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 Welcome to our class page! 

 

We are really looking forward to welcoming all of the new children into our Reception class. We hope that the children will enjoy the start of their school journey here at Our Lady and St Rose of Lima, and their love of learning will continue to grow!
Reception will be working really hard this year and will have lots of fun doing so! Miss Hand and Miss Allport will keep this page updated with all the fantastic work Reception are doing and interesting activities that they are involved in. Pictures, news and any useful links to support learning at home will also be included.
Resources and links can be found at the bottom of the class page...

Enjoy! smiley

                                                                                                                                                                                                                          

Star of the week

 

Each week, the star of Reception will appear on our class page. Please make sure you check regularly to find out who the star of the class is that week!

 

Our star of the week is...Cassius!

(Friday 8th February 2019)

This week Cassius has been chosen as star of the week for his enthusiasm in class and his loving nature towards all children and staff. He has the most beautiful manners and is such a caring friend. He is proud of his own achievements, but also loves to celebrate the successes of others. I think everyone will agree how deserving Cassius is of the star of the week award! What a shining star you are! Miss Hand and Miss Allport are very proud of you. Well done Cassius! 

Keep up the good work! smiley

 

These children have been stars of the week in Reception so far...

Spring term 1

Elishaj (01.02.19), ALL OF RECEPTION (25.01.19), Kye (18.01.19), Amelia (11.01.19)

Autumn term 2

Eros (07.12.18), Rose (30.11.18), Evelyn (23.11.18), 

Robyn (16.11.18), Tristan (09.11.18)

Autumn term 1

Ionah (19.10.18), Cheska (12.10.18), Elishaj (05.10.18), 

Whitney (28.09.18), ALL OF RECEPTION (21.09.18)

                                                                                                                                                                                                                          

 Reception High Frequency Words

 Who has moved up the rocket and reached the moon? 

 

 

We're working really hard in Reception to learn how to read and write our high frequency words. These are words that we use all of the time when we are speaking, reading and writing and so they are very useful. The 45 words are split into 5 bands (9 words in each band).

We have reading and writing rockets on display in our classroom and the children are moved up the bands on each rocket once they know how to either read or write of the words in a band. 

Once a child knows all 45 words for reading/writing they 'land on the moon' and can choose prizes from the prize box.

Some children have already learned how to read all the Reception words and 'landed on the moon', and one child has exceeded this and learned all of the Year One words to 'land in the galaxy', and now knows how to read all of the Year two words. What a super star!

 

A big well done to the children below!

 

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                          

 Our Class Wish! 

 

At the start of this year, each class chose a wish that they would like to see acted out in their class. After much discussion, we decided that our class wish is 'to help each other learn and grow'.

This means that we help each other learn and grow not only in the classroom, but in all aspects of school life.

At the beginning of each half-term, a child will be chosen who we feel has shown that they have been helping to make the wish come true by their words and actions. The chosen child will win 10 house points for their house team.

 

Autumn Term 2

Robyn has been chosen because she is a very caring friend. She is very eager to learn new things each day at school, but also likes to encourage and support her classmates when they are finding things difficult. She often helps her friends during phonics and when writing our sound of the day.

Robyn is a very mature and helpful member of Reception, and a great role model for her peers. Well done Robyn, keep up the good work!

 

Spring Term 1

Elishaj has been chosen because she is fantastic role model for all of her peers. 

Elishaj is always eager to do the right thing and to help others. She will care for her friends if they are upset, but also likes to help others with their learning each day. Elishaj will often be found at the independent writing table where she will encourage her classmates and will help them with their cursive handwriting. Well done Elishaj, keep up the good work!

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                          

 Catholic Virtues 

 

The children are growing to be...

Grateful for their own gifts, for the gift of other people, and for the blessings of each day; and generous with their gifts, becoming men and women for others.

Attentive to their experience and to their vocation; and discerning about the choices they make and the effects of those choices.

Compassionate towards others, near and far, especially the less fortunate; and loving by their just actions and forgiving words.

Faith-filled in their beliefs and hopeful for the future.

