- Photos from Beaumanor Hall 18th April 2018
- St. George's Day Special Lunch Menu - Monday 23rd April 2018 11th April 2018
- St. Peter's children come Runners-up in 'Name the Gritter' competition 19th January 2018
We are very pleased to welcome you and your child to Reception class and to our very own webpage. On this page you will find lots of information about all of the exciting things that are going on in Reception. Please make sure that visit it regularly to keep up to date with what is happening. You will also be able to access our weekly newsletter via this page.
Our topic for the first half of the Summer Term is 'Groovy Growing'. In this topic we will be looking at how things grown and change over time. We will explore what happens when we plant things, discover how caterpillars change in to butterflies, look at the differences between infant and adult animals, and also identify the different changes that happen to plants and animals throughout the seasons.
We shall also be going on a trip as part of this topic to West Lodge Rural Centre. This is a working farm in Desborough, where the children will be able to take a hands-on approach to exploring life on a farm. We are planning on visiting the centre on Wednesday 23rd May so please look out for a trip letter coming home very soon.
In R.E. we follow the 'Come & See' program which is also followed by other Catholic schools in our diocese.
The 'Come & See' program allows the children to explore the life and teachings of Jesus through Bible stories, discussion, prayer and personal reflection and meditation. As with the rest of our curriculum, we ensure that the delivery of R.E. is through hands-on, play based learning and is presented in a style and manner that is meaningful to the children.
Our first RE topic of the Summer Term is 'Good News,' which is part of the 'Serving' theme.
For Christians, the Gospel is the Good News of God’s love for everyone. at Pentecost, in the gift of the Holy Spirit given for all, Christ’s mission of bringing the Good News was entrusted to the community of believers which is the Church.
Mark 16:20 They went out and proclaimed the Good News everywhere while the Lord worked with them and confirmed the message by the signs that accompanied it.
We were really impressed by your response to our 'Must Do Missions' homework that we launched last term. It was really lovely seeing all of the hard work and dedication that you and your child put into the tasks. You now have a new 'Must Do Missions' sheet in your child's homework book. Remember your child needs to complete at least one of these activities each week. When they have completed an activity sign the corresponding square on the grid and return the homework to us on Tuesday for marking. If your child has sent their homework digitally please write this in their homework book so that Mr. Wright and Mrs. Carter know that it will be in their emails.
We will then have an homework award in class at the end of each term, and any homework completed has the chance to be nominated for the whole school Homework Award that is given out in Achievement Assembly on the first Friday of every month.
(A copy of the homework grid can be accessed by clicking the link below)
Each Friday you will receive a class newsletter letting you know what we have been doing that week, what we plan to do the following week and also any other important dates or information. You can also access a digital copy of this letter by clicking on the link below.
We hope that you have had the chance to look through your child's online learning journey since we gave you your login details at parents evening. (If you were not able to make parents evening please come and see Mr. Wright and Mrs. Carter asap so that we can give you your login details). To make accessing the Early Essence site even quicker there is a link below that will take you straight to the login page. Remember to make sure that you login using the parent area.
We have had lots of parents telling us that their children have lost various pieces of uniform. Please can you check that your child has not brought home a piece of uniform belonging to somebody else by mistake. If they have please return it to school as soon as possible so that we can reunite it with the right owner. As part of developing their maturity we are trying to instill a sense of responsibility in the children by reminding them that they are responsible for any belongings they bring to school, especially uniform. By ensuring that all items belonging to your child are clearly labeled with their name helps to reinforce this feeling of responsibility for the item. It also helps to match the item to the correct child. Don't forget that if your child has lost a piece of clothing that is not in the classroom you can always check the lost property bins which are currently situated in the infant playground. Thank you for your support.
We have started learning our sounds in phonics which will help us with our reading. It has been great to see how many of you have been practising the sound sheets at home.
We follow the Ruth Miskin Read Write Inc. phonics scheme at St. Peter's. Every day your child will learn a new sound based around a fun picture. They will also get the chance to use these sounds when reading with Fred the Frog, and also when writing some simple words. To help your child practice these sounds at home please keep completing the sound sheets that they are getting, but you can also visit the Ruth Miskin website where you will find lots of useful parent resources that you could use at home. Please click on the link below to access the website.
We have looked at our school Mission Statement - God is at the heart of our school. We have thought about how we can live out our Mission Statement in our day to day lives and be part of the St Peter's family. To show that we are going to do our best in living out the Mission Statement we have signed it by drawing a picture of ourselves and writing our names, and then placing these around the Mission Statement.
On Friday 10th November we had a pyjama day when we spent the whole day in our pyjamas! In the afternoon we went and spent some time with our friends in year 5 building dens and sharing stories. We had lots of fun.
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