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Reception

WELCOME TO FS2

 

Class Teacher: Miss Tomlinson

Teaching Assistant:

 Mr Smith-Cattell

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientists in FS2 WC 26th April 2021

Our Literacy Journey WC 19th April 2021

Our Literacy Journey WC 12th April 2021

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What a fantastic first week back and what a great start to our summer term. We have enjoyed immersive afternoons, turning our classroom into a forest and grasslands. The beautiful sunshine has contributed to our learning environment as it has given us the experience of a relatively hot climate in which the dinosaurs lived.
We have learnt new vocabulary, read books, made predications, wrote sentences AND we have had such an exciting time as we have been fortunate to have an egg appear in our outdoor learning area! Is it going to hatch today? tomorrow? or next week? Who knows, but watch this space to find out when and what hatches from the egg!

Fit and Healthy

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Health and Well Being

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What a fantastic first week back at school. It has been lovely having the children back in school and they have settled in really well. The children have followed routine and expectations, enjoyed spending time with their friends and have thoroughly enjoyed their PE day today, not only keeping their bodies healthy but their mind too!

We have considered how children's experiences over the last few months have affected them and what impact this may have had. We have looked at and discussed in detail 'The Colour Monster' This sensitive book encourages young ones to open up and discuss how they feel, even when their thoughts are confusing.

World Book Day

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FS2 have really enjoyed sharing stories, having a mystery reader read to them and making lots of reading activities.

FS2 Working hard during remote learning wc 08.02.2021

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Well-being Week in FS2 1st February - 7th February 2021

More great remote learning from FS2 children WC 25th January 2021

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FS2 Timetable

Here are a couple of school reminders: 

 

- School starts at 9.00am with the school gates opening at 8.35am (allowing extra time).

- School ends at 3.25pm

- Please ensure the office staff have your up to date contact details

- Please ring the office if your child will be absent. 

 

Uniform

Here at Holy Family we pride ourselves on our smart appearances. Please ensure children come to school dressed appropriately and wearing correct school uniform. 

 

 

Please do not hesitate to ask me questions regarding your child and their education or if you require a general update on how your child/ren are doing. Please ask for Miss Tomlinson and I will ensure I make time to meet/speak with you. 

Many thanks!

We are looking forward to beginning our amazing learning journey with you all! 

The FS2 Team! 

 

 

How parents can help

Phonics

 

The phonics programme we follow is called Read Write Inc. (RWI). In reception we are beginning to blend sounds together to create words.

It is really important that the children practise blending sounds together to create words so please blend, blend, blend with your children at home. 

Playing simple listening games can help your children understand phonics a lot more. Asking your child 'Can you get your c-oa-t?' 'Sit on the ch-air.' etc. will help them understand 'fred talk' or 'sounding out'.

Below is a video to help you pronounce 'pure' sounds. 

 

Information for Parents: How to say the sounds

FS2 children enjoying lots of different phonic activities.

 

Handwriting

In FS2 we use pre-cursive handwriting.

Below is a copy of the pre-cursive traceable letters we use and a copy of rhyme cards we use to help your child remember correct letter formation.

Examples of handwriting in FS2

Carols Around the Crib Holy Family

Autumn 2 Walk through Winter Woodland

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Anti-Bullying Day

Enterprise Week

Black History

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