Class News

Bye Bye Reception!
19 Jul 2018
Smoothies :)
28 Jun 2018
How we have grown!
22 Jun 2018
Summer Activities
15 Jun 2018
What can you see in the Summer?
07 Jun 2018
We're doing great!
24 May 2018
The Royal Wedding
17 May 2018
Bugs, Holidays & Beebots!
10 May 2018
The Hundred Decker Bus
04 May 2018
The Journey Home From Grandpa's
26 Apr 2018
We're Going on a Bear Hunt!
19 Apr 2018
The Police Came to Visit :)
29 Mar 2018
Happy Easter!
29 Mar 2018
What's the time?
22 Mar 2018
Oliver's Vegetables
15 Mar 2018
World Book Day!
09 Mar 2018
Our Trip!
08 Mar 2018
Through the Magic Mirror
22 Feb 2018
Making Pancakes!
08 Feb 2018
Chinese New Year
08 Feb 2018
Carrots and Peas
01 Feb 2018
Lost and Found
26 Jan 2018
The Lion & The Mouse
19 Jan 2018
Have you filled a bucket today?
11 Jan 2018
Happy New Year!
05 Jan 2018
Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, Happy New Year :)
19 Dec 2017
It feels a lot like Christmas
14 Dec 2017
07 Dec 2017
People Who Help Us.
30 Nov 2017
Nocturnal Animals
27 Nov 2017
Rockets, Planets & Owls!
17 Nov 2017
Night Monkey, Day Monkey
10 Nov 2017
What happens when I fall asleep?
03 Nov 2017
Diwali :)
19 Oct 2017
Introducing Reception 2017-18
13 Oct 2017



( LOGIN to comment on this article. )

The house that wanted a family

Mrs Divall and Miss Bhambra - 19 Nov 2015

This week we have been very busy in Reception!

Yesterday we had a fire drill and Reception were superstars! They remembered to line up and walk over to the field quickly and quietly. The adults were so impressed with the way Reception behaved that they all got a special sticker when we got back to our classroom.

In literacy we have been reading “The house that wanted a family”. We talked about different homes and lots of children wanted to live in a bungalow! We have been busy drawing what our own homes look like and sticking and cutting objects into house outlines. We can’t wait to find out what happens at the end of the story, and if the house finally finds a family that wants to live there.

In maths we have been learning about positional language (on top, under, behind, in front, left and right) and putting teddies in the correct positions. We have also been learning about days of the week- what was yesterday, what is today and what will be tomorrow. We’ve also been speaking about and sequencing our daily routines and what we do before and after school.

We have P.E tomorrow morning, we’ll be practicing our jumps, rolls and walking along the bench in the main hall. This afternoon we made toast (in the story the house is filled with delicious smells when the new family move in!)  The children really enjoyed this activity.  We also have been furnishing empty house outlines by cutting out and sticking furniture pictures.   




( LOGIN to comment on this article. )

No comments.
Go to the page-top

Please wait

Copyright © 2018  Brady Primary School    Website Terms & Conditions

Last day of summer term is: Friday 20th July 2018. School closes at 2pm on the 20th. Children will return to school on Tuesday 4th September 2018. 
(Please note, this website and emails are not monitored over the holiday period and post is not opened.)
Selct an hour and a minute and then click on Set Time

Selected Time:  _:_

Set Time