Welcome to Puffins class page
We are a Reception class.
Our class teacher is Mrs Hannan.
We’re going on a bear hunt.
We’re going to catch a big one.
What a beautiful day.
We’re not scared!
Developing fine motor skills
Developing our fine motor skills to help strengthen our hands so that we are ready to start writing! ✏️
In school we do lots of fun activities such as using tweezers, plastic pegs, straws and playdough to help strengthen our hands and improve overall control when using small objects. We have also been enjoying taking part in ‘dough disco’!
Exploring our senses… how many different smells, tastes, textures, sounds and pictures can you identify?
This week we visited our school apple tree and noticed that most of the apples have ripened and fallen from the tree. We talked about how trees grow and learned about where apples are grown around the world. We then chopped up fruit, including apples to make a delicious fruit salad. The children learned how to safely use a child-safe knife to chop the fruit before tasting it to see which was their favourite.
We enjoyed a fun outdoor PE session where the children worked very well in their teams to follow the instructions and collect the treasure. We have also got a new set of basketball hoops which we practiced shooting in today, scoring lots of goals.
It was lovely to meet some of you you this week! We look forward to welcoming you all to our Stay and Play sessions on Monday and Tuesday, in uniform. There will be an opportunity to purchase book bags, water bottles and PE bags afterwards. We do not have a card machine, so please bring cash or cheque.
…and remember to bring them big smiles with you!
We look forward to welcoming you into your new class. We have lots of activities planned and I am sure that you will make lots of new friends!
See you all very soon,
Love Mrs Hannan
Bug Club: All children have been allocated books on Bug Club to read. Their individual log in details will be placed in the front of their reading record books.
Purple Mash: Children will have their personal log in details put into their reading record book for Purple Mash. The children all know how to navigate Purple Mash and there are lots of learning resources available. We encourage children to practice logging on and off Purple Mash independently.
Oddizzi: Oddizzi is an e-learning resource and community that immerses children in the real world. There are lots of geography resources available for the children to access at home. Their log in details will be in the front of their reading record books.