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A lovely Worship song to enjoy

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Story of the week - Tiger has a Tantrum

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Good Morning . Here are the daily tasks for this week W/B 29.6.20

​​​​​​Well it's been another busy and exciting week in Reception 1. Mia, Libby, Phoebe, Ruby and Frankie have all sent pictures of their daily tasks. On top of this Ruby has been making a fantastic pink unicorn cake, doing some marble painting and also had a visit from the tooth fairy -an exciting shopping trip followed! Libby has kindly been helping her little sister with her Nursery work, helping Daddy in the garden ( where they found a frog!!) and baking cookies to take to her Nanny. Well done everyone- we love to see your pictures and hear about what you have been doing

Happy Friday! 2 weeks into this half term already, they have flown by!

This week Libby , Mia, Ruby, Gabriel, Bailey, Nathan, Rosie and Scarlet have been working hard and sent us some lovely photos of their work, what amazing writers you are turning into . Libby has also been making cloud fluff with her sister, feeding the ducks and painting rocks.  Rosie and Scarlet went for a lovely walk and made some amazing unicorn cup cakes, Gabriel has helped with the laundry and Nathan has celebrated his 5th birthday! What a busy week!

Have a lovely weekend everyone. Remember we love to see your work and hear your news.

Another fabulous week of learning. Well done everyone!

Some more fantastic work from this week

Hello from Gabriel!

helping with the laundry
busy doing his daily tasks

Story for this week - 08/06/2020 - The Invisible String

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We hope you enjoy it!

Good morning I hope that you had a good weekend. Here are the daily tasks for Monday 8.6.20

Addition for Monday 8.6.20

Addition for Tuesday 9.6.20

Daily tasks Tuesday 9.6.20

Daily Tasks for Wednesday 10.6.20

Daily Tasks Thursday 11.6.20

Repeat Patterns for Friday 12.6.20

Here are the daily tasks for Friday 12.6.20

Welcome back Reception 1!

Hello. We hope you have enjoyed half term - the weather has certainly been good to us.I'm afraid its back to work now. Here are this weeks tasks.

 

A good start to the new half term

Science

Hi All, Mrs Dunning here. I hope you are all well and keeping safe.

Each week, I am going to post a Science experiment for you to have a go at if you would like too. Don't forget to send in pictures to show us if your experiment worked! You could also send in your prediction and results.

Helicopter Stories

In Reception we tell Helicopter stories. This is an opportunity for your child to tell a story that they have made up. As your child is telling the story, write it down on a sheet of paper, exactly as they tell it (roughly half a side of A4). Then the fun bit begins, as a family, act the story out. I guarantee if you ask your child to tell you a story and act it out, they will become very excited!

 

Today i received a lovely helicopter story and a beautiful picture from Mia. We would love to see some more.

Mia's helicopter story

A busy half term !

We have been busy this week! Ruben has been doing his daily tasks and helping mummy with some planting in the garden;  Phoebe has been getting very creative making starfish, puffer fish and salt dough animals as well as finding time for some beautiful handwriting; Frankie has helped to made a cake for someone's quarantine birthday; Ruby has been keeping up with her daily tasks and been on an exciting walk to see the Gruffalo!  Mia has been doing some online maths activities and made a fabulous  pirate face, Libby has been making a starfish and doing some lovely writing  Yogi has been super busy making cakes, helping in the garden, nail painting, t-shirt designing, doing exciting experiments and showing his appreciation for the NHS. He was so tired  after all that he fell asleep on the bouncy castle!! Well done everyone.

 

Have a lovely half term and stay safe.

Staying at home story.

We've been busy again! A selection of this week's work.

and some from Ruby too

Good afternoon .

I hope you have had a good week.

Here is a link to a short story about social distancing that you may want to share with your child.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DA_SsZFYw0w

Have a lovely weekend

love from 

Mrs Pearson x

And the winner is ......Captain Rosie Hook!

 A big well done and thank you to all who took part.

What a confident looking Captain!

Welcome to our new recruits!

 Welcome Captain Rosie Hook, Swashbucklin' Scarlet, Bethany, Long -legged Libby, Yogi , Mia and a very young William (he wasn't keen to join in this time but Mum found a photo of her little pirate :))! You all look amazing!

There's still time to join us if you hurry!

Ahoy there!

Ahoy there me hearties. This motley looking crew are looking for some new recruits! If you'd like to join us send us a photo of yourself in your best pirate costume (please don't go to any expense just use what you can find at home) by email before Friday lunchtime. Everyone who applies to join our crew will receive 2 MME badges. The best dressed pirate from each class will win 5 MME badges.

Good luck to all! 

Video Story for this week 11/05/2020

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I hope you enjoy our new pirate story for the week.

