Hello children, I have a challenge for you this week. If you are going outside for a bit of exercise or to play in the garden, collect a few petals, stones, bits of grass or sticks and see if you can write your name with it? What natural material did you use to write your […]
Lets read together, ask your family members to read this wonderful story about Frieda and how she makes a difference. Frieda makes a difference-English Learning about our SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) will help us all make a difference to our world. Can you spot the SDG number on the page? How many can you find? […]
Hello children, this week we are going to learn a song that teaches us all about our rights. Let’s sing along and see how many of our Rights you know. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LN_70HXxd5Y How many can you name?
Hello to all Reception children. We hope that you have had a productive first week learning from home! I just want to remind you of the rules when writing your super sentences at home. Always start your sentence with a capital letter. Places, names, titles and the tricky word “I” also have a capital letter. […]
This week we are reading the story Man on the Moon by Simon Bartram. Read the story below and then try the writing activities in your yellow book. man on the moon (bob) powerpoint Bob has some alien friends. Can you design and describe an alien? man on the moon alien design Bob goes for […]
Hello to all reception children at Rathfern! We miss you all! We are very proud of you and we hope to see you soon! Now it’s time to be shape detectives! Listen to the following shape songs: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WTeqUejf3D0 Go on a shape hunt at home. What shapes can you find? Can you […]
Come and learn French colours with Miss Louise.
Reception have been looking at the artist Alexander Calder’s fish sculptures. They are made from metal, glass and pottery. He bends and twists the wire to create drawings that hang in space. We used recycled coat hangers to create the outline of our fish. We pulled really hard on the sides of the coat hanger […]
Year 6 children from Cedar Class reading with Reception (Oak) Class in their weekly Buddy Reading lessons.
We have been inspired this week by the beautiful illustrations in the book Journey by Aaron Becker. The children immediately noticed that it is a text with no words and have enthusiastically told the story themselves through the pictures. We are wondering where the girl and boy in the story may go to next…