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A warm welcome to Reception! Mrs. Parsons is the class teacher, and Mrs. Felton, Miss. Crabtree and Mrs. Khan the teaching assistants.


Summer 2

This half-term the children will be visiting Delamere Forest, taking part in a variety of themed days such as Green Day and Science Day, plus Sports Week. The class will also be preparing for their move to Year One, for example meeting their next teacher and visiting the new classroom.

Please read the class' newsletter every Friday to keep up to date with all the exciting activities happening this half-term. You will also find home activities to complement your child's weekly learning too. The newsletter will be popped into your child's book bag every Friday.


To support your child's experience, please send in:

  • their completed homework by THURSDAY MORNING so staff have time to add the prepare your child's folder and Busy Bee book (as required)
  • your child's reading record and reading scheme book EVERYDAY
  • named wellington boots to remain in school
  • named p.e. kit in a drawstring bag to remain in school (or if washed, returned by Monday-our hall slot is Monday afternoon)
  • named book bag
  • named water bottle and healthy snack
  • spare pair of underwear and socks


You have received a letter explaining the new Early Years Framework, please chat to staff if you have any questions.

We continue to work towards  Well Green's Reception Curricular Goals which outline our ambitious expectations for every child in the Reception class. Six times a year, parents and carers receive a half term overview. Our current focus is called, 'What Are Mini-Beasts Like?' which is Reception's Learning Challenge title. Our Learning Challenge work is recorded in a floor book and your child will come home with key vocabulary relating to this title on a 'vocabulary mat'. Please help your child to say and understand the words relating to this Learning Challenge. You can also find this, and the remaining year's titles on Well Green's Curriculum Provision Map for Reception which can be found on the school's website (Parents-> Curriculum). 

To support your understanding of Reception's work, your child will have weekly homework, often but not always, in their Busy Bee book (see notes above). Homework complements the learning in class, as well as keeping you up to date with daily Reception life.


If you have any concerns or questions, please arrange to chat to me or contact me on the following school email address:

Looking forward to another exciting half-term, Mrs. Parsons and the Early Years  Team

Spring term

Summer term