Welcome to Reception's class page
Our Reception children at Culcheth Community Primary school are encouraged to be confident, inquisitive, independent individuals. Children who are not afraid to explore the unknown and seek answers to their endless questions.
Our Children have an indoor room, a covered outdoor learning area and their own gated outdoor area in which they can choose to learn ...
Our School Day in Reception...
A Whole Class Phonics Session
Catch-up Phonics Groups
Daily English and Maths Lessons
Independent Learning Opportunities Indoors and Outdoors
Directed Challenge Activities
Throughout The Week..
Guided English and Maths Sessions
Guided Art/Craft Activities
Weekly Yoga Sessions
Endless Speaking and Listening Opportunities
Below are some publications to help you understand more about the Early Years framework and outcomes for your child. Please feel free to download and read them. If you have any questions please call school and we will be more than happy to answer any of your questions.
In Reception, we use the Core 5 Lexia program both at school and at home (when the children are ready), to help support the children with their phonics and reading. All the children have a login and can access their Lexia account from home. It is a very effective tool in helping children to consolidate their daily Phonics 'Letters and Sounds' sessions.
Learning From Home?
Below are some useful websites and you tube clips to help...
'Yoga for Kids' - some really good interactive yoga sessions that are easy to access at home.
'Phonics Play' - some free interactive phonics games linked to Letters and Sounds (try out the 'Phase 2' games).
'BBC Bitesize' - There are some really good Early Years/Reception activities and clips for the children to use.
'Pronouncing phonemes correctly' - These are you tube clips which demonstrate how to pronounce phonemes (letter sounds) correctly.
Moe Jones : YouTube, Exercise workouts for parents and children to do together.
Oak Academy (online) have lots of online learning for Reception/Early years.
I hope that you find these useful, I will continue to add to the list.
Thank you Mrs Smith.
The children will have their reading books changed twice a week on designated days and we would would ask that they bring their reading folder in to school with them each day.
Along with reading books they may also bring home key words on cards that they need to learn or letter sounds that they are struggling with. These will be accompanied with a list of suggested games/activities for you to do with them.
Please can you sign their Reading Diary each time that you read with your child, along with any comments that you wish to make about their efforts/achievements.
In order to give your child the best possible start to their Reading Journey we ask that you read with them at least three times a week for 15 minutes, the time that you invest is invaluable to your child becoming a confident, independent reader and we really appreciate your support.
Your child will also receive a password and log in details (contained within the front cover of their Reading Diary) to an online Maths Scheme for them to complete at home. We recommend 20 minutes minimum per week but are sure that they will be eager to do more.
Hello to all of our new Superstars joining us in September 2021...
We are very excited to have you joining us in Reception this year, and we hope that you have a wonderful Summer that you can tell us all about in September
Mrs Smith & Miss Deakin
Here is the link to invite you to join our class Dojo.
Many thanks Mrs Smith