Welcome to Reception Class
My name is Mrs Sherratt and I am happy to say that I am your child's class teacher.
Miss Barlow is also a teacher in reception class and will join us on a Friday.
Miss Parrin and Mrs Rushton are our reception class teaching assistants.
We have had such a busy start to the year so far. We have had lots of fun getting to know each other and getting used to the class and school routines. I am pleased to say that we have settled really well and are beginning to make new friends and develop new interests and skills.
We feel it is really important to work closely with parents and carers in order to support your child's learning and development. If you have any questions or worries, or if you would like to talk to us about your child's progress, please let us know and we can arrange a time to meet for a chat.
Just a few reminders
Doors open at 8.50am for a prompt start to the school day.
The end of the school day is 3.30pm
Could you please ensure that your child has a book bag and that it is brought into school every day. Please make sure that you check their book bag for letters at the end of every day and that you remove any of your child's work. Reading books and log books are to be brought into school each day so that we can read with your children on a regular basis.
Reading: Parents of our reception children are often surprised at their child's sudden enthusiasm for reading and also their new found ability to rea, soon into their reception year. To help this to continue to flourish and grow please try to listen to your child read and to read to them and with them at home as much as possible and we will do the same in school.
PE Please ensure that your child has a PE kit of white t-shirt, black shorts and pumps. This can be brought into school and left on your child's peg. PE will take place every Monday morning.
Toys from home Can I please ask that children do not bring toys into school.
Thank you for your support.
Mrs Sherratt, Miss Barlow, Miss Parrin and Miss Rushton.