Reception

Hello and welcome to Reception. I am Miss Royle and I work alongside Mrs Cox in the mornings and Mrs Callaghan in the afternoons.

In Reception we love to learn through exploration and play. Check out our blog regularly to see what we’ve been doing at school!

Reception Winter Walk

Winter Walk 2017  


SPORTS DAY 2017 – PENTATHLON CHALLENGE

Our competitive Sports Day went ahead on Wednesday. A huge thanks to all the parents and helpers; we had a fantastic response this year which really helped the event to run smoothly.  Special thanks to our students, from Marple College, and to Mr & Mrs Allen for organising the help. Our, Olympic inspired, Pentathlon Challenge is now in its fifth year and it continues
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Class Dojo

We are really excited to trial this new and exciting method of communication over the Spring 2 half term. Please read and sign this agreement. Class Dojo provides an opportunity to share in your child’s learning, progress and success. Make sure you have signed up!


Newsletter 17th February

Newsletter 17th February


Reception Newletter 10th February

Newsletter 10th Feb    


Newsletter 3rd February

Newsletter 3rd February


Reception Newsletter 27th January

Click the orange writing below ↓   Newsletter 27th January


Reception Newsletter – 20th January

Newsletter 20th January


Autumn Learning

We have had lots of autumn fun this week in Reception. We have been writing spooky Phonics CVC words, we went for a spooky autumn nature hunt, we have been manipulating play dough and clay, we’ve been learning about Diwali and working with the Year One children to play an autumn leaves parachute game. We have also been talking about how our families celebrate
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What to expect, when?

As your child settles into Nursery or Reception, you might find this document useful. The purpose of this booklet is to help you as a parent/carer find out more about how your child is learning and developing during their first five years, in relation to the EYFS. Children develop more rapidly during the first five years of their lives than at any other time.
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