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message from the headteacherWelcome back to the Summer Term. As usual, there is much to look forward to over the next few months. Please see our 'Upcoming Events' section for more details.

WE HAVE BEEN INFORMED THAT THE SCHOOL WILL BE USED FOR LOCAL ELECTIONS ON THURSDAY 3rd MAY. THE SCHOOL WILL THEREFORE BE CLOSED. WE APOLOGISE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE CAUSED.
Reception Sun Rays
WELCOME TO THE SUNRAYS CLASS WEBPAGE!


W/C Monday30th March

We have had such an exciting week with the delivery of our chicken eggs last Monday! We started off with 10 eggs and 8 of them hatched! We observed the changes and were able to see one actually hatching! We've learnt that the male chicks are yellow and the female chicks are brown! we have done lots of number work such as counting how many eggs were in the incubator and how many were in the brooder box. We've counted how many boys and girls there are and how many eggs were left. We have learnt how to care for them and clean them out as well as hygiene and the importance of washing our hands!

We have learnt about the Lifecycle of a Hen and have also made some chick pictures!


Thank you to all who have contributed to class fund - any further donations would be gratefully received. £9.00 for 6 full weeks this half term.


SUMMER 1-

Our Topic for this half term is Growth

See learning tasks further down the page and objectives in the e-bag.





W/C Monday 19th March

Thank you to all for welcoming me into sunrays class this term. It has been lovely to see some familiar faces from nursery but also to teach some new faces too!

What a great start of the week it was to see everyone's dinosaur masterpieces! Massive thanks to all the big people who supported our little people in the dinosaur model making homework this week a splendid effort by all!

Thank you to all who have contributed to class fund - any further donations would be gratefully received. £9.00 for 6 full weeks this half term.


SPRING 2

TOPIC - Minibeasts and Massive Creatures


This web page will be updated every half term with relevant information. There will also be a short update at the top of the page each week so make sure you keep checking!

Thank you for your support - Mrs Heffernan





IMPORTANT DIARY DATES:

THURSDAY 22ND MARCH - SPRING DISCO
FRIDAY 23RD MARCH - SPORTS RELIEF £1.00 WEAR YOUR SPORTS KIT
THURSDAY 29TH MARCH - EASTER EGGSTRAVAGANZA

This week is 'Well Being' Week with lots of things going on in school. Hopefully you will have seen the letter that went home last week and are able to join in with some of the activities. Our literacy focus will be writing about things we are grateful for which will be hung on the 'Gratitude Tree' with the rest of the schools contributions. Our maths focus will be centered around capacity which will see our water tray full of different sized measuring jugs and cylinders.

We will continue to practise for our Class Assembly which will take place on Friday 9th February at 2.30pm - please come along to watch what your little person has been learning about!

A big thank you to all who attended the parent meetings last week. It was so great to let you know how well your little person is doing!

NEWSFLASH!! The Sunray Showing Assembly will be taking place at 2.30pm on Friday 9th February. This is an opportunity for the children to show their loved ones all the things they have been learning about. All Parents are encouraged to attend.

Spring 1

The topic this half term is 'Let it snow!' We will be learning all about the Polar Region including the climate and the animals you would find there. Our Role play has turned into a Polar Explorers base. This topic will bring a lot of opportunity for investigative work, writing, shape, space and measure and plenty of language and communication activities.

The daily phonics groups will continue and reading books to be changed twice a week.

This web page will be updated every half term with up to date information. There will also be a short update at the top of the page each week so make sure you keep checking!

REMINDERS & IMPORTANT DIARY DATES:

Voluntary Reception fund is £7.50 for this half term. We really appreciate your contributions.

Friday 9th february - Sunray Showing Assembly

If you would like your little one to have wellies in school for the outdoor area please send a pair in to keep on their peg.

As we now have so many entrance/exit doors we aim to have these closed and locked by 9.10am and 3.30pm each day. It would help us greatly if you could support us by leaving the school building by these times each day - to ensure the safety of all children during the school day and whilst at after school club/activities.

You can contact me on our dedicated email address for any queries - receptionoldfieldbrow@yahoo.co.uk.

INDOOR PE KIT should be kept in school throughout the half term to be taken home for washing during the holidays.

Please make sure all items of UNIFORM and PE KIT are labelled clearly with your child's name.

It is also a good idea to regularly check your child’s hair for signs of HEADLICE - if you do find any please inform myself or Mrs Smith Burnand and we will send a letter home.


Learning Goals
Our topic this half term is Growth.

Mrs Moody will be coming into class every Thursday morning to do guided writing with the class.

The children will be getting used to using the PC's and smartboard at school. They will spend some time playing on the 'busy things' website. This website is fantastic as it covers many areas of learning in the Foundation Stage and the children love it! If you would like your child to access the site whilst at home the login details are:-

username home9482
password balloon5477




Homework
Please make sure you make a comment in the reading record each time your child brings a book home so we know it has been read and they can take home a different book.

Homework books will be sent home every Wednesday and should be returned on Monday. The tasks set will either be creative, practical, a discussion or something that needs to be recorded in your child’s book. Homework is given to build on your child’s development, giving you an idea of what we have been learning about in the classroom and gives opportunity for you to have fun engaging in your child’s learning.

Thank you for your support.
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