Eloquent and truthful in what they say of themselves, the relations between people, and the world.

Learned, finding God in all things; and wise in the ways they use their learning for the common good.

Curious about everything; and active in their engagement with the world, changing what they can for the better.

Intentional in the way they live and use the resources of the earth, guided by conscience; and prophetic in the example they set to others.

 

The Catholic virtues we have focused on so far this year are:

Autumn 1: Compassionate and Loving

Autumn 2: Faith-filled and Hopeful

Spring 1: Eloquent and Truthful

 

Please take a look at the photos below...to see how the children in Reception believe that we can live out our Catholic virtues.

Catholic virtues...

                                                                                                                                                                                                                          

          Reception's prayers 

 

Please find pictures of our daily prayers, the Hail Mary, the Our Father and our school prayer below. These are the prayers that we will say throughout the Reception year and beyond. It would be really lovely if you could say these prayers with your child at home. We always start and end our prayers with the sign of the cross which your child will be able to demonstrate.

Our school prayers - Reception

Our school prayers - Reception 1
Our school prayers - Reception 2
Our school prayers - Reception 3
Our school prayers - Reception 4
Our school prayers - Reception 5
Our school prayers - Reception 6
Our school prayers - Reception 7
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          

 Important information... 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                          

 Important dates for your diary... 

                                              

                                                                                                                                                                                                                          

 What's happening this week in Reception? 

Week 6 - WC: Monday 11th February

 

Literacy and Mathematics

 

Assessment Week

This week is assessment week. The children will have a go at a number of activities in Literacy and Mathematics where we will be able to see the progress made during this half term.

 

Literacy (Reading and Writing) - Please continue to practise writing simple sentences at home. In addition to this, the high frequency are used so much when we write, that is so important for your child to learn these. Please continue to practise both reading and writing high frequency words at home (they can be found at the front of homework books).

Early Learning Goals (End of Year target) for Literacy:

Reading

Children read and understand simple sentences. They use phonic knowledge to decode regular words and read them aloud accurately. They also read some common irregular words. They demonstrate understanding when talking with others about what they have read.

Writing

Children use their phonic knowledge to write words in ways which match their spoken sounds. They also write some irregular common words. They write simple sentences which can be read by themselves and others. Some words are spelt correctly and others are phonetically plausible.

 

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Mathematics (Number and Shape, space and measure) - Please continue to practise writing numbers (to 20) correctly, simple addition and subtraction and counting on/back from a given number. Please see below for other concepts in maths that can be explored at home.

Early Learning Goals (End of Year target) for Mathematics:

Numbers

Children count reliably with numbers from one to 20, place them in order and say which number is one more or one less than a given number. Using quantities and objects, they add and subtract two single-digit numbers and count on or back to find the answer. They solve problems, including doubling, halving and sharing.

Shape, space and measure

Children use everyday language to talk about size, weight, capacity, position, distance, time and money to compare quantities and objects and to solve problems. They recognise, create and describe patterns. They explore characteristics of everyday objects and shapes and use mathematical language to describe them.

 

Literacy (Reading and Writing)

We will also be continuing to look at our new story...Supertato!

We will having a go at writing our very own Supertato shopping lists....
   

Thank you for all your continued support smiley

                          

Phonics

This week in phonics we will be focusing on the following sounds - ur and ow.

 

                 

 

Sounds learned so far:

s, a, t, p, i, n, m, d, g, o, c, k, ck, e, u, r, h, b, f, ff, l, ll, ss, j, v, w, x, y, z, zz, qu, ch, sh, th, 'th', ng, ai, and igh, ee, or, oa, oo, 'oo' and ar.

 

Sound boxes

Please practise reading the sounds and words in your sound boxes. You will also be given sound sheets to practise reading and writing each sound. smiley

 

 

The table showing all pink sounds, yellow words and blue words

can be found at the bottom of this page.

 

High Frequency Words

This week we will continue to look at the words in band one - I, a, it, is, in, up, at, am, on, band two - dog, big, cat, get, can, mum, dad, yes, and, band three - to, go, no, of, we, me, he, she, the and band four - this, they, look, all, are, was, see, for, my.

