Friday 9th March
What a super week we’ve had thinking about recycling and how we can reduce the amount of waste we create! For the last fortnight we have been thinking about the types of rubbish that can be recycled and how we can do our bit to protect our planet. We have learnt about the amount of rubbish that gets put into landfill every year and how plastic can affect wildlife and sea life.
The children have seen a wonderful show from ‘The Junkband Orchestra’ and were so inspired by his work that they wanted to create their own musical instruments! We have also been thinking about ways of reducing food waste by making Banana Cakes using over ripe bananas and Bubble and Squeak Bites using vegetables that might be left over from your roast dinners.
Miss Persaud has been on some training by the Diocese to support schools with a C of E status as part of her role as RE co-ordinator.
Outside we have been thinking about ways of protecting our wildlife by making bird feeders and using recycled materials to make musical instruments.
Phonics & Maths:
In Phonics we continue to work towards your child’s targets. Thank you for your support with reading and writing at home.
In Maths this week we have been learning to count in twos and recognise odd and even numbers. Can your child recognise odd and even numbers?
The travelling book fair will be here again on Monday.
PE will be on Monday morning- thank you to those who have provided a PE kit for their child.
We will be learning about Sweden outside next week while our Swedish visitors are here. Inside we will be beginning to think about Easter.
Learning Journeys this week were Kobe, Eleanor and Rosie.
Next week’s Learning Journeys will be Freya, Maddie, Arthur and Finn.
Forest School Group 2 – Tuesday 13th March -Thank you to those who have signed up to help.
Please could you check the name in your child’s clothes and return any items of clothing that have strayed!
Have a lovely weekend.
The Reception Team