Teacher: Miss Lake
Year Group: Reception
Class Parent Rep(s):
Mrs Divers and Miss Burkett (Walborn)
Info and Children's Work
ELGs These are the expectations for the end of the Reception year.
At Anthony Roper we follow the Read, Write, Inc. scheme. Below are the Read, Write, Inc. words to read. Red words are also called tricky words or common irregular words.
Here are the PowerPoints from the Maths and Phonics workshops.
We made fairy-tale trees with Mrs Murray.
Our new writing boards
We loved using our illuminated writing boards!
Harry Potter Day
We dressed up for the day and had fun making wands and potions in the woods with our friends in Puddle Duck Class.
Three girls in our buddy class Tolkien, planned a fun-filled afternoon in the woods for us. We had a treasure hunt first and then returned to class to do some art work. There were even prizes! Thank you to all of our buddies.
Rain, rain don’t go away!!
We had fun jumping in puddles!!
We went into the woods and had fun making dens.
Ice cream shop
After drawing ice creams with shapes- we created an ice cream shop together. It was very popular!
We had a great time at our class Christmas party. In the morning we made pizzas to eat at the party. Someone said it was “the best party ever!!”
We made yummy mince pies!
Christmas is coming!
Healthy Living week
We tried lots of different activities including mindfulness music and colouring in, making smoothies, yoga with Mrs Harrison, using the bikes and play equipment and learning how to keep healthy. We looked at some exotic fruits too and tried some.
We have been using magnetic boards to make real and nonsense words and enjoying reading and writing.
Children in Need PJ party in the woods
On Children in Need day we wore pyjamas to school. We went to the woods for a PARTY! We danced, played musical statues, played ‘over and under’ with a banana, decorated a Pudsey Bear face and had yummy brioche and hot chocolate- (much needed on a frosty morning!)
Paul Klee Art
Our class artist this year is Paul Klee. We looked at his work called ‘Separation in the Evening’ and tried to re-create it ourselves using pastels. Fun and messy too!!
Here we are making some jam tarts.
What can you hear? What can you see?
The children laid on the floor with their eyes closed and listened to the sounds they could hear. Then they opened their eyes and looked up into the sky to see what they could see. After that, we went on a colour scavenger hunt.
The children enjoyed making a pear and apple crumble.
As part of our learning about Diwali, the children made a Diva lamp.
We went into the woods and created a hedgehog with leaves.
Bikes and trikes
We had fun whizzing around the playground on the bikes, scooters and trikes.
We met with our buddy class- Tolkien. We wandered through the woods and found 5 autumn leaves to take back to school.
We made cookies- yummy!
Fun in the woods
Our first few weeks at school