Welcome to the spring term 2021. We welcome back our Reception children to school on Wednesday 24th February. We will continue to put a weekly planner on the website so that if your child is self isolating but is well they can access the learning.
Please keep checking your parent mail, Twitter account and Seesaw announcements for up to date messages.
Thank you for your ongoing support , keep well and safe.
Love the Reception team.
Welcome to Reception
Please see the section below if you need information about Home Learning.
We welcome our children into Lakeside Primary School and look forward to getting to know them more. We will spend some time this half term settling the children, establishing routines and ensuring they are happy. The Reception school day begins at 8.45am and finishes at 3pm. For drop off and pick up arrangements, and further information about the school, please read the Parent Handbookon the parent page.
Also visit our twitter page for regular updates, photos and reminders. https://twitter.com/LakesidePrmRec
The Reception Team
The class teachers are:
RS: Mrs Rayer(Mon,Tues,Wed) & Mrs Street(Thurs, Frid)
The teaching assistants are:
Mrs Morgan and Miss Charles.
Please could your child bring a plastic bottle full of water and fruit or vegetables for snack. If they bring small fruit such as grapes or cherry tomatoes, please could these be chopped in half. Please NO NUTS. This includes any foods that contain nuts such as peanut butter, nutella etc.
Every Tuesday Reception will have a PE lesson, either outside or in the hall. Please can your child come to school in their PE kit (from Tuesday 13th October) so that they do not have to change in school. (Black or navy shorts /joggers/leggings , t-shirt/school polo top, school jumper/cardigan and trainers.)
Reading books will be sent home with guidance on how to support your child with their reading. We will also assign books to their Bug Club online library. Homework will be sent out using homework books that the children will return on a Monday. They will sometimes be set homework using seesaw. This is where teachers set work digitally for the children to complete on a device at home, which can then be sent back for the teachers to respond to.
Context for Learning:
Autumn A - Getting to know you
Autumn B- Do you want to be friends
Spring A- Why do snakes have legs?
Spring B- Can I read you a story?
Summer A - What lives under a rockpool?
Summer B- Are we there yet?
Further information on Bug Club.
The children will be using an online reading resource called Bug Club.
Please help your child to read the books allocated to them on active learn.
Remember, at the end of the book there are questions for your child to complete. To answer a question, just click on the bug icon.
When your child has finished all the quiz questions in a book, they will earn 'Active Learn Coins'. By reading more books, your child will earn enough coins to 'buy' a reward in one of the many reward schemes. The answers to the quiz questions will be sent back to our teacher site so that we can see how your child is progressing. Thank you.
How to help your child this half term:
Talk to your child about their day in school. Share stories every day at home. Encourage your child to dress themselves each morning. Encourage your child to wait their turn to talk and answer questions clearly. Help your child with their reading book and key words. Log onto Bug Club so your child can read the online books allocated to them.
Below there is a home learning planner with the main activities that we will be covering over the next few weeks. It only needs to be referred to if your child is unable to come to school, for example, in the event that they need to self isolate. If your child needs to record work they can do this in their home learning book. These books are to be kept at home for this purpose.
Success stars: Next to some activities you may see * (1 star) ** (2 star) *** (3 star) This is so your child can work at the best level to suits them.