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Reception LC

Welcome to class RLC!

We enjoyed a STEM workshop learning about the weather . We had to become meteorologists for the day thinking about and investigating different types of weather. We listened to the story Little Cloud. 

Little Cloud

By Anne Booth and Sarah Massini

We made reflective mobiles, wind socks and windmills. We had to to discover which direction the wind was blowing from and how hard it is blowing using plastic bags and empty pop bottles. 

This week we are reading this book...

The Way Back Home by Oliver Jeffers

The Way Back Home

The Tiny Seed - A read aloud Eric Carle book with music in HD fullscreen

Join the tiny seed's journey as it travels near and far, overcoming insurmountable odds and many dangers, to finally become a plant and a beautiful flower!Wi...

Jack and the Beanstalk

Jack and the Beanstalk is a traditional tale about.Jack, a poor country boy, who trades the family cow for a handful of beans.

Little Raindrop

We are learning about all about the weather and the story that follows a raindrop! "Have you ever wondered what happens to a raindrop when it falls from the sky?

Mr Wolf's Pancakes!

Jan Fearnley, an author and illustrator, reads her famous subversive story about the dangers of not being nice! Meet Mr Wolf, who fancies some delicious pancakes.

We loved this story and sent Mrs Carter to the shops with a shopping list to buy the ingredients to make pancakes. We then made labels for each ingredient and set up a pancake station. We weighed the flour, cracked an egg and poured in milk and a pinch of salt. Then we whisked it ready to cook. we each chose our own yummy toppings.

The Very Hungry Caterpillar

In Maths we have been learning the days of the week and talking about time such as Today it is... yesterday was ... and tomorrow is.....

"The Great Race: The Story of the Chinese Zodiac" by Dawn Casey

In PE we have did a dragon Dance to chinese music and had our own parade with streamers.

The Tiger Who Came To Tea

Mad About Minibeasts!

The sun is in the sky and it's a lovely summer's day. The minibeasts have seen you and they want to come and play!

We looked in our garden for minibeasts. 

We are sorting animals from the minibeasts and then looked at ways of grouping the minibeasts with other similarities. 

We created a bug hotel to keep the minibeasts warm using grass, wood, soil, conkers, acorns and sticks. We enjoyed using the natural materials and exploring their habitats with a magnifying glass.

We have been naming and labelling different minibeasts using our phonics to spell.

Rumble in the Jungle

There's a rumble in the jungle, there's a whisper in the trees, the animals are waking up and rustling the leaves... Learn about jungle animals!

We definitely have some great artists in class.

We have been exploring animal patterns by matching the cards together.

In Maths this week we have been learning to add two groups of objects together and now know to find the total we have to count them all. Some have even had a go at writing the number sentence!

We had fun and games at our Christmas party. We played corners, musical bumps, pass the parcel and of course did lots of dancing and enjoyed our party food. 

It’s Christmas jumper day today !

The Jolly Postman

By Janet and Allan Ahlberg

Remember, remember the 5th November…

We learnt about firework safety ahead of Guy Fawkes night and we also painted some firework pictures whilst listening to classical music. We discussed the noises they make pop, bang and whoosh !

The Three Little Pigs

As part of of topic in literacy this half term we are reading traditional tales. The first we are looking at is the Three little pigs.

Have a look at our learning on the story ….

Oliver's Vegetables

Our story this week is Oliver's Vegetables written by Vivian French & illustrated by Alison Bartlett. It is linked to Harvest that we are excited for making soup.

We are learning about washing our hands before we prepare food. The preparations have begun for Harvest soup... 

In Maths we have been exploring the vegetables we brought in for harvest soup and we are weighing them and making predictions about heaviest and lightest. We have also been talking about grouping them and counting how many of each vegetable we have collected. 

This week we read this story and enjoyed imaginative play using the characters from the story.

We also sequenced pictures to demonstrate an understanding of what happened in the beginning, middle and end of the story. We also drew our own pictures of the story and used props to retell events.

We went on an Autumn trail on the school grounds to look at the signs of the season and to look at the changes we see occuring.

We like making Autumn pictures using paint and other materials. These are for our season display in class.

In maths this week we have been exploring Numicon shapes by counting them and  matching them to numbers.

We enjoyed our  first week of starting school and as part of wellbeing week we shared the story. Meesha makes friends. 

Meesha Makes Friends: A Feelings Book written by Tom Percival

Meesha loves making things, but there's one thing she finds difficult to make - friends. She doesn't know quite what to do, what to say or when to say it.

We had a circle time to talk about how we can make friends by listening to each other and playing together. We talked about people who are special to us and what makes us unique.

We made self portraits and talked about our hair colour, eye colour using a mirror to look at our features. We used a range of media including paint and pastels.

We are learning to make friends in class by playing games.

The Daily Mile

 

We like participating in the daily mile every day! We can run, jog and walk around the track. Its helps us to keep fit and improves our minds when learning.

 

 

Attendance

  • Reception 90.44
  • Year 1 96.44
  • Year 2 93.88
  • Year 3 94.79
  • Year 4 93.75
  • Year 5 93.75
  • Year 6 92.36
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Norham Avenue North, South Shields, Tyne and Wear, NE34 7TD

Telephone: 01914274343

E-mail: info@seaview.s-tyneside.sch.uk

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