We always try to make our classroom provision as open ended as possible. In our water tray we have interesting pots, pans and tea pots to fill and pour. The children love to create stories and use their imagination and these unusual treasures help them do just that whilst also developing the skills associated with water play such as learning about capacity and using comparative language to describe the quantities they are creating.Water tray treasures!
We have loved learning about the fairy tale 'Rapunzel'. Here you can see some of the enhancements to our continuous provision.Rapunzel
We welcomed our grandparents into school for 2 'Stay and Play' sessions. This time only grandparents could come. We had been learning about 'Little Red Riding Hood' so we were super excited to have our own grandparents sharing the day with us! Grandparents are always welcome into Reception. We know you love to see all of the exciting things we get up to!Grandparents Day
We have been so excited to welcome a 'Mystery Reader' into our class. The mystery is no one knows who is coming to read us a story! We only find out when the mystery reader comes to class! We have all loved the mystery reader. We have welcomed mums, dads and grandparents into school over the course of the term.The Mystery Reader
We had to hunt for the other half our numbered heart. We knew it would be a match if the number of little hearts was the same as the number on the heart we had. We had a lot of fun and fresh air and exercise completing this challenge!Our Valentine Counting Challenge!