Welcome to Reception Elm's class page!
We will be posting lots of photographs, messages and information on this page, to keep you updated on all things taking place in Reception. So please keep checking the page regularly for updates.
We would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to Reception at Springfield and we look forward to an exciting and successful year together.
Mrs Bagshaw and Mrs Davies
Yesterday, we had the pleasure of a visit from Mr & Mrs Anderson. Mr & Mrs Anderson are professional musicians and parents of children in older year groups, and every year since their children were in Reception, they have come into school to play for us. They wrote a story about a walk around Springfield, accompanied by music and talked to the children about the instruments they play.
The music was fantastic and the children had a wonderful time, it was an absolute pleasure to watch them play and to watch the enjoyment on the children’s faces. Thank you again to Mr & Mrs Anderson!
REMINDER - Sports Day on Tuesday! 9.30am in KS2 playground (playground 2).
Children will arrive at school in their uniform and will change into their PE kits here. Please ensure that your child’s PE kit is in school . In the case of hot weather, please apply sun cream at home before they come to school and provide a sun hat. Bottles of water must be labelled with their name please.
Thank you, hope to see many of you there.
What an amazing way to finish the half term. Thankyou to the PTA for all their hard work putting on this amazing event!
Maths Challenges will be sent home each week. Please feel free to record the challenges in the Home Learning Journey and send them in to share. We always try to share them when time allows.
Please can all Home Learning Journeys be sent in on Thursday 13th June for us to explore the children's learning and adventures from home.
Thank you for your support.
Bees Bees Bees! - Our Special Visitors
The children listened to the classical music ‘Flight of the Bumblebee’. Lots of children talked about how it made them feel, what it reminded them of and if they liked it or not. They then went on to talk about their experience of bees and move their bodies to the music. This has all been in response to the bees making a home in our playground bird box. We talked about how important bees are in our world and that they are endangered. We all wanted to find out more and everything became yellow and black for awhile; have a look at our learning below. Please continue this learning journey at home and encourage the children to come in and share any facts or feelings.
STAYING SAFE IN THE SUN
In response to this lovely weather we would like to remind all parents to keep their child safe in the sun. Please ensure you apply suncream to your child before school. They can bring sun cream into school that will stay in their book bag. This should be named and the children will be encouraged to put it on themselves. Please also bring in named sun hats when needed.
Trip to the farm
On Friday 14th June we will be visiting Tatton Park farm with Reception. Letter to follow. Please contact a member of staff if you are able to volunteer to help on the trip. Thank you.
Link to watch again.