Reception

Mrs Storey, assisted by Mrs Fallow and Mrs Clark

Welcome

A warm welcome to Reception. We are all looking forward to getting to know the children and their families.

As always, please feel free to call in and see us.

We are really excited to spend the next year together, watching the children grow and learn.

Mrs Storey, Mrs Clark and Mrs Fallow

 

Our Class Blog

Reception enjoy playing on their new slide

The Reception children enjoyed playing on their new slide and climbing wall this week. There was a lot of negotiating, turn-taking and risk assessment as they found different ways to come down and go up. Everyone took great care of each other, particularly when...

Our New Playground Equipment in Early Years

We were delighted to unveil our new 'social slide' in our Early Years yard this week!  Our Nursery children have already road-tested it, and judging by these photographs, they are clearly delighting in it.  The slide, accompanying safety surface and climbing equipment...

Our First Week in Reception

Our lovely Reception class have settled in magnificently!  Their parents joined us for coffee on Monday 11th September (the children's first full day at school), during which we showed them these photographs of their first week at Fellside. Presentation1

Reception Class Welcome Letter

Reception parents can find a Welcome Letter containing key information and a curriculum overview for the autumn term attached reception curriculum overview autumn term Welcome to the new school year Reception Class 2017 (1)

Nursery and Reception Music Workshop

Nursery and Reception had a great morning during our musical workshop! We heard lots of different instruments being played such as a keyboard, a bass guitar, a trombone, a trumpet, a violin and the drums. We learnt lots of new songs and learnt all about the different...

“Jays Animal Encounters” visit the Reception Class

We had a wonderful time when Jay brought some of his animals to school. He told us lots of interesting facts about them. We had the opportunity to hold them and stroke them. The only one we couldn’t hold was Prince, the giant African Bull Frog, because he was poisonous. We are looking forward to writing, drawing, painting and finding out more about them.

Reception Celebrate World Book Day

Reception children enjoyed a fabulous World Book Day. The children came to school dressed as their favourite character and for part of the day children from key stage two shared their favourite book with Reception children. Which character did you like best? [gallery...

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