Hello and welcome to R1's class web page
Mrs Eden - Class Teacher
Mrs Hales - Class Teaching Assistant
and of course, our class of 30 children.
Also in Reception and shared between R1 and R2 is Mrs Jones - TA
Our school day is from 8.50am - 3.10pm. Children arrive and leave through the
double doors in our side outdoor area.
Our PE day this year will be on a MONDAY.
All PE uniform can be purchased from Whittakers, Southport.
On PE days, the children should come dressed to school wearing a ...
white Birkdale/plain round neck t-shirt
royal blue shorts
royal blue tracksuit hoodie
royal blue tracksuit bottoms
trainers (preferably blue or black)
Pumps (kept in school)
All hair longer than shoulder length should be tied back.
Stud earrings should be removed or covered up.
The children should bring a small backpack to school which they can leave on their peg. Inside the bag should be a pair of pumps for the children to change into for indoor PE and spare clothes in case of accidents eg a spare skirt/trousers, socks/tights and underwear.
A FEW REMINDERS
* All school uniform MUST be named
* Children can bring a NAMED sports top water bottle in to school containing WATER ONLY
* Book bags should be brought into school everyday so that the children can take home any work or letters given out.
Our weekly Little Wandle phonics homework is set on Google Classroom every Monday. Reading books are given out and should be handed back in every Wednesday to be changed. Library books are changed every Friday.
Our topic this term is all about the ‘Big Wide World’. The children will learn about the environmental changes that happen as we move from autumn to winter. They will explore water and ice as well as well as testing materials to find those that are waterproof. We will look at contrasting environments and the animals that live there ( Arctic and Antarctica). Texts will be focus on the season of winter and writing will be inspired by the children’s imagination as we continue to enjoy the Drawing Club. In PE, children will explore movements and linking them together in dance and gymnastics.
Our topic this term is entitled 'All About Me'. Our focus for the children will initially be to ensure that they are happy and settled leaving their carer and coming into school, sharing and talking about their feelings, making friends and learning new routines. During the first 6 weeks, we will complete their Baseline Assessment through practical activities, discussion and observations. This will enable the staff to plan for your child's next steps in learning. Please have a look at the Autumn Curriculum Overview on the link below for a detailed overview of the autumn term curriculum.