Welcome to Reception
The teachers have put together learning activities for you to complete at home while school is closed. Keep checking for updates, staff will add new work in the forthcoming weeks.
There are many websites offering free educational resources at the moment, please can we ask you to only use the ones set by your child's teacher. The work we set has been carefully chosen to match the Whinfield Curriculum and more importantly they are safe and secure for the children to use.
How to save work
When completed, click on the red arrow button (top right) and choose save and exit.
Choose to save in 'my work'. This can now be viewed from the yellow work tab in the home screen.
To upload to year group notice board
We have set up some notice boards for each year group as a way for children to share their wonderful learning with us and others.
Please note- work must be saved and reopened. Click on purple lined button (top left) and choose share.
Choose share again, and then choose your year groups notice board. A teacher will approve before it is posted.
Let’s Learn Together
Meet the Staff
Mrs J Murphy (Team Leader)
Miss T Nixon
Mrs J Rowney
RECEPTION TEACHING ASSISTANTS
Mrs A Rissetto
Mrs J Walsh
Our Curriculum Year
Our Curriculum Year
This plan will also incorporate the children’s interests as the year progresses so topics may be adapted and added throughout the year:
Autumn Term 1
Who am I?
Witches and Wizards
Autumn Term 2
Who Lives in the Land of Make Believe?
Celebrations(Diwali, Bonfire Night, Christmas)
Spring Term 1
Who would I ask to help me?
Spring Term 2
All Creatures Great and Small
Summer Term 1
Growth and Change
Summer Term 2
Here, There and Everywhere
Parents will be provided with English (speaking, listening, reading and writing) objectives each term for parents to support the development of their child. Parents will similarly receive Mathematical (number and shape, space and measure) objects each term.
It can be helpful to send a change of clothes (named) with your child as our spares are limited as accidents sometimes happen when the children are busy learning and playing they forget to go to the toilet.