Crowle C of E First School

Crowle C of E First School

Caring. Confident. Committed to Learning.

School Lane, Crowle, Worcester WR7 4AT

office@crowle.worcs.sch.uk

01905 381206

Reception

We have been exploring the different coins to see how they are all different. We can recognise lots of them now!

We have been exploring the feel and texture of different objects to expand our vocabulary. 

Reception Class News

Welcome to Reception's class page!

 

Our class teacher is called Mrs A Roberts and our teaching assistant is Miss P Simpson.

Mrs L Lindsay teaches Reception on a Monday. 

 

Autumn Term 2019 Timetable

Autumn Term 2019 Homework

 EYFS Common Exception Words

Take a look at what we got up to on World Book Day by clicking here.

Reception had a fabulous time at Smart Trees despite the muddy conditions. We were lucky to meet Santa's Reindeer and Father Christmas himself!

This week we are acting out Christmas experiences with our friends!

We helped decorate our school Christmas Tree!

This week we have been practicing our cutting skills!

We have been comparing the length and height of objects around our school, and we have started to use non-standard measures. We really enjoyed measuring the length of our Football Pitch!

Children regularly take part in Finger Gym to develop control and coordination with equipment and tools!

Our first Music Lesson!

This term we have enjoyed going down to Forest School to explore, climb, build, and learn about nature!

We went with Reverend David Morris to look around Crowle Church which we belong to. We found lots of crosses which represents Christianity!

Our class trip to Smite Farm! We had lots of fun using our senses.

On Thursday Miss Morris and Year 3/4 invited us to test their magnetic games.  We had lots of fun playing them.

The Year 3/4 children created games for us to play, based on magnets.  We really enjoyed going up to their classroom, to play their games!  We like to all work together at Crowle.

   Spring Term 2020

We have been using our 'listening ears' to find different sounds around our school. We have then used this to write some sentences about what we heard.

 

 

   Summer Term 2020

Have a look at what we've been up to this term.

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