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Reception - Aliens Love Underpants!

Lots of giggles could be heard in Reception today!  They loved designing underpants for their aliens.  They used their mathematical skills and drew some 2D shapes on the pants too.

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Reception - Weighing up the risk!

Reception have been taking safety measures when weighing up the risks within their play.  Yes, they knew there was a chance they could fall, but by making sure their bricks were stable and didn't wobble (too much), they were happy to give it a try.  They were brave and confident during their…

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Friendship Day and Pudsy!

Reception had a superb day celebrating their friendships.

They each gave One Kind Word to be written on a balloon and explained how it felt to have such wonderful and kind friends.  Reception then made heart shapes with their hands to show to their friends.

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Reception - Spatial Thinking

Reception are enjoying exploring with their spatial thinking skills.  They have been using their whole bodies to move under, over, through and around an obstacle course and have been inspired by Kandinsky's 'Stained in triangle' art to create their own piece of artwork.

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Reception - Geometry

Reception have been doing a bit of detective work; digging around in their woodland area, recognising circles and triangles in our natural environment outdoors. They built their own triangles and circles but had a challenge - could they build a circle with sticks?  A unanimous 'no' was the answer.…

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Remembrance Week- ICT in Reception

Reception class are definitely becoming technological experts who have mastered how to choose an appropriate programme to explore their artistic talents.  They were able to choose designs, colours, and the type of brushes they wanted for their poppies during our Remembrance week.

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Reception-Remembrance Day

Reception class have been learning about the past and the significance of wearing a poppy.

They discussed events and thought about the feelings of others whilst looking at poignant images.

#Embace #Evolve

 

 

 

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Reception-problem solving

“The floor’s lava!”

Mrs M was so impressed with Reception’s problem solving skills.  Not only did they work as a team to manoeuvre their way across their outdoor area, but they talked strategies, thought about their safety and included everyone who wanted to join in. Each one had a very…

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Parliament Week in Reception

Our thoughts, feelings and opinions are so important to us in Reception. By taking part in a very official vote today, we discussed what we could consider when making important decisions, how to manage our emotions and the importance of turn taking. We then waited with baited breath to find out…

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Reception-Arts and Culture Day

Reception have well and truly been inspired by the work of British sculptor, photographer and environmentalist, Andy Gloldsworthy OBE.

The creation of Reception's 'Magical Land Art' was thoroughly enjoyed by all of the children who worked enthusiastically to build their masterpiece. The…

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Reception-Pumpkin fun

A pumpkin appeared in Reception’s outdoor area! 

“What’s that?...Where did it come from?...Can I look inside?...It’s massive!…It’s really heavy!…Can someone help me?…WOW!…It’s slimy…Smells nice…I went pumpkin picking.  It was really good.  I went with my mum…I’ve been too! I sat in a…

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Celebrating Black History Month in Reception

Reception have had a very busy morning preparing and enjoying a traditional African tropical fruit salad.

Their 'Saladi Ya Matunda' consisted of bananas, peaches, melon, pineapple, mango, a drizzle of runny honey and avacado. The children couldn't get enough of it and asked for more! Some…

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