Good Morning . I hope you had a lovely bank holiday weekend. Here are the tasks set for Monday 11.5.20.

Daily tasks for Tuesday 12.5.20

Daily tasks for Wednesday 13th May 2020

Pirate hat doubles for 13.5.20

Daily Tasks for Thursday 14.5.20

Daily Tasks for Friday 15th May

Here is a sample of what we've been doing this week. Have a lovely bank holiday weekend and stay safe.
Wow we have been busy this week! As well as completing our daily tasks Quin has been for a walk along the canal and found out all about the life cycle of a frog; Phoebe has been learning to use a glue gun and made a beautiful ice castle for her tsum tsums as well as helping Mummy do the dishes; Mia has been finding out all about VE Day and helping to make a beautiful model and Libby and her little sister have had a lovely time playing in their cardboard box boat and baking. Well done everyone.

And the winner is .......... Mia! 

Congratulations Mia and a massive well done  and thank you to all who took part. I was blown away by your creativity.

And the entries are in!

Look at all our tasty creations below some of you have entered more than once, you have been busy!. The winner will be announce later!

VE Day

Friday is a Bank Holiday to celebrate  the 75th anniversary of VE Day .

Although there will be no daily task sheet set I did prepare a little ideas sheet to mark the day or to help with any celebrations you may be planning at home.

I am sorry but i have just realised that I did not include the sheet with the daily tasks! You should now find it below

 

Have fun and enjoy the bank holiday weekend.

Only 2 days to go!!

Mrs Smith has been busy making snack boats today. Have you made yours yet? She is sure you could do better.

We would all love to see your boaty creations so don't be shy. Remember to send your teacher a photo by Thursday lunchtime and you could be the proud owner of 5 MME badges as well as a tasty snack!

Mrs Smith's boat snacks

4.5.20

Good Morning Reception 1. Just below are your Daily Task Sheets and story of the week .

Look out later today for an exciting announcement about this week's competition !

Competition time

And now for this weeks competition!

As our ocean theme related tasks are about transport ( mainly boats). We are challenging you to turn your snack or lunch into an edible boat. There are a couple of pictures above and plenty more ideas on the edible boats PDF (just click on the link above)

 

BEFORE you eat it remember to take a photo and email it to your teacher before lunchtime on Thursday 7th May.

The winner not only gets to enjoy a tasty good looking snack but also 5 MME badges too. There is no limit to the number of attempts you have so get creative and enjoy!

Story of the week. Pirates in Pyjamas

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Dance competition -and the winners are ....
Admittedly, you didn't get that much notice, so we only had three entries. All of them were amazing and I really didn't have the heart to choose just one so instead on one winner receiving 5 MME badges, I have decided all the entrants get 3 badges each. Congratulations Libby, Frankie and William!

Here are some more people that have been working hard this week. Thank you for all of the lovely photographs that you have sent to us.

Look how busy we have been this week

Dance Competition

Hello everyone. In case you haven't had a sneaky peek at tomorrow's activities, Miss Hollis has set a little dance competition. I know how you all love to dance so why not send me or Mrs Pearson a 30 second video  via email of yourself dancing to one of your favourite songs before the end of the day tomorrow -( Friday May 1st)  . Other family members can help or even join in too!- . The winning video will be posted on here  on Monday ( as I'm in school all day tomorrow) and will also receive 5 MME badges. I'll also be revealing the details of another exciting competition!

 

Until then I hear that we have some serious competition from Reception 2 so Keeeeeep dancing !!!!!!

(and remember to send in your videos :)

Thank you to everyone that sent in photographs of your fantastic work. Here are some of the work that has been done this week.

Rhyming Words

Frankie's NHS Fundraiser

Good morning!

Frankie and her Mum have been very busy raising funds for our wonderful NHS by making silly videos and masks.

If you feel you would like to support them the link is below.

They have raised over £500 so far! Keep up the great work Frankie and mum !

I am really sorry but there seems to be a problem uploading the video story that I recorded . I have now found a link to the same story online so the children can still watch it .

 

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=irxBj-1P9o8

Oxford Owl class login details

Letter Formation Rhymes to support correct letter formation. We hope you find this useful.

Daily tasks for Friday 24th April. Have a great weekend!

Daily Tasks for Thursday 24th April.

Naming Sea Creatures sheet for Wednesday 22nd Aprl

Good morning everyone. We hope you are all being good for you adults. Here are the daily tasks for Wednesday 22nd April.

Here are the daily tasks for Reception for Tuesday 21st April. Hope you have fun completing them!

Hello. Hope you had a lovely Easter. Here are the daily tasks that have been set for Reception class today.

Here is a link to a lovely version of the Easter Story. Hope you all enjoy it.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wnbo2AmS3OI

Why not try some of the attached Easter crafts during the holiday. Have fun and I hope hope you all have a wonderful Easter x

3.4.20

Good Morning!

