Our next topic is called “Who are we going to call?” We will be looking at people who help us and have transformed our role-play areas into a “vets” and an “opticians”. Here is the outline for the term:
On Monday 19th March 2018 we will be visiting Margate Fire station. We would like to ask that the children are dropped at Hawley Square Park area (opposite the library) for 9.15am promptly so that we can safely walk down to the fire station. We will return by coach and have a late lunch back at school.
On Friday 23rd February at 2.30pm, we will host a maths workshop where we hope to give you an understanding of how we teach maths within reception and strategies that you can use at home to support this learning. Please sign up at the school office if you wish to attend.
What did we learn in term 3?
In Term 3 our topic was called “Do cows drink milk?” We looked at animals, food and our role-play areas were transformed into a “vets” and “coffee shop”. Here is what we covered during the term:
Here is our friendship video, please feel free to watch us in action!
How does our classroom look?
Writing Workshop –
On Friday 1st December we will be having a workshop at 2.30pm in the school hall. The session will cover Write Dance, Dough Disco and how to help your child/children with their writing. We will look at what the expectation is for writing at the end of Reception.
On Friday 13th October there will be a reading/phonic workshop held at 2.30pm in our school hall. We would like to share how we do reading/phonics at St Nicholas at Wade Primary School and hopefully provide you with some useful guidance.
When you drop your child off on Monday 11th September 2017 (AM and PM), there will be a supply of tea and cake in the library. It might be a nice opportunity to meet some other parents, cheer yourself up (if you are feeling a little tearful) or just munch some cake!
This will be for the adults and Mrs Kemp will be around to greet you.
We believe in positive praise and always seek opportunities to reward the children. The children start the day on the “sunflower” and if they do something special they are rewarded by being put onto the “honey pot”. They then receive a sticker and share their good work with the class.