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Hello, Our Reception classes are twinned with the Reception class at Blackshaw Primary School. This week Reception X visited the Reception children at Blackshaw Primary School. We loved seeing the friends that we made at Christmas time. We learnt all … Continue reading
Hello, We have been very busy this week in Reception. On Monday we performed for our Mums and family members in our Mother’s Day Assembly. And on Wednesday we had our very own Superhero School. We learnt all about how … Continue reading
Look who came to visit Nursery They had a great time and the Gruffalo read them a story.
Hello, We are celebrating World Poetry Day today in Reception! The children look great-thank you to our parents for some fabulous costumes!
Hello, This week in Reception we have done an investigation about changes. We found out what changes happen when you make jelly. We also tried the jelly once it had set-it was very yummy!
The Life Cycle of a Frog Please create an introduction to tell the reader about the life-cycle of a frog. Please include the following points: What are you writing about? What details will be included? Why is this topic important?
This week in Reception we finally got to 100 on our 100 square. This is is because since the beginning of the year the children in Reception have been counting how many days we have been in school for. Every … Continue reading
Hello everyone! Yesterday, on Tuesday 14th February, children from Year 4 and 5 put on an incredible production of ‘The Wizard of Oz’. The children performed to a fully-packed audience at Sharples High School. A big THANK YOU must go to all of … Continue reading