by Beatrix Potter follows the adventures of two mice: Johnny Town-mouse and Timmy Willy. Johnny grew up in the city, while Ti...

The Tale of Mr. Jeremy Fisher by Beatrix Potter

The Tale of Mr. Jeremy Fisher, like Peter Rabbit, began life as an illustrated letter to a young child. It was written when she was on holiday in Scotland wh...

Maths videos

Let's Get Fit | Count to 100 | Count to 100 Song | Counting to 100 | Jack Hartmann

Teach your children to count to 100 as they get some great exercise too. This cool kid-friendly song starts out with a message about staying healthy and fit ...

Counting By Twos Song

The Counting By Twos Song by Have Fun Teaching is a counting song that teaches skip counting by two. Download the Counting Videos:

Farmer Pete song with animation by Sunshine Class (pupils aged 5 years)

We made our own animation for the Farmer Pete number bonds for 10 song.

Genevieve Goings- "How Many Fives Around The Clock?" Official Video

DO YOU KNOW how to tell time? Learn with Genevieve Goings, Children's television Star! -As heard on Radio Disney Junior! Known to Disney Junior-watching fans...

Understanding of the World

Personal, Social, Emotional Development

Communication and Language

Week Beginning 6th July 2020

๐Ÿ‡๐Ÿฅ• Peter Rabbit ๐Ÿ‡๐Ÿฅ•


This week in literacy we have been reading tales written by Beatrix Potter. We have discussed the similarities and differences between some of her tales and spoke about some of the unfamiliar words in the stories. The children have really enjoyed watching some Beartirx Potter animations and comparing events in the stories to their own lives.


Here are some lists the children wrote about what their grown ups do for them when they are feeling poorly! Peter rabbbit got tucked into bed and drank some camomile tea in The Tale of Peter Rabbit.

Home learning - Week Beginning 06.07.20


The home learning for Reception children not yet returning to school is attached below. 


Miss Conroy and Miss McGregor.

Home Learning Overview W.B:06.07.20

Literacy 3 - The Tale of Peter Rabbit by Beatrix Potter

Beatrix Potter loved the countryside and she spent much of her otherwise conventional Victorian childhood drawing and studying animals. Her passion for the n...

Maths video

Odd Todd and Even Steven

TeacherTube User: Mszdaz TeacherTube URL: This is a math video lesson to help you with new math, mat...

Personal, Social, Emotional Development

Physical Development

Communication and Language

Week beginning 29th June 2020

๐Ÿ๐Ÿฏ Bees and Honey ๐Ÿฏ๐Ÿ


This week we have been learning all about bees. 


The children started by sharing their own knowledge about bees. As a class we discussed facts about bees and honey. The children looked at honey and watched how a honey sandwich was made.  We discussed how important bees are and how we need to protect them because there’s not as many bees as there should be. 


The following day we watched a video about bees and how they make honey, it was really interesting. We had a think all together and created a mind map of ideas of how we could protect bees and try to keep them safe. 


On Wednesday, we looked at a non-fiction book about bees. The facts we learnt stimulated some questions about bees so we recorded these questions and then researched the answers to them using the internet. Finally, we had a go at answering some bee questions all by ourself. 


To finish our learning all about bees this week, we wrote some of our favourite facts in the shape of a bee. We carefully decorated them and have put pictures of them on our class page so we can share our knowledge and help keep bees safe! 

Home learning - Week Beginning 29.06.20


We hope you have had a brilliant week in the sunshine and you are keeping safe at home in the sun!


The home learning for Reception children not yet returning to school is attached below.


This weeks learning in literacy is all about bumble bees which we’re very excited about! 

๐Ÿ We hope you are as excited as we are. ๐Ÿ 


Miss Conroy and Miss McGregor.

Home Learning Overview W.B:29.06.20

Maths videos

Odd Todd and Even Steven

BBC Schools - Numbertime Money - Coin Recognition to 10p

BBC Schools Numbertime Money All Up To 20p

Counting By Twos Song

The Counting By Twos Song by Have Fun Teaching is a counting song that teaches skip counting by two. Download the Counting Videos:

Communication and Language

Come Outside - Eggs

Educational fun for children. Auntie and Pippin collect some newly laid eggs from the hens. Auntie looks at her scrapbook in which she has pasted pictures of...

Personal, Social, Emotional Development

Physical Development

Understanding of the World

Expressive Art and Design

Week beginning 22nd June 2020

๐Ÿ„๐Ÿ‡๐Ÿ– Non-Fiction Writing ๐Ÿ–๐Ÿ‡๐Ÿ„


This week in Reception we have written our own non-fiction books. We each chose an animal and researched some important facts. Then, we put these facts into our own sentences to make our very own non-fiction books.

Home Learning - Week Beginning 22.06.20


We hope you are all safe and well. 


Please find below the home learning for Reception children not yet returning to school.


We look forward to seeing you soon.


Miss Conroy and Miss McGregor.