I hope you are all safe and well.

Today I have another story for you. As it's Bethany's birthday today we have a birthday theme! This one is about Kipper and a birthday that didn't quite go to plan.

Click on the link to enjoy the story then why not try some of the activities suggested (again click on the link below) - feel free to do as many as you want but remember you do not have to do them all.

Don't forget to add Kipper's Birthday to the 1000  story count.

 

Happy Birthday Bethany. Have a wonderful day!!

 

Have fun and stay safe

Mrs Smith

Kipper's Birthday Activities

Hope you enjoy the live Julia Donaldson story. Sorry I forgot to put the link so here it is

https://www.facebook.com/OfficialGruffalo/

2.4.20

Julia Donaldson is launching a weekly broadcast in partnership with Macmillan and Scholastic, to entertain families during the Covid-19 pandemic.

The Gruffalo's Child author will perform stories, songs and poems, and will be joined by her husband.

Illustrators from her books, including Axel Scheffler, Rebecca Cobb, Lydia Monks, David Roberts and Nick Sharratt will also feature.

Donaldson said: "During this very difficult time, I am glad to be able to do something useful from the confines of my home.

"I hope that my stories, songs and poems bring a little cheer to those who read them or tune in to my new weekly broadcasts. I look forward to sharing some favourites and some lesser known works with families everywhere."

The first broadcast will be live on Macmillan and Scholastic's websites today (2nd April) at 4pm, beginning with a performance of A Squash and Squeeze (Macmillan Children's Books

 

2.4.20

 

Good Morning!

 

 

In Reception we enjoy  telling  Helicopter stories. This is an opportunity for your child to tell a story that they have made up. As your child is telling the story, write it down on a sheet of paper, exactly as they tell it (roughly half a side of A4). Then the fun bit begins, as a family, act the story out. I guarantee if you ask your child to tell you a story and act it out, they will become very excited!

Why not have a go today? If you can send me your Helicopter story preferably in a word document ( you know me well by now :)) I will place them on our class page. I've added one already sent to me for inspiration :)

 

Have a lovely day, 

Stay safe 

Mrs Smith

I have also added a maths challenge . This can also be accessed via Marvellous Me if you prefer.  I hope you enjoy it, Why not make up your own too?

Scavenger Hunt Fun

01.04.20

Good Morning Reception 1 !

I hope you are enjoying the stories I recorded for you. If you haven't already watched it maybe you would like to watch me read Where's my Teddy? today ( see the video below) and then click on the Word document below to have a go at some of the activities I have suggested. How many can you do ?

 

Don't forget to include this as one of your 1000 stories!

 

Have a lovely day

Stay safe

 

Mrs Smith x

Some of you have already been busy! :)

Where's My Teddy?

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Another story to keep you going over the weekend :)

 

If you are feeling energetic this afternoon you may like to join in with 'The Curry Dance.' If you feel hungry after all of this exercise you may like to help an adult to prepare the dinner for your family tonight. Have fun! 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xhqwca35it8  

 Tuesday 31st March

Good Morning . Here is a little poem I thought you may like. After you have read it, maybe you could draw around your own hands and decorate them.                                                                  

     My Little Hands

God gave me my hand so small,

To hug my family ,big and small,

God gave me my hands so sweet,

To hold your hand down the street,

God gave little hands to me,

So I could wrap them around your knee,

One way to show you that I care,

Is to fold my hands and say a prayer,

I say God please bless us all,

Cause my family is the best of all.

                                        

Tuesday 31st March 2020

                                           Create your own Time Capsule

As our children are living through history right now,why not get them to make a simple time capsule?

There are five ideas below that you may want to add when creating the capsule and this is a nice activity for the children to do. You can also put your own ideas into it, to make it unique to your family.

 

1. Write a letter (adults could scribe for the children if you prefer)

This could be a letter saying their age, who their friends are, favourite TV shows, songs and books. Get Write about what’s happening in their own words and how they are feeling right now. They can also talk about what they would like to be when they grow up and five things they want to do when they’re an adult.

 

2. News Article 

Print out, draw or copy Newspaper articles that you think would be important to look back on.

 

3. Include a drawing

Ask them to draw a picture of your family.

 

4. Take some pictures

Take some photographs on the day you create the capsule and pop them in.

 

5. Package it all up and lock away

Put everything in a scrapbook, box or some other kind of package and hide it away for years to come.

 

 

Monday 30th March

 

Hi all. Hope you all had a restful weekend. We have set up an Oxford Owl login for our class. This means that pupils can access a range of free online books. Today, you might like to try reading the book in age category 4-5 called 'Little Red Hen'. After you have read it - you could draw and label a picture of the Hen and her friends. 