 

Homework

Please continue to read reading books, practise sound boxes, high frequency words (reading and writing) and complete letter formation sheets. Thank you! smiley

 Reception - Little Big Maths 

 

     Amounts      Counting      Learn Its      It's Nothing New     Calculation   

Little Big Maths Powerpoint - Spring 1: Week 6

                                                                                                                                                                                                                          
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          

 Term: Spring 1 

Tuesday 12th February 2019

 CAFOD Assembly - Lent... 

 

Today we had an assembly all about Lent. We have been asked to take part in the 'give it up challenge', where we are going to give something up during Lent and at the same time, raise money to buy something such as a fruit tree or a pond to help families in need.

 

Take a look at the photos below....

 

             

Thursday 7th February 2019

 The Big Catch of Fish! 

 

In RE we have been learning about stories in the Bible where Jesus cares for and helps people. Today we learned about 'the big catch of fish', where Jesus helps the disciples catch lots of fish after they had fished all night, but not caught anything. We read the story from the Bible and then had a go at singing a new song all about the story. The children enjoyed writing about the story and making a large collage too

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A video of Reception singing the song will be uploaded soon!

 

 Peter and James and John in a sailboat song

 

Peter and James and John in a sailboat x3

Out on the beautiful sea...

They fished all night, but they caught nothing x3

Out on the beautiful sea...

Along came Jesus walking on the seashore x3

Out on the beautiful sea...

He said throw your nets over on the other side x3

Out on the beautiful sea...

The nets were filled with GREAT BIG FISHES x3

Out on the beautiful sea...

So, the lesson of the story is listen to the Lord x3

Wherever you may be!

Wednesday 6th February 2019

 Supertato has arrived in Reception... 

 

This week and next week we are reading the story 'Supertato' in our Literacy lessons, we will be sequencing the story, writing about the story and writing shopping lists. Supertato and his vegetable friends have joined us in Reception....but....watch out for those evil peas!!!

                          

Supertato.....to the rescue!

Wednesday 6th February 2019

 Chinese New Year 

 

Today we learned all about Chinese New Year. The children had a fantastic time making their very own Chinese lanterns. Some children even had a go at Chinese writing too....

 

  

Tuesday 5th February 2019

            E-safety day 

 

Today we had a fantastic assembly led by the digital leaders and the school council. They talked to us all about the importance of staying safe online. These are some of the things that we have learned:

 

  • You should always ask a grown up before you go on the internet.
  • Anyone can add things to the internet and not everything is suitable for children.
  • Grown-ups can help you use the internet safely and find websites that are appropriate.
  • Always tell a grown-up if you see something that you do not like.  

E-safety day...

Tuesday 29th January 2019

 CAFOD

 Laudato Si' Workshop 

 

Today we had a very special visitor who came to speak to us about the charity CAFOD (The Catholic Agency For Overseas Development). He came to talk about why looking after our world is SO important. The children listened, answered questions and joined in really well. Well done Reception!

We only have ONE Earth, we need to look after it and do what God wants us to do with it. 

The Pope wrote a book for the world about looking after the world and caring for our common home.

The Earth is God's gift to us, but it has never been so hurt or mistreated. Things such as pollution and climate change are affecting us all, but we can change this and make a new start.

We want to see beauty, not destruction. We want to love the world and live in harmony with our neighbours. There are so many things that we can do to start to make a change...even small things like, saving water, recycling and living more simply.

Let's try and think about how we can be more sensible and look after God's wonderful creation!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The world can't wait - play your part to care for our common home.

 

Take a look at the photos below...

CAFOD workshop...

Thursday 24th January 2019

  Our school trip! 

 The Snowman at the Birmingham REP 

 

We had a wonderful time seeing The Snowman on stage at the Birmingham REP. The children thoroughly enjoyed themselves and were engaged the whole way through. The acting, stage set and music were fantastic. The children particularly enjoyed when the Snowman was flying and when the snow fell from the ceiling at the end of the performance. The children behaved brilliantly and were a real credit to our school. Miss Hand and Miss Allport are immensely proud of all the children and we very much look forward to the next trip...smiley

 

              
 

Take a look at the photos below...

