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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
Stickman!
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


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Under the Sea in Reception

Mr B Hetchin - 25 Mar 2017


 
 Wow what a busy week we have had in reception. On Monday we had a wonderful surprise with Mrs Divall coming to visit. The children were so excited to give her the cards and pictures they have been making for Ralph. 

Our topic this week has been Under The Sea. The children have shared their own ideas and experiences during lessons. We've looked at sea animals, deep sea divers, what sea creatures eat and learnt how to stay safe in the water. The children even had a special lesson from Mr Bishop about messages in a bottle.  

This week the children have been working really hard to use their phonics in independent writing. We've seen some great sentences. It's great to see the children's confidence growing as they use their HFWRD knowledge and phonics skills to write some amazing messages in a bottle, facts about sea animals and their own posters about staying safe.

In Maths the children have looked at telling the time. It's amazing how quickly they have picked it up and many of the children  know not only o'clock times, but also half past times.

The children have even made their own cards and gifts for Mother's Day, but we won't spoil the surprise!!!!

All of staff wish you a fantastic, safe and relaxing weekend and we look forward to seeing all the children on Monday, for the last week before the Easter break.

 
 

Completing the Maths Challenge


 Drawing our own clocks


 
 

 

Playing What's the time Mr Wolf 
 

 
 

 Practising recognising o'clock times
 

 
 

 
 

 Our own story tree

 

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