Welcome to Reception!
Meet your new teacher!
Watch the video created by your new Year 1 teacher! You will have been told who your new teacher is when you came to collect your report last week. (If you missed this, your new teacher will be emailed to your parents on Monday!)
You will have the opportunity to respond to your teacher and other tasks in this week's Home Learning timetable in the 'Learning that SHOULD take place' section below!
Ms Miles - Cedar Class
Ms Khan - Elm Class
Ms Rahim - Pine Class
**See the new weekly timetable below under 'Learning that SHOULD happen'**
Learning that happen
We have added some further Phonics, Literacy and Maths Challenges for our Reception students. You can find the outlines below. There is an accompanying letter with a simple explanation of the different levels of challenge below.
Virtual Olympics 2020!
This year, our Mitchell Brook Olympics has gone virtual!
Check out the Virtual Olympics 2020 web page for more information and to submit your scores!
The Koala Who Could - Part 1
The Koala Who Could - Part 2
New Tapestry Activities!
There is a new 'Activities' tab on our EYFS online platform, Tapestry. Our EYFS families are now able to see weekly activities set (from our normal weekly timetable), find all the necessary resources ready to download/view and add notes, questions and observations easily. Log on for yourselves and have a look - we cannot wait to see more of the learning that you are completing at home! Please see the video below from Ms Ilic which explains how to use the new activities on Tapestry.
Tapestry Activities - How-To
Previous Learning - Spring Term
Phonics, Spelling & Handwriting
Below you will find a Phonics sound mat which shows the different sounds that the children are learning. You will also see a parent log-in to access resources at home from Monster Phonics, our chosen Phonics scheme.
The Reception 'Tricky' Words are below. Children can practise these verbally, on paper or through games such as Bingo or matching word cards.
We have also included a poster showing the formation and join strokes for each letter of the alphabet.
|Sarah Rahim||Sala Davis||Zara Ilic|