Reception's First Week

Settling in...our little stars are shining.

Reception 2017 class have settled into their new class and school beautifully.

Mrs Walker, Mrs Owen and Mrs Davis are all really pleased with how kind, sensible and smart their new class is.

They look lovely in their new uniforms. However, some children have lost their jumpers and cardigans already because they do not have a name in them. Please could you check at home that you do not have a jumper that does not belong to you? Someone has taken the wrong jumper home and it does have a name in. Please send P.E. kits in (with names on all items) as they will have P.E. on Mondays (starting from 11th September).


Children have been given some homework to explore at home with you. Please send it back on Tuesday.


Children have been working on learning our school rules, class expectations and moving around the school, into the hall for assembly, lunch and kiddush.



Mrs Halter and Mrs Davis have been teaching the children all about the Jewish New Year and the children learned about Rosh Hashanah by trying to blow the shofar to prepare for and welcome the Jewish New Year.


Anti-Bullying Week

Reception also worked hard to produce a display called, "Reception have Kind Hands," for our Anti-Bullying Week.

Year 6 were very kind and took a child (or two) from Reception around the displays and explained the ideas behind each year group's display.



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Have a great weekend.



Habitat homework

Thursday 22nd June

I am very impressed by the effort and enthusiasm shown to the homework over the last couple of weeks. It is clear to us all that we have a very creative and imaginative class this year. Thank you to all the parents, relatives and siblings that have helped to complete this high standard of homework. It is always appreciated.

Next week, I will be asking for your help once again. The homework task this week will be to design a new bathroom for the Reception Class. We need to design 3 cubicles and 2 sink areas for the new class to use in September. I would like to use the ideas created by the class as a basis for the designs to send to the builders. I hope your children can help me to achieve my aim. 


Thank you again for your continued support,


Mrs Poole  

Hatton country world


Hatton Country World - Thursday 15th June 2016

10.05am We arrived at Hatton country world. Reception enjoyed the coach journey, spotting the wildlife on the way. pheasants, cows, sheep, lambs, a horse and a 'zebra' (a horse with a zebra striped coat on). 

We loved Hatton Country World. The children fed the animals, had a trip on the tractor, enjoyed a sheep race, had fun in the soft play area and handled some guinea pigs. It was exhausting and many children had a nap on the way back.

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Mrs Poole