The Class Teacher in Reception is Mrs Robinson and the teaching assistant is Mrs Woolford
Welcome to our Reception Class page, where we love to learn through play! We enjoy making friends and having fun inside and outside of the classroom. We have a lovely outdoor area which extends our learning and play on a bigger, louder and more active scale.
In Class R we gain a broad range of knowledge and skills – we are always curious to find out more and enthusiastic to have a go at new things. We are encouraged to try our best and understand that it is ok to make mistakes.
During the school day we are involved in activities and experiences which are based on the EYFS areas of learning and development: Personal, social and emotional development; Communication and language development; Physical development; Literacy (reading and writing); Mathematics (number, shapes, spaces and measure); Understanding the world; Expressive arts and design.
Mrs Robinson is currently working in school full time.
She is also working alongside Miss Moor to help deliver the online learning offer to our very youngest children. The timetable above gives you an idea of what types of activities are posted up each day for children to engage in at home.
Each day there is a phonic video lesson for children to watch and a daily math's lesson video and activity. There is also a story link video and a PE / Work out video to join in with.
As well as this Miss Robinson will post up activities linked to the class topic this term which is 'Space'.
Mrs Robinson is also aiming to hold weekly Google Meet online meetings with groups of children in the class who are learning at home.
Due to the nature of the Early Years Curriculum, we doe not feel it is useful to set an amount of time we would expect children to be focusing on learning each day. Learning in this phase is based around learning through play. However, if your child joins in with the phonic videos and math's videos each day, this will help them practice and develop key skills. Remember to keep reading to your child and encourage them to find letter, sounds and words in the books that you share.
For any further advice on supporting your child with learning at home during lock down please contact the Mrs Robinson.
Due to the current COVID pandemic, the school is closed to all children except for those whos parents are Critical Workers and vulnerable children.
Learning has now moved online. St Anne's uses Google Classroom as its main tool in delivering online learning to children. Please click on the link below if you require more information about accessing Google Classrooms or how to request ICT equipment at home.