End of Term/Year: Summer 2020
and by clicking on this link you will find:-
Click on the links below for each activity pack. Every link contains two 15-minute activities to do with a child:
Good morning Children and well done for completing another week of home learning. Your messages and pictures on Class Dojo that I have
received from some of you make me so proud. I can see you have been working extremely hard.
Take a look at our staff video message that we have put together to let you know we are thinking about you all and miss you. Keep staying safe at
home. You are amazing and doing a fantastic job!
I am here to talk to you on Class Dojo and I will send you a message later to let you know who this weeks’ Star Learners are. Thank you to all those
parents who have sent messages and photographs this week. It is always lovely to see what you are doing.
Have a lovely day and enjoy your weekend!
Good Morning Reception Class!
I hope you are keeping safe and well and enjoying this beautiful weather. New home learning work packs are ready for your parents/family to
collect this morning from the school yard to help you whilst school is closed. Parents, you will find login details for Class Dojo so if you haven’t
already done so please follow the clear instructions so that you can access this site. I am here to talk to you on Class Dojo and would love to see
some photographs of things you have been doing and any work you have done at home.
Have a lovely day and take care
Good morning everybody!
I hope you are all keeping safe and well. It is another beautiful day and the sun is already shining, so remember to go out where it’s safe in your
outside space and enjoy some fresh air and sunshine! Complete the Home Learning Challenges below by clicking on the yellow button. Don’t
forget to tune into RWInc Set 1 Word Time Reading and Spelling and challenge yourself to read the tricky words.
Have a productive day but remember to have some brain breaks!
Good morning everybody, hope you are all keeping safe and well. Please join me on Class Dojo if you haven’t already. You will find the instructions for doing this in your home learning packs. Please contact me on Class Dojo if you need support with anything and keep those messages and photographs coming. It makes me so proud to see how busy you all are, whilst working from home. Best Wishes Mrs Molloy.
Click on the button and you will find todays challenges. Hope you enjoy!
Hello Everybody and welcome back after the Easter break. Unfortunately, we are still in lockdown therefore we will have to wait a little longer before
we can see each other again. With this, it is very important that you continue with your class work at home. Thank you so much to the children who
have kept in touch over the Easter holidays. I can see from the photographs you have sent me that you have been keeping yourselves busy. As
before, I will be rewarding children with Class Dojo’s for home learning and every Friday I will be sending out Star Award prizes which will be
delivered to your door!
Good Morning Everybody, It is Fabulous Friday today and we are at the end of the Spring Term, which means we break up today for 2 weeks!
I have added links to lots of Easter themed activities including craft and creative tasks to keep you busy, but please also spend some time relaxing
and making happy memories with your family. Perhaps you could go on an Easter egg hunt in your outside space or decorate a hard boiled egg.
The weather has to be sunny at the weekend so you could make an Easter sun bonnet. Please have fun, keep up with your reading, take care of
each other and stay safe. Remember to send me some photos/videos on ClassDojo. Have a lovely Easter break and I will update the Class page on
Monday 20th April.
From Mrs Molloy.
Please open the link below to read the latest SEND newsletter to support home learning for SEN children.
Good Morning and today is ‘Thankfulness’ Thursday,
Today we are going to show kindness and gratitude and be thankful for the people in our lives including family, friends, carers, the NHS, shop
assistants, delivery drivers and many, many more.
So, first of all we are going to get in a calm and reflective mood and to do this we are going to do some yoga. Please open the link below.
It is so important to look after our mental health and well being at this challenging time, so please have a look at the ‘Mindfulness Challenges’
above and try and complete one everyday. Let me know how you get on. You can complete some of the activities in your green book or send me a
video on Class Dojo.
Please take care, keep smiling and be ‘thankful’ for the small things in life.
Good Morning Everybody. Today is Workout Wednesday so the links I am going to add today all involve being active!
Let’s have a go at singing some number songs and action rhymes today. It could be ’10 green bottles’, ’10 fat sausages’, ‘5 little men in a flying
saucer’, ‘5 little ducks’, ‘Row, row, row your boat’, ‘Head, shoulders, knees and toes’. Be as active as you can. I am also going to add links for ‘Dough
Disco’, as well as ‘Storytime with Shonnette’. Please try and complete the challenge of drawing 10 bees on 10 flowers in your green book and last of
all, today’s ‘RWI Phonics lesson’. Enjoy your day and do what you can. Please share some of your experiences on Class Dojo. Please take care, stay
safe and try and get outside for some fresh air.
Regards Mrs Molloy.
Good Morning and Happy Tuesday!
To start the day I thought I would remind parents and children about the importance of staying safe online. Please read ‘Digiduck’s Big Decision’
and chat about it. There are some questions after the story that you can ask to ensure your child has understood the content of the story. I have
also added some information for parents to support children with keeping safe online. Please take a look at this.
Please take part in todays’ Read Write Inc. Phonics lesson and take a look at the Active Maths Challenge that I have set on Class Dojo. Please keep in
touch via Class Dojo and I will look forward to seeing some of your messages and photographs.
Take Care, Stay Safe and Be Happy!
Good morning everybody, I hope you are all keeping well and have made the most of the weekend under such circumstances. So many children are
feeling worried and anxious right now and so I have set up a link below for a book which explains Covid-19 and social distancing in a child friendly
manner. Hopefully, this could help alleviate some of their fears. Please click on the link below. Following this story, if you
haven’t already, why don’t you draw or paint a picture of a rainbow and display it in your window to help spread a smile and hope to people
passing by? Let’s try and change a negative into a positive this week. Let’s make this time of self isolation a time that your children will remember as
family time and a time to make happy memories together.
