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Reception - Ash

Welcome to Ash Class!

Teacher: Miss Alp

Teaching Assistants: Mrs Kennedy, Mrs Gamble & Miss Blyth

Welcome to our reception class page. Here you will find information about your child's class, some of the learning and important dates for your diary. 

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Half Term News!

Key information


Please can all parents/carers record any observations that could contribute to your child's learning journal. If you require a parent observation booklet -please ask! 


Book bags need to be brought into school every day. This is to ensure that books are returned and information is sent out to parents.


 Mondays: Please could children bring in their named PE kit. This can be kept on their peg and children can take this home on a Friday ready to return the following week.


Wednesdays: Please could children bring in their welly boots to visit the nature area. 


Fridays: Children will bring a library book home weekly. Please could this be returned every week so that children can get a new book. 

Topics This Year 

Autumn 1: All About me! 

Autumn 2: Traditional Tales

Spring 1:Toys 

Spring 2: Change and Growth
Summer 1: Space

Summer 2: Seaside

Dates for your diary

  • Maths Cafe morning 8.45am-9am starting 31.10.19 every Thursday
  • Reading afternoons 3.00-3.15pm starting 5.11.19 every Tuesday 
  • Individual school photos 6.11.19 
  • Children in Need non-uniform day 15.11.19
  • Dentist visit to Ash class 19.11.19
  • Visit to Great Yarmouth Library 25.11.19
  • Cinderella Experience at Elizabethan House 26.11.19
  • Christmas Fair 6.12.19
  • Whoops A Daisy Nativity Performance 11.12.19
Children need to be in school and on time every day ~Make sure you read the Privacy Notice on the Key Information Page~ The results of the Parent Questionnaires are attached to the 8th November 2019 Newsletter