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Reception Class

Welcome to our Reception Class page

 

 

Our PE Day is FRIDAY

World Book Day

Tapestry Online Learning Journey - Parents' Guide

Reception Class have enjoyed trying a variety of Chinese foods.  The have tucked into chicken and noodle stir-fry with black bean sauce, sweet and sour chicken, egg fried rice, spring rolls and prawn crackers.

Chinese Banquet

Our Nativity 'Baubles' was videoed and can be viewed on our video resource page, click link below:

EYFS Home Projects

We videoed our class Harvest Assembly, the children really enjoyed learning their lines and it is lovely to be able to share it with you. Take a look on our video resources page, click below to view:

 

Harvest Assembly - Reception Class | Weldon Church of England Primary School (primarysite.media)

At Weldon, we use one synthetic phonics programme from YR to Y2: We use Letters and Sounds to teach phonics and graphic knowledge (common exception words and tricky words). We supplement this scheme with relevant materials that match the sets and phases and have fidelity to letters and Sounds.
Using this programme, we are confident that: - grapheme/phoneme (letter/sound) correspondences are taught in a clearly defined, incremental sequence; - we introduce children very early on to a defined initial group of consonants and vowels, enabling them to read and spell as soon as possible many simple CVC words; - children are taught the highly important skill of blending phonemes, in order, all through a word to read it; - children are taught to apply the skills of segmenting words into their constituent phonemes to spell; blending and segmenting are reversible processes. - Multi-sensory activities used are interesting and engaging but firmly focused on intensifying the learning associated with its phonic goal.
The programme starts almost immediately children enter Reception, from the second week of starting school.   For further info please see our Reading Intent on our Curriculum tab.

Keeping Children Safe Online

Please click on the link below to view guidance on how parents and carers can keep their children safe online.

Sept 21 - first few school days

Story time

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Story time

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Story time

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Story time

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