Reception - St Peter


Welcome to St Peter's Reception class page.

My name is Mrs Beaumont and I am the Reception class teacher. Our teaching assistant is Mrs Noble, who is a vital part of our team.   

You can see below our end of year expectations for your children, the Early Learning Goals, which we will be striving to achieve, and also the curriculum overview for each half term.

We know that the last few months have been a challenge, but we are very excited to welcome your children into our wonderful school in September. 

See the source image   Parent Planners and InformatioN  

 Autumn A Parent Planner EYFS Marvellous Me.pubDownload
 Autumn B Parent Planner EYFS Superheroes.pubDownload
 Development-Matters Document.pdfDownload
 Non Negotiable Parent Leaflet - Reception.docxDownload
 Spring A Parent Planner EYFS Winter and Chinese New Year.pubDownload
 Spring B Parent Planner EYFS Dinosaurs Easter.pubDownload
 Summer A Parent Planner MiniBeasts and Life Cycles.pubDownload
 Summer B Parent Planner EYFS Seaside and Pirates.pubDownload
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Missing Letter Quiz - CBeebies - BBC     Phonics Revision Powerpoints

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PE - Once settled, PE will take place on WEDNESDAYS (on a two week rota) Please ensure your child has the correct indoor and outdoor PE kit in school at all times.All children also have daily access to our outdoor provision.

Outdoor learning - We love outdoor learning in Reception! Please ensure your child has a pair of wellies to keep in school all year. Please make sure they have their name inside them.

Reading Books - Once we have assessed the children, allowed them to settle and started our daily phonics sessions, children will begin to bring home reading books. Please do not be alarmed if they do not have any words in at first! Discussing pictures is a vital part of a child's development when they first start school.
Reading books (along with key words, sounds and numbers) will be sent home every
Monday, to be returned on Friday please.

Oxford Owl is a fantastic site, on which you can access lots of reading books, just like the ones we send home from school. They are all colour banded, just like the ones we have in school, so the children will be familiar with them. 

Click: "My Class Login"

Class Username: ReceptionStP

Class Password: books1