 

Website: www.oxfordowl.co.uk

 

Click on - Oxford Owl for School

 

Username- receptionone         (no capital letters or spaces between the two words)

Password - Christchurch          (capital C for Chirst and no spaces between the two words).

 

Hope you are all well. Have a good day,

Mrs Pearson

Hope everyone is well. Here is a website that you may enjoy. It tells the story of a Koala bear who is scared to try anything new. When you have listened to the story maybe you could think of something new that you could try.

https://youtu.be/0FGMHKaxjrQ

Story time

Aliens in Underpants save the World

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As promised here is our very first story. Hope you all enjoy.

Please let me know if there are any particular stories your children might enjoy and I'll see if I have got a copy.

25.03.20

Good Morning

Hoping you are all safe and well. Below are some useful links, many of which Miss Hollis has shared with me and I wanted to share with you in turn. I will also be adding a few challenges for you to enjoy if you choose and very soon some some stories for you to listen to.

 

Reading and Writing

 

Phonics

If you would like your child to continue having their daily phonics session, then you can catch Ruth Miskin on YouTube daily. It is a highly recommended resource and will keep your child engaged with reading and refresh their sound knowledge. Here is the link: 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo7fbLgY2oA_cFCIg9GdxtQ 

 

Alternatively you can access Phonics play for free using the following: 

Username: march20

Password: home

 

Hanging Monkeys

Here is an interactive reading game that you can play called 'Hanging Monkeys'. Use your Fred talk to read the CVC words and match the correct picture! What level can you reach? 

 

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/Search.aspx?q=hanging%20monkeys 

 

Handwriting/Reading

At school, the children have been learning to write letters in cursive. On Youtube, there is a great video which shows you exactly how to form each letter of the alphabet. This is a great tool to use alongside the formation sheet. You could even use this video as a reading exercise by letting it play through and asking your child to say each sound they see in the video. To challenge further, then think of something that starts with that sound. Here is the link:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2NQ6uS8blwY

 

1000 stories

It is so important to keep reading, reading, reading! Read as many books as you can, and keep working your way up to 1000 mark. Make a list of each story shared on a blank piece of paper and when school re-opens we can stamp your card. If you are struggling for books at home, you can use the Oxford Owl or cbeebies link below, which will direct you to ‘Bedtime stories’. 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episodes/b00jdlm2/cbeebies-bedtime-stories

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/ 

 

Don't forget your Oxford Owl access to lots of FREE ebooks too

 

username : Rec1christchurch

password  Ilovereading

 

Maths

 

Maths

This is a great Maths resource for you to check out, to keep the children embedding those skills learnt in the classroom using the principles we follow. Go to https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/early-years/ The activities can be done without the story, however here is a link to the story found on Youtube to get your child engaged! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q35GN23ZFzM

 

Counting games

Keep up your counting skills with Topmarks! There are lots of fun interactive games relevant to Early Years. Follow the link and let us know what you counted today! 

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/5-7-years/counting 

 

Well Being and spending time together

 

Be Calm!

Follow the link to Cosmic Kids Yoga! Work your way through some well known stories whilst reaching a calm place. https://www.youtube.com/user/CosmicKidsYoga 

 

 

P4C 

Why not try some thoughtful conversations and questions today? Click the link https://dialogueworks.co.uk/hometalk/ to open up activity packs and videos full of thoughtful questions to spark philosophical conversations! 

 

 

Make a rainbow

The children who were in school on Friday enjoyed creating rainbow pictures to put in the windows of their homes. If your child didn't get to do this or would like to make another then why not try and create a rainbow picture . You can use any creative materials you like, for example, paint, pencil crayons, wax crayon etc. If you do not have these materials why not try and make something colourful using lego bricks and place them on a windowsill?

 

 

Helicopter Stories

In Reception we tell Helicopter stories. This is an opportunity for your child to tell a story that they have made up. As your child is telling the story, write it down on a sheet of paper, exactly as they tell it (roughly half a side of A4). Then the fun bit begins, as a family, act the story out. I guarantee if you ask your child to tell you a story and act it out, they will become very excited!

 

 

25. 03.20  Today's challenge

While the sun is shining why not get out into the garden while you can.? ( If you aren't able to then hunt for items inside )

 

Can you find 10 'interesting' things ( keep them smallish) then try these 

 

- can you arrange them in order of size?

-choose 2 or 3  of the items, what is the same/ different about them?

- select a number of the 10 objects, can you share them between two of you? Do you have the same amount?

 

Have fun  and stay safe

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mia has been busy with the challenge. Have you tried it yet?

Our fabulous Home Learning!

Look how busy we have been. Have you tried any activities yet or completed work from your home learning pack. Mrs Smith, Mrs Pearson and all your friends in Reception 1 would love to see what you have been up to.

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