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RECEPTION

AUTUMN TERM 1, 2021

This half term our topic is ‘What do I know about me?' and we are looking forward to sharing our super 'Marvellous Me' boxes that we filled over the holidays. Children will be talking about themselves, their likes and dislikes, what they are good at and their families. Their friends will be practising their good listening skills as we share our boxes. In Art we will be creating self-portraits using different materials and looking carefully at ourselves to check our eye, hair and skin colour.  

In Science this half term we are thinking about our bodies and our senses. During the term we will also be thinking about good hygiene and learning how to wash our hands properly.  

As we take part in our Harvest celebrations we will be reading ‘Rosie’s Walk’ and 'The Little Red Hen' and baking our own bread. 

AUTUMN TERM 2, 2021

The title for this half term is ‘Who are the famous characters inside my fairytales?’ We will be reading Little Red Riding Hood and retelling the story in our role play areas and on our storymaking tables. In geography we will be drawing maps of Little Red Riding Hood's route as well as making maps of the route to our own Wild Garden. On our science areas we will be investigating, sorting and describing different materials and also using magnets. 

Another key text for this term is ‘The Naughty Bus’. As well as using the bus in literacy and geography as he travels around school, we will also be using the bus in History as we compare modern and old objects describing how they are similar and different. In the workshop we will be making our own buses using box construction. Our artist in focus this year is Vincent Van Gogh and we will begin learning about him by looking at his 'Starry Night' painting and creating our own versions. 

As the term draws to an end we will be learning the Christmas Story through role play, books and our storymaking tables. As always we look forward to making lots of Christmas crafts and learning some Christmas songs for our concert too. 

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