Tag: Reception


Children In Need

Wear Something Spotty For Children In Need

 

The children in Class R enjoyed taking part in Children In Need Day. They wore their own spotty clothes and had great fun learning about Pudsey Bear. The children created some lovely pictures and some even tried to write Pudsey Bear…

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Category: Reception Class

Remembrance Day

 We Will Remember.

 

 

This week the children took part in a whole school assembly about Remembrance Day. They listened really well and were eager to make some poppy pictures. We used our printing skills to create some fantastic poppy pictures.

 

 

The children also…

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Category: Reception Class

Sharing our kaleidoscopes with our Class R buddies!

During our exit day last half term, we completed our kaleidoscopes then made our way to Reception class to show and share with our buddies. We absolutely loved showing them how they worked and letting them play with our hand-made toys! Another fantastic example of the wonderful friendships shared…

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Posted by on 5 November 2018

Category: Year 6

Bonfire Night

POP! BANG! FIZZ!

 

This week we were so excited to invite our parents into the classroom for a 'Stay and play' session. We have had a lovely time creating chocolate apples for Bonfire night. We have also enjoyed making firework pictures and writing numbers in the colourful sand.

 

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Category: Reception Class

Autumn Explorers

We have really enjoyed exploring signs of Autumn. The children explored around the school grounds and collected items linked to Autumn. They had fun in the outdoor classroom and were especially pleased to spot a pumpkin growing in the planters.

 

The children have really playing parachute…

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Category: Reception Class

Settling In

We are so proud of how quickly the children have settled into school life. They are becoming more confident using the different resources in the indoor and outdoor classrooms and they are enjoying exploring what they can do with them.

The children are working together and getting to know…

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Category: Reception Class

Autumn

Class R have enjoyed making Autumn trees. They have used a selection of Autumn colours to print leaves on to a tree trunk. The children had great fun talking about the leaves changing colour in Autumn.

 

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Category: Reception Class

Ice cream

Class R decided they wanted to change our role play area to an ice cream parlour. We collected resources and began the transformation. As a celebration we decided to have an ice cream treat. Everyone had an ice cream cone with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Some people added strawberry or chocolate…

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Category: Year 1

French Day

Today we enjoyed taking part in the whole school French day. We made flags and had great fun singing some traditional French songs including 'frere jacques' and 'heads, shoulders, knees and toes'. The children joined in with the song from 'The Lingo Show' teaching them to count to 10. The class…

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Category: Year 1

Magnetic Games

Today Class R had a fantastic time playing the magnetic games that Class 3 had designed and made. The Class 3 children explained their games to the children and then played the games with them. Class R were really impressed with the games and loved testing them. All the children had a fantastic…

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Category: Year 1

Making jam sandwiches

This week we made our own butter. We used double cream and worked with a partner to shake the cream until it turned it to butter. The children loved listening to music as they shook the cream. When it turned to butter we poured off the butter milk and then used the butter to make our very own jam…

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Category: Year 1

World Book Day

STOP POLICE!

 

A robbery has occurred at Bramham Primary School! The Queen of Fairytale Land has had her book stolen. Class R are busy trying to find out WHO DUNNIT. Their prime suspect is Goldilocks Denton, the youngest criminal in Fairytale Land!

 

The children have come dressed…

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Category: Year 1