Thursday 17th January 2019

 Vocations week 

 

We have been thinking about our vocations and what God is calling us to be. We have thought about how we can be generous with our God-given gifts, using them wisely and attentively, to help others and to show them God’s love.

 

We have thought about our call to work and also what kind of person we think God is calling us to be.

 

    

 

Take a look at the photos below...

Vocations week - I think God is calling me to be...

Wednesday 16th January 2019

 Mass - bidding prayers 

 

It was Reception's turn to say the bidding prayers in Mass. Some of the children were recorded saying the prayers and they were then played during Mass.

The children spoke eloquently and confidently. Well done Reception!

 

Mass - Bidding prayers 16.01.19 (Reception)

Mass - Bidding prayers 16.01.19 (Reception) 1
Mass - Bidding prayers 16.01.19 (Reception) 2
Mass - Bidding prayers 16.01.19 (Reception) 3
Mass - Bidding prayers 16.01.19 (Reception) 4
Mass - Bidding prayers 16.01.19 (Reception) 5
Mass - Bidding prayers 16.01.19 (Reception) 6
Mass - Bidding prayers 16.01.19 (Reception) 7

Tuesday 15th January 2019

 Learning about the sacrament of Baptism in RE... 

 

We have been learning all about the sacrament of Baptism in RE. When we are baptised, we become part of God's family and we are given a special name. We discussed what happens during a Baptism service, we wrote sentences and we also took part in Baptism role play.

 

        

 

Take a look at the photos below...

Baptism role play...

Tuesday 8th January

 Happy New Year! 

 

We hope you have all had a wonderful Christmas and we are really looking forward to welcoming you back this January. Happy New Year! We hope you have a fantastic 2019!

God has the most amazing plans for you...

 

 "For I know the plans I have for you", declares the Lord,

"plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future". 

 

    

                                                                                                                                                                                                                          

 Term: Autumn 2 

Friday 20th December

 Merry Christmas

Miss Hand and Miss Allport wish you all a very Merry Christmas! We hope that you all have a lovely, relaxing time and we look forward to welcoming you back in 2019! Enjoy! smiley

 

      

Friday 20th December

 Advent charity days 

 

During each Friday of Advent, the children have raised money for or donated to a different charity. We have helped the following charities during this season of Advent:

 

Advent Charity Day 1: Bags for Brummies Appeal (own clothes day)

Advent Charity Day 2: £1 donation for own clothes with all money going to the St Vincent de Paul Christmas Homeless Appeal

Advent Charity Day 3: Christmas Jumper Day - £1 donation for Birmingham Women's and Children's Hospital

Advent Charity Day 4 :£1 donation for own clothes with all money going to Cafod World Gifts

 

Before the Cafod charity day, we decided as a class that we would bring enough money in to buy 'the goat that gives'. Please see the information below to see how this will hope those in need.

 

   

 

The children were also very generous and packed and brought in 'bags for brummies' which help to provide for homeless people in our city.

 

Please see the photos below...

Tuesday 18th and Wednesday 19th December

 

 The EYFS and Year 1 Nativity 

 18th and 19th December 2019 

 

We all really enjoyed learning about the Christmas story and retelling it in our Nativity through singing, dancing and acting. We had a fantastic time practising and then performing it for the whole school, our friends and our families. The children all worked so hard to make it a great success. Well done to everyone for your amazing singing, to Nursery for your fantastic dancing, to Reception for acting out the story so beautifully and to Year One for speaking so well.

Learning the story has really helped us during this special time of Advent, to prepare for the coming of Christ. Thank you to all the parents and carers for supporting us. We hope you enjoyed our Nativity just as much as we did…until next year! Have a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

 

Miss Hand and Miss Allport smiley

 

Take a look at the photos below...

Friday 14th December

                      The Christmas Enterprise! 

