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Reception - Bluebell

Welcome back Bluebells

I hope you have had a lovely break and look forward to seeing you in Monday 26th February to continue your learning in the second part of the Spring term.


Our next topic will be  Ready Steady Grow. We will be looking closely at how thing grow and what they need to help them to grow. If you have had a chance to look at the homework sent home with your child, I hope you have had lots of fun watching and talking about what you have grown. I'll look forward to seeing an hearing about it all next week. 


Enjoy the rest of your break!


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Kind reminder. 


Please can you make sure all your child's belongings are labelled.

This will ensure the items are returned to the correct child.




Meet the Staff in Reception

Mrs Neal and Miss Allen  - Bluebell Class Teachers

Mrs Juziuk - Buttercup Class Teacher

Mrs Robson - Teaching Assistant

Mrs Dix - Teaching Assistant 

Mrs Hussain  - Teaching Assistant

Mr Pardeep - Teaching Assistant

Mental Health Week. We all shared things that make us worried and we wrote them on post-it notes and put them into our worry bin. A problem shared makes us feel better.

We used our cutting and creative skills to decorate our pancakes for Pancake Day. We also talked about what toppings we like the best on our pancakes.


World book day.

Thursday 7th March 2024


We will be reading Peace on earth by David Litchfield 


We made emoji craft using air dry clay and paper plates. This was all linked to E-Safety day 6/2/2024

Parent information. 


Dear Parent/Carer

It has been lovely to welcome the children back to school after the Christmas break. They have been very busy getting used to new routines and learning new skills.


We just have a couple of reminders:

The school day starts at 8:45am and finishes at 3:30pm


P.E.  - will be on a Monday so children need to come to school in their P.E. kits.


P.E. kits consist of:

  • White t-shirt and black or navy blue shorts/ leotard
  • Plimsoles/trainers
  • Tracksuits for colder weather
  • Please remove ear piercings for all PE lesson


Please remember to bring a water bottle to school every day; it is separate from their lunch juice and contains only water.


Please remember to name all items of clothing, bags, water bottles, lunch bags, hats


Please continue to support your child in holding and using cutlery when eating.


Please also support your child in recognising and writing their name.


Many Thanks

Reception Team

Ways to help support your children's learning.



Watch the tricky word songs on YouTube for phase 2 and 3

Then practice writing your tricky words

Phase 2 Tricky Words and Sight Words Song - YouTube 

Phase 3 Phase 3 Tricky Words Song Say Hello To - YouTube 



Share the stories with your child. 

Talk about the pictures. 

Encourage your child to share what they think will happen next. 


Can you count things around you?

What two numbers make 6, 7 and 8?

Match objects to numerals. 


Many Thanks

Reception Team

Autumn Walk

We went on an autumn walk around the school and found lots of different autumn materials. We talked about the changes that we saw in the weather, plants and trees.


Mrs Evans reads The Colour Monster

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Tricky Words

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3D Shapes

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Maths Songs 

Useful Web activities to support learning at home

Including Maths, Science, Computing, History and Geography

Useful Web activities to support learning at home

Including Literacy