Spring term in Reception

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  • Online Safety Newsletter- Autumn 2018

    Click the link for the latest Herts for Learning online_safety_newsletter produced for Schools, Parents and Carers. For previous newsletters click here.

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  • Parents Evening

     Monday 22nd and Wednesday 24th October Please see letter attached regarding Parent Consultation arrangements for this term. This information has also been emailed directly to parents and carers.…

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  • Wormley National Wellbeing Award

    Wormley is continuing to work towards the achievement of the Well-being Award for Schools. You may have noticed some of the things we have been doing in school to…

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  • #Hello Yellow Day 2018

    More children and young people than ever before are seeking help with their mental health, but fewer than one in ten find it easy to get the support they need. That’s…

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  • Fortnite!! Really?

    More and more children in the school are talking about playing the game ‘Fortnite’.  Whilst we understand the game is very popular, it is also highly addictive and…

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This term the children have been exploring magnets, ice, light and shadows. They have also constructed some amazing hotels with lego and made beautiful crowns.

In Angelfish class the children have created many masterpieces, using a range of materials, by following instructions from a craft book.

In Starfish class the children have all been eager to complete the daily phonics and
maths challenge to help grow their brains!

Both classes have loved rapping to the ‘teen number song’ to help them understand teen numbers are a group of ten and some ones. Please continue to play the weekly maths game with your child, it is a great opportunity to spend time together while reinforcing maths, turn taking and following instructions.

We have continued to learn a new sound in phonics everyday, along with a weekly ‘looking word’. Please continue to read with your child at home and practise ‘looking words’, this will help support their reading and writing skills.

We are in need of junk modeling, so please feel free to bring in boxes, bottles etc. Our woodwork bench is now available for the children to use, if there are any parents/carers who work somewhere who would kindly donate materials, please come and speak to a member of staff, it would be greatly appreciated.