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Saint Peter's CatholicVoluntary Academy

PART OF THE ST. THOMAS AQUINAS CATHOLIC MULTI-ACADEMY TRUST

God is at the heart of our school

Reception

Welcome to Reception 

 

At St Peter’s Primary School, in the Early Years Foundation Stage, the staff work together towards a shared vision. We want our children to be happy confident, well rounded individuals with a love for learning.  We believe in providing all children with a safe and stimulating environment that builds on each individual’s wants, needs and interests. We are committed to a Christian lifestyle; encouraging children to receive Christ into their hearts and minds.

 

We aim for the children at St Peter’s to be:

 

·Happy, secure and to feel safe

·Independent, self-assured risk takers

·Confident and resilient

·Excited and motivated to learn

·Socially strong and able to form positive relationships

·Ready for Year 1 and to access the national curriculum confidently.

·Have a wide vocabulary so that they can flourish academically

 

Your teachers are Mrs Carter (Monday and Tuesday) and Mrs Moreton (Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.)

 

Our very important classroom assistants are Miss Bonshor, Mrs Dewis and Miss White.

 

 

Here you will find lots of information about the exciting learning that will be taking place both indoors and outdoors this term. 

 

Click here for our long term plan for 2021-22...

 

Here are some photographs of our classroom!

R.E.

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.

 

Phonics

 

We follow the Ruth Miskin 'ReadWriteInc' phonics scheme in Foundation Stage. Now that we have learned all our initial sounds, many of us have moved on to reading 'ditties' and writing simple sentences. Some of us are continuing to practise our blending to read and write simple words. Help us at home with the 'words for blending', the 'alien words' and the reading books we bring home. 

 

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.

An introduction to Read Write Inc for parents

Mathematics

 

 

  • We use White Rose Mathematics in order to encourage mathematical awareness and understanding through enjoyable, game based learning. 
  • We aim to give children a secure foundation in mathematics and ensure they're prepared for Year 1 with a selection of creative, free-flow, and adult-led activities and games. We focus on concrete or 'doing' maths before moving to representational and abstract mathematics. 

Have You Registered Your Child For School Milk Yet?

Milk is free at school until your child turns 5.

After this time you can pay for your child
to continue having it.
You MUST register if you wish your child to have milk whether it is free or paid for.
You can register using this link:

http://www.coolmilk.com/

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