Reception

Miss Haley

Welcome to Reception

 

A check up from Nurse Hannah!

Linked to our topic 'People who Help us' a nurse called Hannah came into Reception to tell us all about her job and how she helps people. First, she began by talking about why she wears a uniform and gloves. Then, she showed us her stethoscope and told us that she...

Reception’s apple crumble bake off!

This week, Reception have been making apple crumble. First, we went into the garden and picked some apples off the apple tree. Next, we peeled them and cut them up. After that, we used the scales to weigh out the ingredients to make the crumble. Mrs Noble popped them...

We have chicks!

Reception have been visiting Shadon House every week and have helped the residents to hatch chicks. We have got eight fluffy chicks. Today we got a chance to hold and stroke...

Royal Dressmakers

Reception have had an important job to do this week. We have been designing dresses and suits for Meghan and Prince Harry to wear at their wedding! We used the Purple Mash program to paint a picture of what we would like them to wear. Then, using the keyboard we wrote...

A balancing act!

Reception have been working hard in Maths today. Using the scales, we have been trying to find different ways to make numbers using numicon pieces. First, we put one numbered piece of numicon in one side. Next we explored, looking for different pieces of numicon we...

Make Friends Monday!

Make Friends Monday is happening every Monday during Plan, Do, Review, we each had a turn to pull a name out of the bag and that was our friend to play with. We talked about what we were planning to do, then we played and worked together to make models and paint...

Reception visit the farm.

On Monday 19th March Reception and Nursery, visited Hall Hill Farm. Linked to our topic 'Animals'  we went to find out what animals live on a farm. Whilst we were there we got to feed milk to baby lambs, hold some chicks and find out how to look after a range of...

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