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St Philip's Church of England

Controlled Primary School

Reception

Hello girls and boys,

 

How are you?  We are very nearly at the end of the school year.  Just two weeks to go.  What a strange time it has been.  Mrs Sumner and I miss you all very much.  We hope you have been enjoying the activities I have set.  This week we are learning about the last stage in the life of a caterpillar... do you know what that could be?    

 

We will also learn about doubles! Lots of lovely songs, videos and more practical activities this week, including a summertime walk..... l just hope that the sun comes out!

 

Enjoy you tasks and have a wonderful week!

Miss Rawlings

 

Hello Reception,

I hope that you are all well.  I can just imagine how much you have all grown during this time!  This week we are learning about patterns with the help of the Very Hungry Caterpillar.  You will begin to learn all about this amazing minibeast and its lifecycle.  There is a lovely writing task and lots of lovely art activities that link to caterpillars.  I can't wait to see your work and ideas!

 

Have a lovely week!

Miss Rawlings

Hello everyone,

 

I hope that you has lots of fun last week learning all about Elmer the patchwork elephant.  He is so bright and colourful and wonderful..... he is so very unique and special just like every one of us. This week we are looking at BUBBLES! I have planned a fun story for you to read- there are lots of funny rhyming words and word art to look at.  Can you spot the rhyming words?  I wonder..... if you could float away on an exciting trip anywhere in the while wide world..... where would you go?

 

I have lots of lovely bubble relate activities this week, as week as some exciting arts ideas.  In maths I have a fun game that focuses on subtraction and counting backwards.

 

Have fun boys and girls! 

 

Miss Rawlingssmiley

Hello Reception

I hope that you have had a fun week.  Did you see and hear the thunder and lightening storm?  Don't worry and don't be scared- it won't hurt you.  It is just very bright and very loud.  That the wonder of nature!

 

I have planned and attached some fun activities for you all to complete.  This week we are going to focus on the wonderful story of Elmer the patchwork elephant.  There is something very special about him..... watch the online story and find our why.  We are all different and we are all special too and so I have a lovely writing task based on celebrating ourselves.  This week you will use some important words to describe and compare the size of objects in your mathematics task.

 

Have a look at the exciting topic tasks too.  I know you will enjoy them.  

Miss Rawlings

Hello everyone!

I hope that you have been able to have fun over the half term holiday!smiley

 

I have planned and attached some fun activities for you all to complete.  This week we are going to focus on animals that live in the jungle and animals that live in the zoo! There is a brilliant story for you to watch and listen to online called 'Rumble in the Jungle'; a song to learn and sing; art activities to choose from; some brilliant ordering and sequencing numbers games; a writing task that you can do on Purple Mash OR using pencil in your exercise book, and some online games to play.

 

Enjoy everyone.  I look forward to seeing what you do this week.  I have seen LOTS of BRILLIANT work from you once again! Keep it up Reception!  

         

Miss Rawlings

Robotics Drawing and Story Writing Competition!

Supporting Children with Special Educational Needs (SEN)

The next few weeks (and possibly months) will be a particularly difficult time for children and families, whilst schools are closed and we are advised to self-isolate or socially distance ourselves from our friends and family. Our normal structure and routine will be unsequenced. This information pack aims to support parents of children with an ASD or LD during this tricky time and will hopefully make things a little more manageable.

Dear parents and children,

 

Mrs Sumner and I miss your smiley faces, and hope that you and your whole family are healthy and happy.  We continue to think of you all during this uncertain time and cannot wait to see you all again.  I will continue to add fun and engaging activities to complete each week that will keep you busy!

 

You are all in my thoughts and prayers.  Look after each other and stay safe.

 

Miss Rawlings

Dear Parents and Children,

 

I do hope that you are all well.  I am thinking of you all at this difficult time and saying a prayer for  good health.  I look forward to seeing you all again.    

 

The resources and materials below are to support and compliment the home learning pack.  Additional resources will be added to this page accordingly. I do hope that you find these activities and resources enjoyable.  Your health and well being are extremely important, and I understand the great task of taking on the role to support your child's education during this time.  I give you my thanks and appreciation. 

 

Stay safe and take care,

Miss Rawlings 

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