Whaplode
Church of England
Primary School

But as for you, be strong and do not give up, for your work will be rewarded

2 Chronicles 15:7

I can do all things through him who strengthens me

Reception Class

Hello and welcome to the Reception page of our school website.

World Book Day 7 March

Reception Class Staff

Mr Ruck

Mr Ruck

Class Teacher

Mrs Hill

Mrs Hill

Teaching Assistant

The Underwear Rule
The NSPCC has lunched the Underwear Rule campaign and information for parents can be found on their  Talking Pants website.

Other Languages

The Lithuanian Guide for Parents

The Polish Guide for Parents

The Latvian Guide for Parents

Freeing Brussel Spouts 11 February

We made a chart to show our favourite vegetable 11 February

Strengthening our fine motor skills 11 February

Baking 22 January

After reading Little Red Riding Hood the children decided that they wanted to make cookies and dip them in MILK! So that is exactly what we did. The children worked well in small groups to mix, stir and bake their cookies. They were very tasty.

Toast Table 17 January

Once a month we try to have the toast table open in Reception. The children really enjoy toasting the bread themselves and choosing their own toppings. It is a great way to encourage social skills and also fine manipulative development.

PCSO Newell Came to Visit 17 January

PCSO Newell came to visit, she spoke about the role the police take in keeping people safe and answered any questions the children had. PCSO Newell even had enough spare uniform that she let all the children dress up and try on the helmets. We then made a finger print book mark and had a turn in the police car - the siren was VERY loud.

Making Gingerbread Men

Christmas party

Santa

Can we eat a colour?

Road Safety

Mixing Colours with our feet!

Poppies

Pumpkins

Shape Hunt

Darren from Roots to Food came to visit today. He spoke about the importance of exercise, portion size and with help of two extra chef’s made the whole class a Banana Milkshake.

Harvest Festival

Roots to Food

Darren from Roots to Food came to visit today. He spoke about the importance of exercise, portion size and with help of two extra chef’s made the whole class a Banana Milkshake.

Upside Down

Food Tasting

Today we gave the children the opportunity to taste a variety of foods. Some of which were: soup, noodles, marmite, spicy crisps, tuna, lemon and smokey cheese to name a few.

Stanley

Helping

The children have learnt lots of new skills while using the toast table. Such as: spreading, cutting, washing, drying, hand and eye control, and simple safety measures. Then they could enjoy eating toast with their friends.”

Our First Week