 

The children really enjoyed making clay candle holders, Christmas wreath

decorations and Christmas pudding chocolate rice crispie cakes. We then sold them at the Christmas Enterprise. The children were so excited to sell what they had made - thank you to all of those who were so generous.

 

   "It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas..." 

 

Take a look at the photos below...

The Christmas Enterprise - Reception's goodies

Friday 14th December

 Christmas jumper day 

 

Thank you to all the children for being so generous by bringing in £1 to raise money for Birmingham Children's Hospital. We had a great day in our Christmas jumpers!

 

Take a look at the photos below...

 

     

Thursday 13th December

 Christmas lunch... 

 

What a yummy lunch cooked by Douglas and his team. Thank you so much for cooking such a wonderful lunch for both the children and staff, we all thoroughly enjoyed it!
We thank God for providing us with the food that we eat.

 

Thank you God for the food that we eat. 

Thank you for the world so sweet.

Thank you for the birds that sing.

Thank you God for everything.

 

Take a look at the photos below...

Our yummy Christmas lunch...

 Forest School 

 Autumn 2 

 

What a wonderful time we have had in forest school once again. We have enjoyed exploring the outdoors and learning about God's wonderful creation.

 

Take a look at the photos below...

 Oral storytelling 

 Autumn 2

 

This half-term we have been learning the story, Little Red Riding Hood. We have read the story, made a story map, used actions and acted the story out to try and learn it all off by heart. Well done Reception - you've worked so hard!
 

Take a look at the photos below...

 

 

Tuesday 11th December

 Advent retreat day 

 

We were lucky enough to have a whole-school retreat day led by Dan and Emily from One Life Music. We joined in collective worship, reflection and prayer. We focused on the special season of Advent and how we can prepare and get our hearts ready for the coming of Christ on Christmas Day.

The children enjoyed the whole-school reflections, decorating their Advent candles and making Advent promises, but they especially enjoyed learning a number of new songs which they have continued to sing in class as they learn and play. 

 

Take a look at the photos below...

 

   

Tuesday 20th November

 The Stringcredibles (The Stringblingz)  

 

                                        

 

We were extremely fortunate to welcome four pupils from a nearby secondary school to lead an assembly all about the ‘magic’ of music. They have each been playing string instruments since they were in Year 2 and are now playing at a very high standard. This was great for the children to see and was something for the children to aspire to.

 

The pupils had formed a string quartet called ‘The Stringblingz’ and have recently been trained by ‘The Stringcredibles’ (a professional string quartet in Birmingham). They talked about what ingredients you need to create the magic of music, such as, tempo, the baseline, teamwork, melody and harmony. They demonstrated this through playing a number of well-known songs, which the children thought was fantastic. They involved both the children and teachers in a number of games and even asked a child to conduct their quartet.

 

Both staff and children thoroughly enjoyed the assembly and The Stringcredibles commented on the children’s enthusiasm and involvement during the assembly. We hope that the Stringcredibles' visit will help to foster the children's love of music and inspire them to nurture their God-given gifts. We would love to have them back in the future!

 

Take a look at the photos below...

Friday 16th November

            Children in Need 

 

This year the children were asked to make ears to raise money for Children in Need. They could be as crazy, colourful and creative as you wished. We had a special assembly and each class took it in turns to brave the cat walk. The children showed off their ears that they had made and the charity committee chose a winner from each class.

 

                            Well done to Amelia who won the prize for best ears!

                    Take a look at the photos below...

Children in need - Get your ears on for Pudsey...

November 2018

 The book fair 

 

The children were lucky enough to browse the book fair in their house teams before being able to purchase the books after school. They each chose their favourite book...smiley

 

Take a look at the photos below...

 

                     

The book fair...

November 2018

 Diwali - Rangoli patterns and diva lamps 

 

We have been learning all about Diwali, the Hindu 'festival of lights'.

The children enjoyed making clay diva lamps which they then painted

and working in their house teams to create large chalk rangoli patterns

in the outdoor area. We think they look great!

 

Take a look at the photos below...

