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St Anne's Catholic

Primary School

Live, Love and Learn together with Christ.

Reception

 

 

 

July 2020

 

 

Thank you so much for all the kind words, cards and gifts you gave to all the staff for the end of the year. We are all very touched and they are very much appreciated. A special thanks goes to the children who made the cards. They are fantastic! The chocolates in the staff room were also a welcome treat.

 

I will continue to put daily messages onto the website next week as we do not officially finish school until Friday 17th July.

 

I will leave the 'Home School Learning' page as it currently is on the website for you to access and use, but will start to amend it in the holiday. Please download and save any documents you think you might want to use with your child at home. If you would like to do a little work with your child over the holiday, please focus on reviewing phonics from Phase 2, 3 & 4, writing letter & number formations correctly and simple maths application work we have covered this year. Please remember though, that children will need a break after this year in order to be refreshed and ready for learning in September. You might like to use the summer holiday to be creative, play games or spend time catching up on experiences missed earlier in the year during lockdown.

 

Thank you for your support throughout this unusual year - one we will never forget.  The class have made huge progress academically and socially and certainly live out our Catholic values and virtues. They have become great friends who love and care for each other as a whole class - they make sure that no one is ever left out. I'm sure these friendships will only continue to grow through their time at St Anne's. You should be very proud of them.

 

I hope you all have a wonderful summer break. 


Love & prayers to you all

From

Mrs Turley

 

Dear Parents

 

Welcome to Reception's Class web page. This page is intended to help both the parents and family in their journey through Reception. Please use the icons above to navigate the page.

 

As we move into the second half of the year, we move ever closer to Year 1. We’re doing well with phonics and are currently learning the digraphs and trigraphs from Phase 3. There are flash cards on the Literacy page to use with your child and the parent help sheet and PowerPoint from the Parent Workshop for your information. The tricky word songs we sing in class are on the video pages along with some segmenting and blending videos. Please spend time regularly with your child practicing segmenting and blending. Children need to be competent at blending regular words by the end of Reception. For other expectations, please look on the Curriculum pages. 

 

Please consider joining the school's active PTA. The next meeting takes place on Monday 9th March at 7pm. If you are unable to attend the meeting, but would like to help at an event, please let me know and I will pass your support on to the PTA. Alternatively, you could speak to Mrs Perry-Ryan (Eva's mum) who is the Chair of the PTA. 

 

If you have any questions, worries or queries, please either add a message in your child’s Home-School Links book or use the contact email form below. 

 

Mrs Turley

 

 

                                                                

    Mrs Turley - Class Teacher                              Mrs Long - Teaching Assistant

 

 

Mrs Matchett - Teaching Assistant      Mrs Taylor - Music Teacher      Mr Walker - Sports Coach

General Reminders / Information

  • Music lessons with Mrs Taylor - TBA 
  • Multi Skills After School Club - TBA
  • PE lessons - TBA
  • Please check and clear your child's reading packet every evening. They will be filled with letters, fliers, party invites, children's pictures etc
  • Please make sure that uniform, coats and drinking flasks are clearly named (if it moves or can be taken of - name it!) especially if your child has new uniform. Please do not use pen to write a name things as it will come off after a wash or become rubbed off
  • Please ensure that earrings are of a small stud style and removed for PE days 
  • Please make sure hair is tied up completely in ponytails or plaits and not in a half up / half down style to help stop the spread of head lice
  • Please make sure that packed lunches include healthy choices and are not too big - Children should not be bringing sweets or chocolate to school
  • Please make sure that you always order your child's school dinner through the Dolce website (especially after a holiday)
  • If your child is late in the morning, please take them directly to the main office
  • If you want to give the class a treat  on your child's birthday, then please provide a small packet of sweets or chocolate bar. We do not have the facilities for sharing big birthday cakes and anything larger can make some parents and children feel uncomfortable.

 

SUMMER HOLIDAY

 

  • Thursday 3rd September - School re-opens to children for Autumn term

 

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