Today, I want you to listen to the story of ‘Pete the Cat – I Love my White Shoes’. Based on what Pete steps in to, can you predict (guess) what
colour his shoes will change to?
Pete wears 4 shoes because he has 4 feet. How many feet do you have? You have 2 feet. We call two of something ‘a pair’. How many pairs of shoes
can you find in your house? What else can you find pairs of? (e.g. socks). Write a list of these items in your green book. Now let’s practice counting
in 2’s. Let’s count together… “2, 4, 6 …” Fantastic!! Now line up all the shoes you can find. Can you count all the pairs of shoes in 2’s. How many
shoes altogether? How many ‘pairs’ of shoes? Finally, can you draw me a picture of a pair of your shoes or design a pair of shoes that you would
like to wear? Good job!
I have also added todays’ Set 1 and Set 2 Read Write Inc. Phonics lessons via the buttons below and one of Receptions’ favourite Number songs,
‘Count to 100’.
Please take care of yourselves and keep in touch via Class Dojo. I love to see and read about what you have been getting up to at home.
Regards Mrs Molloy.
Good morning everybody, hope we are all keeping well and have had a happy and productive week. There are some great links below to support
your child with Phonics, Maths and Physical Development.
Today I thought it would be helpful to parents for children to take part in doing some jobs at home. Perhaps they can help you with the housework
and tidy their bedroom. All children are familiar with our class rhyme, “Choose it, use it and put it away.” I am sure the children will enjoy helping
their parents make a meal and perhaps you can send me some photos on Class Dojo. Also, can the children draw or paint a picture of
a rainbow and then put it up in your window to help spread a smile and hope today? Send me a photo.
Stay safe and only go out if necessary.
Have a lovely weekend and keep in touch today via Class Dojo.
Keep on Smiling!
Good Morning everyone, hope you are all keeping well. Today is another lovely day and it is important you get some fresh air. Why not go into
your outside space and challenge yourself to do as many things as you can 20 times. For example, you could jump 20 times, do 20 star jumps,
throw and catch a ball 20 times etc. Be as inventive as you can and let me know through Class Dojo how you get on. It might also be nice to take a
look at the challenge cards in your packs and choose one or two of them to do.
I am going to add the links below for Joe’s P.E lesson, today’s Read Write Inc. session and also Storytime with Shonette. Watch to the end so that
you can complete the challenge in your green book.
Enjoy your day and please keep in touch on Class Dojo.
Regards Mrs Molloy.
Good Morning everybody, I hope you are all well and keeping safe whilst self-isolating. It is another beautiful day so please make sure you are
getting some fresh air in your outside space.
Please tune in to Joe Wicks daily PE workout at 9 a.m on YouTube.
Hi Parents, please open the tabs below. There is useful information and activities to support home learning whilst self isolating.
Hi Children, if you haven’t already done so, please make sure you join in with Joe’s PE lesson and make sure you complete your phonics lesson
today. Even if you don’t have any dough, we always enjoys dough disco time with Shonette.
Tune into storytime with Shonette (open the tab button below) and complete her challenge in your green book. I will be rewarding class dojos for
doing so. Finally complete one of the maths activities from your home learning pack.
Parents, if you haven’t already joined me on Class Dojo please do so and keep me informed of what your children are doing.
Also please spread the word to parents about visiting the Class Page on the school website so they can keep up to date with challenges set. Your
children have grown and developed so much this year and it is important they continue with their learning.
Please contact me on Class Dojo if you need any help or assistance with anything. I will look forward to hearing from you. I am really missing my
Class so would love to hear from the children. Take Care of yourselves and your families.
Hello everybody, I hope you are all well and keeping safe at home. Please keep your brains active during this time.
I hope you enjoyed your wake and shake this morning. Please complete one page of the high frequency word handwriting sheets and tell a grown up
what each word says. Can you write some of the words in your green book or perhaps write them in a sentence?
Also spend some time in the outdoors where it is safe. Take a look on cbeebies where you will find some information on the signs of spring then
go outside to look for them. Talk to a grown up about the changes in the garden and draw a Spring picture. How many Spring flowers could you
find? Were you able to count the number of Spring lambs you saw?
You could also sort your sock drawers out by mixing all the patterned socks and letting the children pair them up.
Read as many stories as you can and sing as many nursery rhymes as you can.
Have lots of cuddles with your children.
I will be on Class Dojo if you need any help or support.
Good morning everybody, hope you are all keeping well. It has been lovely receiving messages with photographs already from parents of children
continuing with their learning at home.
Within your home learning packs you will find the information for joining Class dojo. For those of you who already haven’t joined please do so as
soon as possible. During school hours you will be able to communicate with me and also I will be adding challenges and links to support learning
at home. You will also be able to send photographs of completed tasks so that I can reward the children with class dojos.
It is extremely important that we stay fit and healthy during this time of isolation for our mental health and well-being. Therefore it is good to start
our morning with a wake and shake activity. Each morning on You Tube at 9 a.m Joe Wicks the body coach is doing daily P.E lessons so please take
a look and stay fit at home.
Stay safe and best wishes to everyone from Mrs Molloy.
Our Reception Class is taught by Mrs Molloy, Mrs Begum and Mrs Barber
We are very honoured to have Mrs Joan Lord as our Class Governor. She visits our class on a regular basis.
Please scroll down the page to see all the exciting activities that we have been doing in Reception.
In our classroom, there are different areas of provision that the children can access independently or with their friends. Adults in class constantly model play skills, develop language and move the learning of the children on using next steps. Children also completed ‘focussed activities’ with an adult – this can be 1:1 or in small groups.
Areas of provision include : sand, water, creative, small world, construction, ICT, role play, messy, writing, maths and fine motor.
We also have an enclosed outdoor area which the children access throughout the day during continuous provision.
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