Welcome to Class R 
 
 
Welcome to Reception's page on our school website. We hope you enjoy finding out about what we are doing over the next few weeks. 
 
 
Numicon tiles. 

 

Foundation Stage Class R 
Staff Teachers:  
Mrs. Fynn 
Mrs.Corline (Friday) 
 
 
Teaching assistants :  
Amanda Chadwick (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday Friday) 
Mrs Smith (Wednesday) 
Sam P 1:1 teaching assistant 
 
EAL assistant: Mrs Joanna Piwowar 
(Tuesday and Thursday p.m) 
 
 
 
Szanowni Państwo! 
Pracownicy szkoły Queensway Catholic Primary School pragną powitać Państwa dziecko w szkole. Dołożymy wszelkich starań, aby Wasze dziecko czuło u nas szczęśliwe i bezpieczne - w środowisku, w którym będzie mogło się uczyć. 
 
Dzień w szkole zaczyna się o godzinie: 8.50am i kończy o godzinie: 3.15pm, kiedy to muszą Państwo odebrać dziecko. 
 
Wychowawca Państwa dziecka nazywa się: 
Mrs. Fynn 
 
Osoby zajmujące się administracją nazywają się: Mrs Gale, Mrs Morley oraz 
 
Osoba ta zwykle odbiera telefony i odpowiada na zapytania Państwa w szkolnym sekretariacie. 
 
Z poważaniem 
Dyrektor 
Jane Fraser 
Washing Hands
"Every child deserves the best possible start in life and support to fulfill their potential. A child’s experience in the early years has a major impact on their future life chances. A secure, safe and happy childhood is important in its own right, ." 
Statutory Framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage, Department for Children, Schools and Families, 2012. 
 
 
The Early Years in school are known to be particularly influential in developing the skills and attitudes necessary for children to ‘learn how to learn’. 
 
Learning through Play. Children develop emotionally, intellectually, morally, physically, spiritually and socially and at different rates. All these aspects are of equal importance in the early years and are interwoven. Young children need opportunities to experiment, explore, investigate, observe and plan, implement, be imaginative and creative, and reflect upon their work and experiences. Play is an excellent learning medium and structured play activities are an integral part of the planned curriculum. Play is an important vehicle for learning and appropriate resources are provided both within and outside the classroom. 
Writing
In addition to the following as a Catholic school we follow the ‘God Matters’ RE strategy. 
 
The Early Years Foundation Stage gives equal importance to the 7 areas of learning: 
3 Prime Areas :- 
- Personal, social and emotional development 
- Communication and language 
- Physical development 
4 specific areas :- 
 
- Understanding of the world 
- Literacy 
- Expressive arts and design 
- Mathematics 
 
 
 
We will be basing a lot of our activities around the story 'The Little Red Hen' over the next few weeks. 
This week we will be using story making text to learn and retell the story. 
 
We will be writing words containing our phonic sounds and new sounds through games and guided activities. 
 
 
Please remember.... 
When you feel your child is ready to have their book changed , please write their name on the list inside the classroom door when you bring them in in the morning. 
Thank you. 
 
 
 
 
 
Please remember to bring in wellies and a waterproof coat on Wednesday this week, and every week.  
Thank you. 

Phonics 
 
We are practising our letter formation and using our learned sounds m,a,s,d,t,i,n,p,g,o,c,k,u,b,f,e,l,h,sh,r, j,v,y,w,th,z,qu, in our own writing. 
 
This week we are learning ch, x ng and nk 
 
Red words that can't be sounded out 
my, to, of ,I, you 
 
New word 'the' and 'little' 

Literacy 
Practising writing for different purposes within the classroom and outdoor environment. 
 
We are practising our correct letter formation. 
 
 
 
 
Maths 
We will be doing lots of counting back from 10 / 20 this week. 
 
We will be loking at lots of dot patterns this week called ' subitising' finding patterns ain numbers and making 5 / 10 in different ways through practical games.