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Welcome to Class R

 

For the first half term we will be settling the children into the school routines, helping them to feel secure in their surroundings and to make lots of new friends.

 

Our topic is Marvellous Me and we will be talking about ourselves and our family.  We will be listening to various traditional tales during our Literacy sessions, identifying different rhymes and eventually starting to learn some sounds.  In Maths, we will be concentrating on counting and number recognition and in Science we will be thinking about what plants and animals live in the world.  Our RE topic for this half term is the Story of Creation. 

 

Our PE sessions are only taking place outside due to the current situation.  Our PE days are Mondays and Thursday, so on these days, please can your child come to school dressed in their PE kit (preferably shorts with tracksuit trousers over the top due to the unpredictable weather).

 

Please make sure your child brings a water bottle into school everyday and ensure all clothing is clearly named.  

 

Many thanks

 

Mrs Stapleton and Mrs Paternoster 

 

Class R learning environment

 

WELCOME TO OUR CLASS R PAGE

 

As we are coming into our last couple of days in Year R, we are going to reflect on our year together. 

 

Summer Reading Challenge 

Even though we aren't in school at the moment and it's a bit more difficult to get to the library, we are still taking part in the Summer Reading Challenge! This year it is called the 'Silly Squad!' Here is the website you need to go to, to sign up, it's free!

https://summerreadingchallenge.org.uk/

 

I have attached a book record below for you to keep a record of what you are reading over the summer and a powerpoint for you to have a look at. We will also be doing our own Summer Reading Bingo challenge as this was very successful last year, for every box you tick, you achieve a merit point/ dojo point in September!

 

Have fun everyone! I can't wait to see how many of you achieve your certificates this year!

Guided Reading

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