Monday 12th November

 Remembrance Day

 Prayer and reflection assembly 

 

Year 6 led a whole-school prayer and reflection assembly and told us all about both The Second World War and "The Great War", as it has been 100 years since the first World War ended.

We had a 2 minute silence to remember all those who have fought so bravely or died to keep us safe.

 

Reception did so well and really were a credit to the school. They were respectful when they took time to reflect during the 2 minute silence.

 
Thank you to Year 6 for leading the assembly so beautifully.
 

       

 The Nativity 

 

Please check your child's bookbag for a letter about the Nativity.

The school’s Christmas KS1 and Early Years Nativity, for Nursery, Reception and Year One will take place on Tuesday 18th December and Wednesday 19th December 2018 in the school hall.
 

You can choose either 2 tickets for one performance, or 1 for Tuesday’s performance and 1 for Wednesday’s performance.

 

The performances are at the following times:

Tuesday 18th December – 9.30am

Wednesday 19th December – 1.30pm

 

Tickets will be available to get after school on Tuesday 4th and Wednesday 5th December (next week).

 

It would be greatly appreciated if costumes could be found and sourced from home for the performance. ALL costumes will need to be brought in on Tuesday 11th December (a week before the first performance), so that we have all of them ready for the dress rehearsals and final shows. If you can start looking to see what you can find and source for your child to wear, this will really help to add to the performance.

If you are unable to provide a costume, please could you return the slip on the letter NO LATER than Monday 10th December so that we have enough time to find them something to wear.

 

Thank you for your continued support smiley


     

November 2018

 Remembrance Day - poppy art 

 

We have been learning about Remembrance Day and the significance of a poppy. We made a class poppy collage and we individually made poppy pictures using paint and apples to print. We think that the pictures look fantastic and are really effective.

 

Take a look at the photos below...

 

   

Poppy art...

November 2018

                         Bonfire Night 

 

The children enjoyed learning about Bonfire Night and creating

firework pictures. We used splodges of paint and forks to spread

the paint. Messy...but LOTS of fun!

 

             Take a look at the pictures below...

 

 

Firework paintings...

                                                                                                                                                                                                                          

 Term: Autumn 1 

 Forest School 

 Autumn 1 

 

What a wonderful time we have had in forest school this half-term. We have enjoyed exploring the outdoors and learning about God's wonderful creation.

 

Take a look at the photos below...

 Oral storytelling 

 Autumn 1 

 

This half-term we have been learning the story, The Three Billy Goats Gruff. We have read the story, made a story map, used actions and sung a song to try and learn it all off by heart. Well done Reception - you've worked so hard!
 

Take a look at the photos below...

 

        

Friday 26th October

 Wear red for The Royal British Legion 

 

The children were asked to wear red and bring in £1 to raise money for The Royal British Legion. They all made a fantastic effort and were so very generous to donate money to such a worthy cause.

 

Take a look at the photos below...

 

    

October 2018

 We know that God made us all special... 

 

In RE we have been learning all about Creation. We know that God made the world and that God made each an every one of us. We thought about our God-given gifts and what makes us special and unique. We enjoyed making this craft.

Take a look at the photos below...

 

 Thank God for making the world and thank you God for making me, me! 

 

   

Thank you God for making the world, and thank you God for making me, me...

October 2018

 Our Creation Nature Walk 

 

The children took it in turns to take photos of the

wonderful things that God has made.

We then created a collage. smiley

 

Take a look at the photos below...

September 2018

 Our self-portraits 

 

The children really enjoyed looking in a mirror and painting their 

self-portraits. They talked about their features and the similarities

and differences between us all.

 

 God made you unique. You are one of a kind. 

 

                      Take a look at the pictures below...

Autumn 1 - Our self-portraits

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September 2018

 Settling in... 

 

The children have all settled in really well and we are really looking forward to an exciting year ahead!

 

Take a look at the photos below...

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                          

 Reception resources... 

 Phonics 

 Phase 2 and 3 

                                                Phase 2                                                                                                Phase 3

 Reception High Frequency Words 

 Year One High Frequency Words 

 Soundboxes 

 Sounds and words 

 Website links - youtube videos 

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