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Welcome to our reception class page


On this page we hope to share useful information, photographs, comments and pieces of work with you. Please click on the star to see what we have been learning. 

Summer 2:  Our big question this half term is

How does your garden grow?

Summer 1: Our big question this half term is

What will we find on the farm?

Spring 2: Our big question this half term is

Where shall we go?

Spring 1:  Our big question this half term is

How did that happen?

Some of the children in Reception have already accessed the 'Forest Garden' at school.  Two groups have been on a treasure hunt in the wooded area.  The rest of the children will visit the garden early next half term. 


They have really enjoyed working together and searching for different objects. 


Here is the treasure hunt they used that you could complete at home in the house or in the garden. 

Autumn B: The Enormous Turnip, Gingerbread Man and The Nativity story.

Autumn A: How can I make new friends?


This half term we will be settling in to our new school, making new friends and thinking about the people who can help us at home, in school and within our community.



Teachers: RLM - Mrs Mullarkey, RJR - Miss Rodwell.


Support staff: Miss Webster, Mrs Kay, Mrs Shackleton, Miss Sanderson, Mrs Meston.


Mrs Finn and Mrs Parkinson will also teach the children on a Wednesday. 


The following links will help you as a parent/carer understand how children learn and develop throughout their first year at school, in relation to the EYFS. Children learn and develop through playing, exploring, being active, creative and being asked questions to help their thinking. As you know, being a parent is very special and amazing as you watch your child grow up. It can also have challenges. We hope this information will help you to know how your child is developing by highlighting what to expect, remembering that all children are different.