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Ruby Class 2015 - 2016





Maths Afternoon

We had a fantastic afternoon exploring what maths looks like in Reception with our families. Thank you to everyone who came and supported the afternoon.





April 2016 

We started off our new class topic by coming to school dressed up. We had a lot of fun sharing our outfits with everyone. Can you guess who we are?



March 2016 

Click here to download or view material for this month's Parents' Evening.


February 2016 

We had a breakfast morning as part of our topic work on 'Goldilocks'. We wore our pyjamas to school and sampled lots of different breakfast foods. It was a lot of fun!



January 2016 

This term our topic is 'Bears'. We started our topic by bringing our special bears from home to school. We loved sharing our bears with our friends and showing them how we learn at school.  



December 2015 

We loved dressing up and taking part in the Christmas concert. 




November 2015 

We went on an Elmer Parade around the school to celebrate 'Elmer Day'. It was a lot of fun!


October 2015 

To finish our Birthday topic, we had a party for our class puppet Blossom. 

Here are some pictures!



 Welcome to Ruby Class. Miss Hunt is our class teacher. Mrs Foster and Mrs Walker also work in Reception class with us each day. Mrs Foster looks after us at lunchtime. 




We have lots of fun each day as we learn new things and explore the world around us. This term our topic is ‘Ourselves’. We will be thinking about starting school, our friends, our families, learning new things, birthdays and celebrations.

 

 Information about the curriculum for parents


In Reception we follow the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS).We teach across 7 areas of learning, as defined in the EYFS framework. We use ongoing observation and assessment in the three prime areas and four specific areas of learning to move the children’s learning forwards.


 Prime areas of learning:

 Communication and Language
• Physical Development
• Personal, Social and Emotional Development


 Specific areas of learning:

• Literacy
• Mathematics
• Understanding the World
• Expressive Arts and Design

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