Robins – Reception

Welcome to Robins Class Page

We are a Reception Class

Our class teacher is Mrs Brown


28 June 2020

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Hello Robins,

I hope you are all keeping safe. It is so lovely to see messages from so many of you on your work on Purple Mash. I hope you are having fun completing these tasks. What has happened to the sun? I can’t believe how much rain we have had. I bet lots of you seen the thunderstorms the other night. Hope to see you all soon!

Mrs Brown x


Hello to all my lovely Robins. I hope you are all safe and well. I am missing the sun this week but at least its not raining. My building work is nearly finished and then Mr Brown will have a lot of painting and decorating to do he can’t wait! I am looking forward to seeing some of the art work you produce for our whole school sails project.

Missing you all lots

Mrs Brown x


Whole school sails art project

During these challenging and unprecedented times we are so proud of how our Sudley community have come together to support each other in many different ways. To our parents who have been brilliant home educators, our children who uplift us all with your beautiful bright rainbows in windows and especially to our key workers – we thank, clap for and celebrate you all.

To mark this time in our lives we have decided to create a whole school art project to reflect and remember our solidarity, based around the idea of ‘Sailing Through Together’.

For more details please look on the tab on the home learning page or download the sails artwork project information sheet here.


Can you believe we are in June already? We are so lucky with how lovely the weather is at the moment I do hope you have been making the most of it. I am sure lots of you have been visiting the park and enjoying nice walks. I hope you are all enjoying the home learning tasks we have been putting on the website. Missing you all lots!

Mrs Brown x


I hope you are all enjoying the beautiful sunshine. What a lovely bank holiday weekend we have had I do hope you made the most of the weather. I enjoyed a lovely walk around the park and even saw some ducks. I know some of you have been doing lots of work online. Miss you all lots.

Mrs Brown x



We are at the end of another week. I hope you are all being good at home and staying safe. I have enjoyed sitting in the garden this week I have seen lots of different birds outside. I have liked going for walks in the evening. I hope you have all being keeping busy too. I bet some of you even had fun in your garden in the beautiful sunshine this week.

Whilst you have been learning at home We have seen lots of lovely work in purple mash. We think it would be fun if you could all see each other’s work so you could have it posted on our class display boards. Any work you would like posted needs to be saved and handed in. If you want a piece of work posting then please type ‘post me’ in the comments to teacher box when you save and hand in your work. We are not able to put photos of children on the display board.

Stay safe and I will be in touch soon

Mrs Brown x


Hello to my fabulous Robins,

I hope you have all had a great week. I have been busy in my garden this week and enjoyed reading some books. I also had a go at making some cupcakes at the weekend. I hope you have been learning to do lots of new things too! Don’t forget to log on to active learn. Our book of the week is one of my favourites-  Silly Jack and the Beanstalk.

Hope you all have a great week

Mrs Brown x


Hello Robins,

Hope you are all doing well and keeping safe. I have really enjoyed looking at some of the tasks you have been completing on Purple Mash. My brother was 30 on Friday and I made him a cake and sent it around to him to cheer him up. It is still very noisy here with the building work and am really missing school and seeing all of you everyday!

Take care

Love Mrs Brown


Hello to my lovely Robins,

I have been impressed with all the work you have been doing on Purple Mash and Active Learn. Well done to you all. I hope you are all keeping safe at home. I have been enjoying all this lovely sunshine we have been having. I have been having work done outside my house it is very noisy! I can’t wait to get back to school and see you all.

Miss you all lots!

Mrs Brown x


Hello to all my lovely Robins. I hope you are all staying safe at home. It has been great to see some of the great work you have been handing in on Purple Mash- Keep it up! I hope you all had a fun Easter and enjoyed some chocolate. Don’t forget to check out some of the lovely activities we have planned for you in the home learning section on our website. I am missing you all lots and looking forward to seeing you all when we return to school. Please remember to keep washing your hands and keep being good for your grown ups at home.

See you all soon,

Mrs Brown

Hope you are all having fun and doing some of the activities that we have allocated for you on Purple Mash and Active Learn. I look forward to seeing you all when we go back.

Mrs Brown x

Some fun activities to try:


-Try some cooking or baking together and then draw and label the ingredients that you used.

-Create a treasure trail of words around the house/garden with clues describing where to find them.

-Who has the best memory in your house? … Put a few items on a tray (for example, a crayon, an apple, a building brick, a toy car). Then look, cover, remember and check! Add more items to make to make it more challenging.

-Look at some family photographs. Copy the image in the photograph onto some paper using pencils / crayons / paints. You could write a sentence to explain what is happening in the photo.

-Make a puppet theatre using your teddies and toys to retell a favourite book.

-Play throw and catch using a ball or a soft object. Count how many throws you can successfully complete. After every 2 rallies you could add these up using a numberline eg. 4 + 5 = 9

– Log onto Active Learn and read every day.

– Draw a picture of what you have done and write a sentence about it.

– Write numbers to 20 on post-it notes and place them on the floor. Jump on a number and say the number that is one more / 1 less.

– Go on the website  and play Phase 2 / 3 / 4 games.

– Make a poster about a country. Draw the flag, an animal from that country and other information.

– Cut out shapes and stick them on paper and make a shape picture.

– Find a small box and see how many objects you can fit in the box.

-Count forwards and backwards to 20.

– Write your numbers and letters

-Do some gardening or plant a seed / bulb

-Go on a shape hunt, how many different shapes can you find?

-Write down the different ways that make 10. You can use sweets , buttons, pieces of Lego etc. 3+7=10 4+6=10

Useful websites

Bug Club –

All children have been allocated books on bug club to read. Childrens reading books will be collected in and there are plenty of books available on the children’s accounts on bug club that they can read. Their individual log in details are in the front of their reading record books.


Purple Mash –

Children all have their personal log in details in their reading record book for purple mash. The children all know how to navigate purple mash and there are lots of learning resources available.


Twinkl –

Twinkl are taking steps to support continued learning at home, by offering the teachers and parents of children in schools which are closed, or facing closure, free access to all Twinkl resources for a period of one month and possibly longer depending on closures. Twinkl is a fantastic website which provides resources for all subjects in all age ranges. They have created packs for parents to download and share during this time.

Use code CVDTWINKLHELPS for free access.


Phonics play –

This is a site dedicated to phonics. A lot of parents already know what phonics phase their child is on, however if you do not you can select each phase and read them through with your children. You will be able to easily identify where they are working at and try and push them onto the next stage. Please make sure you consolidate their learning first before moving onto the next phase.

Phonics is just one of the many components to help children with their reading and writing. Keep on reading as much as you can with the children as this makes a huge difference.

Children can use the site at home without their parents needing to subscribe. To access the resources all you need to do is log on using the following details.

Username: march20
Password: home


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 are in their reading record books.

We have PE on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday.

We have library on Thursday don’t forget to return your books.

Having fun with our friends


















The Firefighters came to our school









































We’ve been very busy this half term


Thats our first half term in reception all over with and what a busy one it has been! Well done to all the Robins who have settled so well into our school.

We have enjoyed learning all about bugs and doing lots of science experiments. We have learnt all about our 5 senses and enjoyed exploring them and tasting different fruits.

After half term our topic will be underwater.





























Hello to all the new Robins,

We had a great first day on Friday. It was lovely to see you all in your new uniform and so many of you with happy faces. The children have started to learn the school routine well and we all enjoyed lunch time. Don’t forget to come to school on Wednesday wearing your PE kit with your uniform in your PE bag.


See you all on Monday.

Mrs Brown