Welcome to Class R! We are excited to welcome you to your first year at Diggle School!
Below is some of our transition documents to help Mrs Bradbury get to know the children better and to help parents with what they need to know before September.
We have lots of fun learning planned through out the year.
To help us settle in, our first topic is ‘All about me’. We will spend most of the first half term getting to know each other and learning the rules and routines of the classroom and the school. We will begin to look at our similarities and differences and learn to celebrate the diversity within our class. Phonics will be introduced the first half term, using our Read, Write inc scheme. We will also start looking at each number between 0 – 20, in depth, in Maths. As well as measures, shapes and patterns. Physical development will also be a key feature of the first half term, ensuring we have a strong pencil grip and are confident with our gross motor and fine motor skills.
As we progress through out the year, we will cover a variety of different topics. Below is a list of topics we have looked at year 19/20.
- Space – EYFS Topic – Space Knowledge Mat
- Traditional Tales – EYFS Topic – Traditional Tales
- Animals – EYFS Topic – Animals
- Minibeasts – EYFS Topic – Minibeasts
Below please find some extra documents which will help you, as you start your journey with us at Diggle School.
Calculation Policy – Mental Addition Calculation Policy – Mental Division Calculation Policy – Mental Multiplication Calculation Policy – Mental Subtraction Calculation Policy – Written Addition Calculation Policy – Written Division Calculation Policy – Written Multiplication Calculation Policy – Written Subtraction
Information for Home Learning
Unfortunately, the school has been asked to close due to COVID-19. Below are useful documents and you will find weekly and daily learning updates for your child to work on at home.
Class R Home Learning Pack Documents
Home Learning – W/C 13th July 2020
Below is the learning menu for week commencing 13th July 2020 – along with resources for this week’s learning. It’s sports week and the menu is full activities to support the children to plan and create things so they can hold their own sports day. I am looking forward to all the pictures!
Keep up the great work Reception!!!
Previous weeks home learning: