Reception 2023 - 2024

Mrs Noble

Mrs Noble likes hula hooping, playing netball and Strictly Come Dancing.
She doesn't like sprouts or worms!

Miss MacWilliam

Miss Hubbard

Welcome to Reception


Meet the team

Class R - Miss Hubbard and Mrs Noble

Class Ra - Miss MacWilliam

Teaching Assistants - Mrs Lal and Mrs Goode

Support Staff working across the year group- Mrs Heal, Mrs Parker and Mrs Robinson



Journeys around the World 

Last half term we learnt about different environments and animal habitats, as well as how we can help care for our world. This half term we are learning about journeys, specifically transport. We will learn about different methods of transportation and how it has changed throughout the years. 

We will learn about friction and experiment with different wheels and surfaces, as well as designing and making our own cars. We will talk about why we use different methods of transport for travelling different distances, or over different terrains. The children are going to have lots of fun investigating different vehicles and designing their own amazing transport for the future.

Later in the half term, we will be learning about France and the Olympics. We have started learning some french phrases and hope to invite you in, to experience a taste of France with the children and maybe even sample some food and listen to a french song. We will be using the Olympic Games as inspiration for one of our races at Sports day this year, as well as a running race and the very popular egg and spoon race.


Show and Tell

Thank you to all the parents who have emailed in photos of their holidays and trips out for us to sare with the class for Show and tell. We have loved hearing all about your adventures.

7th June- Yellow

14th June- Green

21st June- Blue

28th June- Red


General Information

PE days - The children will continue to have indoor PE on a Thursday, but as the weather improves we will be going out for additional athletics sessions on the field. 


Each week, your child will bring home a phonics sheet for homework. This informs you of the new sounds that we have been learning and gives you words to practise with your child. In addition, you will later have a list of tricky words to keep practising on a ongoing basis. These words are words that are common in their reading books and need to read from sight. Therefore, it is important that the children have a lot of practice with these to become more familar and confident with them. 


To contact us, please email in to the school office [email protected] , [email protected] or [email protected] 





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Week 39 in Class R, by Miss Hubbard

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