Reception Category

Winter

Our new topic is Winter. We having been learning facts about cold weather animals and completed an individual piece of work on this and its been displayed in our role-play area. We used black paper, white card, glue and paint to create snowmen and igloos. We investigated blocks of ice and discussed what made it […]

Christmas

It’s been a very fun month! Our ‘Pirate’s Seaside’ turned into ‘Pirate’s Christmas’. We performed an amazing play, ‘The Innkeepers Breakfast’ and have been busy with all our christmas craft.    

Fireworks

We have been learning about the 5th November. Guy Fawkes tried to blow up the Houses of Parliament in 1605. Here is one of the models we made of the Houses of Parliament using wooden blocks. We created our own firework pictures using black card, glue and glitter.           

Sponsored Fairy Tale Walk

The children in Reception class had lots of fun taking part in a sponsored fairy tale walk. They trip trapped across the bridge. Put the gingerbread in the oven and then ran as fast as they could around the field. They built a brick house and then took a piece of food and walked it […]

The Three Little Pigs

Last week our traditional tale story was ‘The Three Little Pigs’. The children had a fun filled week completing activities linked to the story.  

Castle Role-Play

This term we have been reading, retelling and learning about our Traditional Fairy Tales. The children have had lots of fun acting out the different stories, especially ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’ in our Castle Role-play.             

Fruit and Veg Shop

The children have enjoyed playing in their new shop and cafe. A big thank you once again for the money raised to purchase these.

Four Seasons

We had a fantastic day completing many activities around the theme of the four seasons! For Autumn, we made leaf bookmarks and decorated biscuits. For winter we melted a big block of ice and found a surprise inside! Then, we had hot chocolate. We remembered spring by hunting for our daffodils and made chocolate nests. […]