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The teacher in Reception is Miss Newsome.

The Teaching and Learning Assistants are Miss Alberts and Miss Nelson.

Uniform:

  • Children are expected to be in full uniform every day, with a sensible pair of shoes and a coat.

  • All items of clothing must be labelled with your child’s name.

  • Children with long hair should tie it back neatly.

  • Children should not wear make up, nail varnish, or transfer tattoos whilst at school.

  • If your child wear glasses they need to bring them into school every day.

  • Children should bring a pair of wellies and a waterproof coat as they will be playing outside every day.

    PE:

  • Reception PE day is on a Monday.

  • Every child must wear a white t-shirt, black shorts and black pumps for PE.

  • Children must have their hair tied up and wear plasters to cover or remove their earrings.

  • PE kits to remain in school on your children’s hooks for the whole half term.

    Homework:

  • Each half term we will send home a homework grid which is linked to our topic.

  • We will also send home Phonics homework.

  • Homework needs to be of a high quality and well presented.

  • If you have any questions about your child’s homework please see Miss Newsome.

    Reading Books:

  • Please ensure your child’s reading packet is in school every day.

  • Please read regularly with your child and ensure that their reading diary is signed.

  • When reading with your child, check that they understand the words and story.

    How you can help your child:

  • Ensuring they get a good nights sleep.

  • Reading every day – find a quiet place, cuddle up, talk about the pictures and enjoy the book.

  • Encourage them to be as independent as possible by getting themselves dressed, feeding themselves, going to the toilet themselves, washing their hands and tidying up their toys when they have finished.

  • Completing the homework grid.

  • Taking your child to the library and share your love of reading.

  • Writing: Practice forming the letters of the alphabet and writing words and sentences about their activities over the weekend or their reading books.

  • PLAYING – outdoors, creative art, baking, imaginary play.

    Here are a list of useful websites:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/learning/schoolradio/subjects/earlylearning

    http://www.ruthmiskin.com/en/

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies

    http://disneyjunior.disney.co.uk/ 

    Thank you for your continued support,

    Miss Newsome

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