Otters

Week commencing 19th November 2018

 

Prime areas of learning

 

This week we will be continuing with our Winter Wonderland topic. The value of the month is Humility and the artist of the month is William Morris.

 

Specific areas of learning

 

In phonics this week we will recap all the sounds we have learnt so far as well as learning l, ss, j and v. We will spend time exploring the sounds using object boxes and songs. We will continue learning the High Frequency Word ‘and’ as well as tricky words ‘the’, ‘to’, ‘no’, ‘I’ and ‘go’. This week we will also be continuing to practise learning letter names alongside the sounds and singing the alphabet song.

 

In Literacy this week we will reading ‘Be Brave Little Penguin’ by Giles Andreae and Guy Parker-Rees. We will be thinking about the theme of the story which is over coming challenges and linking this to our Characteristics of Learning.

 

In Maths we will recap numbers to 8 before moving onto the number 9. We will be unpicking this number, collecting 9 objects and thinking about how to represent this number, before using resources, including Numicon to find different ways to make 9.

 

Ideas for home   

 

  • Practice getting changed for P.E. independently.
  • Practise putting your coat on and zipping it up.
  • Can you find 9 objects around the house?
  • Practice your phonics sounds and reading.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A typical day in reception

 

Start of the day

At 8:45 a.m. we come into the cloakroom by ourselves and hang up our coats and bags. We then find our name and peg in.

Outdoors

Lots of our learning takes place outside. Each of us will spend some time learning in the outdoor classroom.

Carpet time

We all spend some time together on the carpet before lunch to review our learning and have a story. Some of us go home for lunch.

The afternoon

After lunch we do singing and find out what we will be learning in the afternoon. Again we will spend part of the afternoon outside.

Before home time we review our afternoon learning and have a story. We get our coats and bags and say goodbye to our friends.

Ready steady go time

When we come into the classroom we choose one of the activities at the tables. When we are in the classroom we use our ‘Indoor Voices’.

Fruit time

At fruit time we make sure we wash our hands before getting our cup and piece of fruit. We sit down when we are eating and sometimes listen to music. When we have finished our fruit we always put our rubbish and cups away.

Lunchtime

We have our hot school meals we eat in the canteen. Then we have time to play with our friends from the other classes.

Going home

We all go to the cloakroom and get our coats and bags ready to go home after a hard day at school.

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Woking, Surrey
GU21 4QQ, United Kingdom

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