Reception

Mrs Linfield/Mrs Pearce

Welcome to Reception

Hello, we are Reception Class! There are 30 of us in the class and we are lucky enough to have two teachers, Mrs Linfield and Mrs Pearce. Our teaching assistants are Mrs Whittaker and Miss Waugh and they work with us everyday. We are really looking forward to being part of St Philip Neri School and spending time with our Buddies in Year 6. We will be exploring and learning lots in our classroom and in the out door area. We are especially excited about playing in the new mud kitchen! Keep checking our page for updates to fine out all the activities and learning we will be doing this year.

 

 

EYFS Christmas Party!

It was party time in early years this week. They all looked great in their party clothes and danced all afternoon! They squeezed in a few party games too! They especially enjoyed the delicious party food they had brought in.  They all look like they had an a-m-a-z-ing...

Diwali Lights

Reception class have been learning about Diwali the festival of light. They have been busy making Diya candle holders out of clay. The children have decorated their candle holders with patterns. They had great fun making them and can't wait to try them out.

Reading Fun in Reception!

Last week a special library visitor Maria Buckley came to visit all the children in Reception. To help promote a love for reading every day and the importance of early Literacy skills. 'Martha the Monkey' also came to visit to engage all of the children! The pupils...

Who made the earth?

In Reception, with Mrs Pearce, the children have been thinking about 'Who is God?' They watched the story of creation and decided to make their own version of the story. They began with a candle for the light, then added some fabric to represent the sky, sea and land....

Summer Discos

This week we got our party clothes on and our dancing feet ready for our Summer Discos! Everyone look great and danced the night away with some very cool moves. With party games, snacks and a little bit of flossing, it was a great way to celebrate the end of term....

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