A busy half term in Reception
This half Reception children were very busy getting ready for Christmas celebration. They have been making own salt dough decorations, learning about Christmas traditions in different cultures, taking part in their Christmas assembly and performing Christmas concert to their parents. We finished our half term with our first local trip to St Cuthberts Church.
The children have been very busy making poppies out of sustainable materials. They painted a plastic bottle which every child added to the instillation. Every child was given a name of a solder which they were able to think about and have a moment of reflection for.
Welcome back to school for the second half of the Autumn term. We hope you and your families had a nice break and you all are keeping well. This half term we will continue our People and Communities theme. On the lead up to Communities theme it will be full of celebrations and find out about how we all celebrate differently. We will be practising our Christmas songs ready for Christmas assembly Reception will also be taking part in the whole school Humanae art project inspired by Angelica Dass which is all about identity.
Children were very enthusiastic during their first RWInc sessions this week. They were so keen to learn new sounds and to form letters.
Our staff team consists of Miss Bell (Andersen class) and Mrs Bisset (Attenborough class) and supported by Mrs Grant, Mrs Osborne, Mrs James and Mrs Sims. Our classes are named after Hans Christian Andersen who is a famous children's author and Sir David Attenborough -an English broadcaster, natural historian and author.