R Oak - Mrs Lavin
Welcome to Reception Oak
Dear Reception Oak Children and Parents
We hope you are all well and keeping safe at home. We were so sad to close our doors on Friday and will miss you all very much, but we hope we can keep you provided with lots of challenges and fun via the website! We are still here and still believe in all of you immensely!
We will update the website each day by 9am and try to provide enjoyable and engaging ways for you to learn at home. Please click on the 'HOME LEARNING' link below to find the daily updates. As much as we hope you enjoy and have a go at these activities, the most important thing is that you look after each other, stay safe and have fun.
All our best
Ms Lavin and Ms Keogh
To find out about what we will be learning about and keep up with our adventures from week to week please click on the sub pages below.
Key information and reminders
SODA - Parents or Carers are invited into class for for relax and read sessions on Mondays and Fridays for the first 10 minutes of the day
PE - Our PE lesson is on a Thursday and kits must be left in school on coat pegs
Library - Parents can change books at any time from our lending library
Mondays - Reading books will be changed (Please read at least 3 times in a week)
Monday to Wednesday - Shooting star books to be returned to school
Wednesday - Yoga session
School Fund - Please can we ask if children would like to make a donation then please put this in a named envelope, this can be given to their class teacher for our class money box.
Reception Key Information
Transition to School
Our aim is to ensure that the children experience a smooth transition and build positive relationships with adults and peers. Learning through play will continue to be an integral part of our school day. The children will also work in groups to promote motivated, enthused and eager learners and have opportunities for independent learning time. We welcome children into school at 8.50 am and school ends at 3.20pm. Many children enjoy the security of a parent coming into the classroom with them, but as soon as they have developed sufficient confidence, it is good to allow them greater independence and say a quick goodbye. As a school we promote reading for pleasure and encourage Parents to stay for relax and read sessions on Mondays and Fridays for the first 10 minutes of the day.