St Bernadette Rec
Welcome to St Bernadette's Reception Class!
Our Lady guides us as we have fun learning together,
aiming to be the best that we can be
Welcome to the summer term!
The children have come back from the Easter break all grown up and ready to learn.
They are getting very independent in all areas of the curriculum and I can tell that they will be ready for Year One!
Watch this space to see all the fun and exciting things we do in reception.
We have caterpillars in our classroom!
Reception's Assembly Little Red Riding Hood
Please click on the link below to see our retell of the story. I think your will all agree everyone did an amazing job. I am sure we will see some of these stars on the stage in the future!
From Lent to Easter
Visit form the Fire Brigade:
On Friday afternoon we were very lucky to have a visit from the Fire Brigade.
We learnt how to prevent fires in our houses, what number to call if there is a fire and all about the fireman's protective uniform.
We even got to practise using the hose!
We all had such a lovely afternoon and promised Dave that we will all draw a picture of a fire engine and send it to the station, where they will stick it up on the wall for everyone to see!
IPC Entry point:
Our topic this term is 'Lets Pretend'. When we came in from lunch last Wednesday, we found footprints, claw marks and some brown wool. The classroom had also been messed up and the children felt it was a bear that was responsible. We decided we had to go on a 'bear hunt'.
Working together is so much fun!
In Reception we are learning how to work together. We worked in pairs to complete the 'Eatwell Plate' . We listened to eachothers ideas and took turns to complete the task. We also made rice crispy cakes in groups. We shared our ingredients and waited until it was our turn. In Music we worked as a team to create our own special piece of music. We found that it is nice to help each other and work together!
We enjoy role playing and telling stories!
Black History Assembly:
Please visit our gallery to have a look at how wonderful we did in the Black History Assembly. We recited a poem ' Working Together' and we sang a traditional West African call and response song 'Kye Kye Kule'. I think you will agree that all the children did a very good job!
See below for some pictures of us preparing for our assembly in class!