Welcome to Reception at Deighton Gates
2019 - 2020
The Reception Team: Miss Welsh, Mrs Hepburn and Mrs Taylor.
Each week I will be updating our class page with 5 challenges for you to complete.
Please keep uploading on Tapestry too!
You can contact me directly on email@example.com
List of books set as reading challenges on Oxford Reading Tree website over the school closure period:
Not read them all yet? Pick one from the list!
Big, Bad, Bug
The Big Carrot
The Dragon Balloon
Toad in the Road
The Ox and the Yak
Silver Rocket Foil
Nip and Chip
The King and his Wish
Monday 18th May 2020
Topic: "People Who Help Us"
Here are your 5 challenges to keep you busy at home this week.
Keep uploading to Tapestry, we love to see what you've been up to! Have fun & enjoy!
Miss Welsh x
Welcome to Reception Class 2019 - 2020
You can find out about all the things we will be learning about this half term
by clicking on the curriculum page.
Our PE day will still be a Wednesday, but please can we ask for PE kits to be in school all week.
You can keep up to date with our learning every day on Tapestry.
Please scroll down to read our weekly newsletters.
Highlights from our Space Topic (term: Spring 1)
Our Highlights from Autumn 2
Mini Beasts and Special Celebrations
(including our performance of the Wriggly Nativity!)
Our Highlights from Autumn 1
🌳 “Forest School” Highlights
Take a look around our classroom ...
Our First Day in Reception!
Wednesday 4th September 2019
Our first full week in Reception ...
Documents for Parents: What to expect, when?
Below, I have attached two very useful documents for parents of children in Reception.
The first document is a guide to the EYFS, the Early Years Foundation Stage. This is the statutory framework for learning in Reception.
The second document is "What to expect, when?"
As teachers, we are looking that children are able to show elements in the 30-50 months and 40-60 months age bands in the Autumn term. Please scroll down to the age bands, and see if you can identify where your child may sit, and therefore how you might be able to support them at home with their learning.