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Catholic Infant School

We live, love and learn happily in our work and play as part of God's family

Reception - St. Martin- Mrs McLaren

 

 

Class Teacher:  Mrs McLaren

Teaching Assistant: Mrs Reynolds


 

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Easter Home-Learning Project

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Phonics: Revise phase 3 digraphs/trigraphs: ai, ee, igh, oa

How many words can you write or objects can you find containing these sounds?

Practise reading and writing phase 3 tricky words: he, she, we, be, me, all, was, you, they, my, her, are

 

Maths: Recap 2D shapes. Go on a shape hunt around your home. Create a tally chart to record how many shapes you can find. e.g square, circle, rectangle, triangle, oval, pentagon, hexagon, octagon, semi circle.

Cut out some simple 2D shapes and make a shape collage.

 

Reading: Read daily (Bug club books, home reading books and/or own reading books).

Talk about what you have read and practise answering comprehension questions with an adult.

 

Understanding of the world: Make a book about 'People Who Help Us'. Can you write short sentences to describe how people help us e.g police officers, fire fighters, vets, doctors etc.

 

PE: Dance skills - practise keeping in time to an 8 count beat and sequencing simple movements e.g shrugging shoulders, bending knees, tapping toes.

 

RE: Share the story of The Good Samaritan. Think of ways that you can be kind and helpful at home.

Take One Picture Week

Forest School - January 2020

Forest School

Healthy Living Week - Parent Workshop


 

  Key Information
Reading Books In Reception school reading books are changed weekly. Your child will be allocated a book change day, which you will be notified of in the Autumn Term. If there is no comment in your child's Reading Record we will assume you have not had a chance to read with your child.
Library Books All children have the opportunity to go to the school library to choose one book to take home.  Please ensure that your child brings their library book and book bag to school on this day.  Library books do not need to be recorded in your child's Reading Record.
P.E. Day Our P.E. day is Tuesday Morning. P.E. kits should be kept in school at all times. We will send them home over the school holidays. Long hair needs to be tied back and earrings are not allowed to be worn in school at any time. It would be helpful if girls could have a pair of white ankle socks in their PE bag for the days they come to school wearing tights.
   
  A Typical Day in St Martin Class
 

*Please note this is a typical day and timings are approximations.

8:45

  • Doors Open
  • The children come in to fine motor activities

9:00

  • Doors Close
  • Registration begins

9:10

  • Phonics

9:30

  • Adult directed learning

10:15

  • ChIL 

11:45

  • Lunch

13:00

  • Group Reading

13:10

  • Adult directed learning

13:40

  • ChIL

14:30

  • Collective Worship

15:10

  • Home Time

 

Parent Curriculum Information Evening - Sep 2019

Harvest Samba

This is my body, broken for you...

cauliflowers fluffy with singers

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