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Dog's Trust

On Monday 27th February we had a visit from the Dog's Trust. We were very lucky to meet Winnie, a two year old pug and her owner Laura.We learnt about how we can keep dogs happy and healthy. We all had the opportunity to stroke Winnie gently on the top of her head. Of course we all had to wash our hands afterwards! When it was time for Winnie to leave we all received a sticker and a certificate. Take a look at our photos.

The Gruffalo's Child

One of the stories we have been reading this half term is 'The Gruffalo's Child by Juilia Donaldson. We enjoyed the story very much. We have drawn our own story maps, made the Gruffalo's child out of playdough and built a cave for the Gruffalo's child using our big build equipment in the outdoors. Outside we also put on our wellies to do some footprints just like in the story. Today stickman appeared in class and he is lost. we are going to write a letter to the Gruffalo's child to tell him where he is. We will let you know if he finds him!

Our First Nativity

All the children in Reception took part in a Christmas play called "Our First Nativity". They did very well, learning songs, actions and taking on the roles of different characters in the story. We hope you enjoyed it.

Bonfire Night

During our first week back after half term we had a very busy week talking about halloween and bonfire night. We read together 'Room on a Broom' by Julia Donaldson. We then made our own magic potions in our outdoor classroom. We used lots of different coloured powder paint and then the children added leaves, stones and special bits of treasure! We said 'Izzy whizzy let's get busy.' We created some lovely pictures of fireworks using a stamper made out of straws. We have made a lovely display outside our classroom. We also used the chalks outside to chalk firework pictures on the ground.

Trip to the Nature Garden

This week in school all the children have visited the nature garden to look for signs of autumn. We collected leaves that had started to change colour. We found orange, brown and yellow leaves. We saw lots of berries on the trees for the birds to eat. We found apples on the floor which had dropped from the tree. We collected signs of autumn with our partner and brought them back to class to show our friends. We did some number work using autumn leaves. Look at our photos.

European day of languages 26th September

Today in class Mrs. Goltowska taught us the polish words for hello, goodbye and thankyou. Hello is 'dzien dobry', thank you is 'dziekuje' and goodbye is 'dowidzenia' We tasted some polish sweets and polish dumplings. After eating the dumpling Abdulrahman said 'That was yummy, really yummy. Take a look at our photos .

Reception Class 2016-2017

We would like to say a big 'Thank you' to all our Reception parents and children for welcoming us into your homes when we undertook home visits. We were made to feel very welcome and it was a delight to meet the children in their home environment. The children are now settling well into school and we would like to share some photos of some activities we have been doing in our first two weeks in school. We have enjoyed time in our outdoor classroom, we have planted some lovely plants in wellington boots and we have been reading the Story 'The Little Red Hen'. You can see the hens we made out of playdough!

Graduation Ceremony July 2016

This is the first graduation ceremony to be held at Quarry Mount and what a lovely event it was. The children made their own mortar board hat, sang songs "In our Class we're Superstars" and "Finishing Reception", received certificates and celebrated with juice, cake and biscuits. Thank you to all the parents who turned up to watch. Here is the video presentation of the children in their mortar board and gown. What a beautiful class- how grown up do they look?

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Parental involvement strategies used in Foundation Stage 2.

Here are some of the strategies we use in our Reception class to involve our parents in their children's learning. Any further suggestions are welcome. Please contact Mrs Robinson.