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September in Reception

Many thanks to all our parents who attended our first 'Stay and Play' a good time was had by all. Remember, if you have any questions at all regarding early reading, please ask.

Stay and Play

October fun

October fun  1 Diwali
October fun  2 Diwali
October fun  3 Potions
October fun  4 Pumpkin drilling
October fun  5 Letter writing
October fun  6 Pumpkin exploration
October fun  7 Pumpkin carving
October fun  8 Animal enclosures
October fun  9 Miss Black's been turned into a frog! Help!
October fun  10 Writing spells
October fun  11 Writing spells
October fun  12 Halloween disco
October fun  13 Halloween disco
October fun  14 Halloween disco



Our Topic Overview


Term 1

Term 2

Term 3


Seasons-Winter & Spring


Celebrations & Traditions.

Celebrations & Traditions.

Celebrations & Traditions.

All About Me

New Life

Growing and Keeping Healthy.


Topics will arise according to the children's interests. We believe in following the children's interests to springboard our topics for the week. So look out for lots of interesting learning going on!


Welcome to Reception

The children have settled well during their first half term, making lots of friends and starting their life-long learning journey.


Book bags 

Book bags are to be brought to school every Wednesday. Book bags will be sent home every Friday with a library book that we recommend that you read to your child. They will also bring home their learning log with a home/school activity for you to complete together (be an active member of dragon club). This will be based around your child's learning in school. Learning logs will be shared with the class each week.


Water bottles 

Water bottles are to be brought to school daily and can be kept in school as they are refilled daily. 

PE Kits 

PE kits will need to be in school after the half term. These will be sent home at the end of each half term for washing. PE kit is a white t-shirt, black shorts and black pumps. As the weather is now changing, can you please ensure your child has a pair of wellies and a waterproof coat.



Children are able to bring in a snack from home. Please note this snack must only be an item of fruit. 



**Useful links!!**


Some parents have asked for advice on educational games/ websites that they can use at home with their child.

These are a few suggestions that we use in school and they are popular with the children. Why not have a go and have some fun! 


To help with reading and phonics why not check out the games on these links:


Your child might also like to play the great number games you can find by following these links:


If you have any concerns regarding your child you can speak to the class teacher before or after the school day.


Mrs. Spreadbury and Miss Black