Home Learning Overview W.B:22.06.20

Maths videos

Shapes Song 2

A shapes song for children. If this video corrupts, please try the link below. This song was written and performed...

3D Shapes Song | Shapes for kids | The Singing Walrus

The Singing Walrus presents "3D Shapes Song" - an upbeat, funky music video that shows various three dimensional shapes. Join our characters as they learn 4 ...

NUMBERJACKS | Sphere Today, Gone Tommorrow | S1E3

Personal, Social, Emotional Development

Week beginning 15th June 2020

โญ๏ธ๐Ÿ’— Someone Special ๐Ÿ’—โญ๏ธ



As Fathers Day approaches, we discussed special people in our lives and why we love them. The children discussed how people help them in different ways by reading to them, playing with them, cooking with them and playing sports together.


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Home Learning - Week Beginning 15.06.20


We hope you are all safe and well. 


Please find below the home learning for Reception children not yet returning to school.


We look forward to seeing you soon.


Miss Conroy and Miss McGregor.

Home Learning Overview - W.B: 15.06.20

Tadpole's Promise by Jeanne Willis

Counting By Twos Song

Communication and Language

Expressive Art and Design

Personal, Social, Emotional Development

Understanding of the World

Week beginning 8th June 2020

๐ŸŒˆ Our second week back ๐ŸŒˆ


During our afternoon learning we completed a session of cosmic kids yoga. The children thoroughly enjoyed the session and loved trying some different yoga moves! The cosmic kids yoga is a great way to relax and focus and can also be done at home, simply search cosmic kids yoga on YouTube and select a video.

Home Learning - Week Beginning 08.01.20

It has been so lovely to see lots of our Reception friends back at school this week.


For those children who are not yet returning to school, please find the home learning attached below.


We hope you are all keeping safe and well!


Miss Conroy and Miss McGregor.

Home Learning Overview W.B: 08.06.20

The Very Hungry Caterpillar - Animated Film

Big Numbers Song Count to 100 Song

Count 10-100 Count by 10 Song

Communication and Language Resources

Understanding of the World Resources

Flight Of The Bumblebee - Rimsky-Korsakov

Week beginning 1st June 2020

๐ŸŒˆ Our First Week Back ๐ŸŒˆ



This week we have been getting used to our 'new' classroom and routine.


We have completed lots of fun activities including creating our new learning pack front covers, playing bean bag games outside and completing an all about me sheet. We have also been doing our regular phonics, literacy, maths and theme learning.


Well done to all of the children for taking the change in their stride and staying positive and producing fantastic learning! โญ๏ธ


Summer 2 - W.B: 01.06.20

We hope you had a fantastic May Half Term.

Thank you to all of those children (and grown-ups) who completed the 'nature' challenge. You found so many beautiful things on the ground whilst out and about, well done!


We are really looking forward to seeing lots of lovely, smiley Reception faces back at school this week. For those of you not joining us back at school just yet, please find the home learning attached below.


Keep safe and keep smiling all!


Miss Conroy and Miss McGregor.

Reception Home Learning Overview W.B: 01.05.20

The Highway Rat

Music - Robert Schumann, Soldier's March

May Half Term 


Hello Reception,


We hope you have a wonderful half term. We are missing you all lots and can’t wait to see you soon!


We have a half term challenge for you, watch our video below to find out more.

When you’ve done the challenge, post a photo of your creation to Tapestry and we will share them for your friends to see!


Miss Conroy and Miss McGregor ๐Ÿ’ 

Nature nature all around, look what weโ€™ve found on the ground!

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Summer 1 Home Learning - Week Beginning 18.05.20


Please find below the home learning for the above week.


Thank you to all of those grown-ups that have been posting on tapestry. We really do enjoy seeing the children's smiley faces and all of the lovely things that they have been up to at home. We noticed lots of yummy tea parties last week to celebrate VE day!


Keep safe and keep smiling!


Miss Conroy, Miss McGregor, Mrs Charge and Miss Sheppard

Reception Home Learning Overview 18.05.20

The Snail and the Whale

Numberblocks - Double Numbers

NUMBERJACKS | Half Time | S2E10

Music- Rain is Falling Down

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Summer 2 Home Learning - Week Beginning 11.05.20


We hope you are all safe and well. Keep smiling Early Years children, we can do this!


We hope to see you all very soon,


Miss Conroy, Miss McGregor, Mrs Charge and Miss Sheppard.

Reception Home Learning Overview 11.05.20


Days of the Week Song

What's the Time, Mr. Wolf?

Let's Learn About the Clock

"How Many Fives Around The Clock?"

Months Of The Year Song

Music- Five Little Monkeys

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Summer 2 Home Learning- W.B: 04.05.2020

Please find below the Reception home learning for the week beginning 04.05.20. This learning and the supporting resources can also be found on Tapestry.

Thank you again for your ongoing support, any queries please email Miss Owen at

Keep smiling!


Miss Conroy, Miss McGregor, Mrs Charge and Ms Sheppard.

Reception home learning overview W.B: 04.05.20

Zog - Julia Donaldson

Maths Resources