A big warm welcome to St. Michael's and Reception.
Mrs. Morris - (Early Years Lead) RM Class Teacher
Mrs. Ward - ROW Class Teacher
Mrs. Orlik - ROW Class Teacher
Mrs. Legg - Teaching Assistant
Mrs. Dawson - Teaching Assistant
Mrs. Langston - Lunchtime Supervisor
Mrs. Seymour - Lunchtime Supervisor
There are ten things we would like you to encourage your child to do independently before they start Reception.
1. To dress and undress
2. To remove their coats, gloves, and hats and hang them up.
3. To put shoes on and take them off.
4. To recognise and look after their own belongings.
5. To use the toilet on their own.
6. To wash and dry their hands.
7. To use a knife and fork.
8. To tidy up.
9. To use a handkerchief.
10. To share and co-operate with other children.
On this page you can find general information about Reception.
We use Weduc to communicate with parents/carers and set Home Learning tasks.
If you need to speak to your child's class teacher we can be contacted via phone or Weduc.
We are so excited to kickstart our first half term with the topic:
We will be reading and doing activities related to the following books and many more
8.30 am Playground gate is opened.
(Please note that there is no supervision of children by the school staff until 8.45 am, but parents are of course welcome to stay until this time. Children should not arrive at school before 8.30 am)
8.45 am Children go into school from the playground.
8.55 am School morning session begins.
(Children arriving after 8.55 am must enter through the main front school entrance and will be marked late.)
11.45 am - 12.50 pm Reception Lunchtime
3.10 pm Reception Hometime
If your child is absent please phone that morning or access the attendance section of WEDUC and let us know. When your child returns to school please send a note confirming this reason. If your child has a medical appointment, please bring in the appointment letter for our records.
Reception children may wear the formal uniform as outlined in the school handbook but are not required to do so. Children who do not wear the formal uniform should wear a red cardigan or jumper and a white polo shirt.
Children will however need to wear a school tie on formal occasions such as photographs and church visits.
Children should not attend school with extreme hairstyles. Hair colours should be natural, and styles should be subtle and not noticeable from a distance. Hair longer than collar length should be tied back. Bows are allowed but should be small and red.
Jewellery and Make-up:
Children are not allowed to wear any jewellery apart from stud earrings and watches. Children are not permitted to wear make-up or nail varnish.
We have P.E. every Thursday. All children should come to school in their P.E. Kit. Please make sure that all clothing is clearly labelled with your child's name.
Kindly remember to take off your child's earrings on P.E. days. We do not want any child to miss out on their PE lesson because they've got their earrings on.
If children are required to miss P.E. for a medical reason, this needs to be indicated in writing by parents to the class teacher. Long term leave from P.E. lessons will require a doctor's note.
Menus are sent home every Friday, they are also posted on the Weduc App. Please name, complete and return the menu on a Monday, if required. If you are having a mix of school meals and packed lunch from home, kindly indicate on the menu the days you are supplying lunch.
Forest school is an important part of our learning in the Early Years Foundation Stage. Once the children have settled into their school routine, we intend to start visiting the Forest School on Tuesdays. We will send out more information when a commencement date is decided.
We look forward to enjoying this year with you here in Reception!
The Reception Team
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