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All Saints’ Church of England Primary School Putney

Rooted in Faith, Growing through Learning

Reception: Fox

Welcome to Reception - Fox!

 

Welcome to Reception’s class page. The team this year consists of Miss Rebecca Lake, the Class Teacher and Mrs Josefina Alcolea the Teaching Assistant.

 

The Reception Curriculum

There are seven areas of learning and development which are equally important and interconnected.

Three Prime Areas:-

Communication and Language

Physical Development and

Personal, Social and Emotional Development

 

Four Specific Areas:-   

Literacy

Mathematics

Understanding of the World

Expressive Arts and Design

 

Please see below for the skills covered in Reception and the Autumn 1 topic web.

 

There will be meetings during the Autumn Term about the Teaching of Phonics and Reading at All Saints’.


Everyday the children need to bring to school their coats, water bottles, and plastic folders containing their reading books. The folders need to be checked by an adult, when they return home each night, for correspondence. In the summer they need sun hats.


The children do PE on Monday and Wednesday mornings. They must have their PE kits in school at all times. They need blue shorts, uniform yellow shirts, PE socks and plimsolls. During the winter they also need track suit bottoms.


If you are asking someone else to collect your child from school we must have a letter informing us.


The children will begin to attend assemblies after half term.

 

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