Welcome to Reception

The Reception Team

Mrs Baker Mr Driscoll

Miss Payne

RB

Mrs Denton-Miller

RD

Mrs Lanning

Mrs Loveday

 

Spring Term 2021

Phonics: We will be starting Phase 3 Phonics. Please refer to the document below for order of sounds taught.

Literacy: We will be looking at the following Traditional Tales; The Gingerbread man, The Three Little Pigs, The Three Billy Goats Gruff, Jack and the Beanstalk, The Little Red Hen and Little Red Riding Hood. We will be describing main characters and sequencing the story. We will be learning how to make a text map.

Maths: We will be consolidating counting up to and beyond 20 and one more/one less than a given number up to 20.

Practical addition up to 20.

Money: Coin recognition.

Length: Long, short, longer, shorter, longest, shortest.

Length: Tall, short, taller, shorter, tallest, shortest.

Recognising 2D and 3D shapes.

Symmetry.

Here are some useful websites and activities to access for home learning: 

Oxford Owl - Free access to a number of books (sign up required)

Topmarks - Maths activities  

Phonics Bloom - Phonics games to reinforce what is taught in school

Oak Academy- useful for story text mapping

ICT games - Various maths and phonics games

Kicky-Flicky letter formation powerpoint

 

We would urge you to read with your child every day. We cannot stress enough how important this is for their progress. If you are unsure which phase books to access for your child on Oxford Owl, please email their teacher. 

 

 

 

New parent information

 

 

Topic Overview

Autumn 1  All about me
Autumn 2 Colour and Christmas. Nativity. 
Spring 1 Traditional Tales.  
Spring 2 Spring and New Life. Visit from Zoolab.
Summer 1 Egg hatching. The Farm. 
Summer 2 Summer and the Seaside. 

 

Click here to view the EYFS Framework Document.

 

Phonics support and Information

Below are videos of the pronunciation of the Phase 2 and Phase 3 sounds

Phonics Play Website

Letters and Sounds Website

Click here to watch the pronunciations of the sounds.

Click here to see the actions for the sounds and how they are written. 

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