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Reception

Welcome to Reception

Miss Bradley

Mrs Devy

 

 

Welcome to Reception's class page.

Please visit our class page each term and see what the children in Reception have been working on within class.

 

Elvis the Elf


We currently have a very special visitor in Reception. Elvis the elf has joined us in class and he is learning lots of new things with help from the children.

The children in Reception have been waiting weeks for Elvis to arrive. We each sent a letter to Father Christmas explaining how we would help Elvis to learn if he was the chosen elf for Reception.
Father Christmas sent Reception an email to tell us that Elvis was on his way.

The children were very excited when Mrs Perrin came into class with a special delivery.
Mrs Devy opened the box and we were delighted to finally meet Elvis.

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Elvis needed a little nap when he arrived as he had travelled for a couple of days. Some children in Reception were very kind to Elvis and made him a comfortable place to have a sleep.
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Elvis decided to read a book during his first full day in Reception. 
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Reception had a visit from the Police

 

PC Lee and PCSO Lee came to visit Reception to talk about how to keep safe. The children really enjoyed their visit from the police and were very excited to look at the different equipment used by the police. It was very exciting to see the police car too! Reception would like to say a big thank you to PC Lee and PCSO Lee for their visit to our class and for the notepads that were given to Reception to make notes.

Children in Need 

 

On Friday 16th November, children at Greenfield Primary School came to school with 'crazy hair' and dressed in something spotty to celebrate Children in Need. We think that the children in Reception looked fantastic with their 'crazy hair.'

World War 1 Week

 

In Reception we joined the rest of the school and celebrated the First World War Centenary. Miss Bradley linked all of our sessions (including phonics and mathematics) to the First World War. We impressed all of the adults in our class with our understanding of World War 1.

 

Please take a look at our photographs and see what work we completed throughout the week. 

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