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Welcome to Reception


Reception Spring 2 February 19th 2018

We would like to extend a warm welcome to our new members of staff in Early Years. Reception teacher Ms Togonu-Bickersteth who will be teaching in RS on Thursday  and Friday, our Nursery children already know her from her time teaching in  Nursery during the Spring Term and Miss Walsh a new EYP also in RS.

Welcome to Reception! We have two classes Miss Easdale's class (RM)  Mrs Lau's class (RS) and . In Reception there are lots of people who will  help you with your learning - as well as the class teachers there are Mrs Jones (RM) and Ms Canavan (RS) who cover the teacher's PPA time and our Early Years Practitioners Mrs Choudhry and Miss Parker (RM) and Mrs Almagrabhi (RS),  Miss Kulpa and Miss Kellam. There are other people who will help you too - Mrs Liddington and Mrs Ruddock are our lunch time supervisors.

Things To Remember

Please clearly label all your children's clothing and personal items. Children may bring in a labelled water bottle which will be kept on the trolley between the two classrooms.




EYFS Curriculum Spring 1 2018

Welcome back after the half term break and part two half term in Reception. Our new topic for this half term is ‘People Who Help Us’ , please talk to your child about your job and explain what you do whilst  you are at work. Talk about different professions amongst your friends and family. Talk abour how you got your job, what did you need to do to be come a pharmacist, teacher, driver etc... did you enjoy maths at school, or P.E or drama.

Please find below this half term’s homework sheet. There are many ideas which you can use to support your child’s learning at school.

This half term the children will continue learning how to read using phonics, you can support your child at home by helping them to practise the pure phonic sounds. If you are unsure how to pronounce them just watch this helpful video http://www.ruthmiskin.com/en/parents/. If you need any further support please ask any member of the EYFS team.

We are lucky to live in London where there are fantastic museums and learning opportunities right on our doorstep. Do not forget you can visit the Science Museum; the Greenwich Observatory and Planetarium; the Museum of London and locally Hollow Ponds or Skelton’s Farm all for free.

Important Dates

Dates For Your Diary

Book Week Dress Up Day 1st March 

Books that challenge sterotypes 

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