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  • We have had such festive fun here in Reception this half term! Our cheeky elf Buddy returned to keep an eye on us and play tricks. We’ve been writing letters to Santa, making lots of crafts, decorating the tree and so much more! We have also worked so hard in
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  • We had a fabulous time at the Custom’s House seeing the show Santa’s Naughty Elf! It was all about an elf named Elf-Fluent who was very cheeky ! He made us giggle a lot! We danced and sang and even got a lovely surprise when Santa came at the end! Members
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  • We have been exploring lots of shape and pattern in reception recently! We have been on a shape hunt around our school and found many different shapes! We have been exploring what make a shape a shape by learning all about their properties. We've enjoyed playing with shapes and making
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  • Reception worked together as a team to create a giant poppy using transient art on Remebrance Day. 
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  • The children in Reception had a spooktacular Halloween fun day! We dressed up, played games and made some hallowen treats! We've been writing and creating our very own potions too inspired by Meg and Mog.
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  • We would like to thank all of our reception parents for attending our phonic workshop. We hope you have gained an insight into how our school teaches phonics and got some new ideas to make phonics fun at home! How to learn the letters and sounds of the
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  • You will never believe what happened in reception! When we came back from lunch we discovered our classroom a huge mess! We found some clues and set about working out who is was. After finding some sticks, straw, bricks and footprints we worked out it was the big bad wolf!
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  • We have been exploring our new classroom and garden here in Reception and we are all settled into Lord Blyton Life! We have been making new friends, learning new things and enjoying our first school lunches! We can’t wait to see what the year ahead brings!
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  • Why begin Teaching Reading through Games?   It is vital that early reading experiences are happy and positive. The aim should be not just for children to learn to read, but to enjoy reading. Whilst games may appear to be an indirect approach, they do protect a child from a
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