Weekly Stars


Our Stars have been shining brightly again this week!

Lola and Connie were the stars of the week.


Finley and Caspar were selected for the lunchtime awards.


In the Presentation Parade showing everyone their amazing work was Finley and Kyle.


Elsie was awarded her Silver.


Layla was awarded her Gold.


Well Done everyone!


Weekend Challenge

This week we have been looking at Ladybirds and we have learned all about their life cycle. The children have been extending their vocabulary and knowledge using words such Lavae and Pupa.

The challenge this weekend is to see if you can find any Ladybirds at the various stages of their Lifecycle in your garden or in the surrounding area. After hunting around the playground today we found 12 which we are hoping to watch hatch into Ladybirds.

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If you find any please attach a photo to Tapestry so we can share with the rest of the class.

Have a great weekend!

Half Term Challenge


Well it’s half term already, so we thought we would have a few challenges for you to choose from. If you can please upload any photos or videos on to Tapestry

1.  Try a new sport

2.  Have your own teddy bear’s picnic

3.  Practice writing your teen numbers

4.  Roll two dice and add the numbers together

5.  Go on a caterpillar hunt

6.  Play catch

7.  Feed the ducks

8.  Make a model out of junk

9. How many objects can you find that start with the first letter of your name. Can you make a list?

10.  Write in your news book

Reception Staff would like to wish you all a very happy and safe half term holiday.

We look forward to seeing you all on Monday 12th June for another very busy half term.

Healthy Action Week

What a very busy week we have had. Lots of fun, friends and learning!

We have looked at which foods are healthy and which are unhealthy but are ok to have as treats. We then did some amazing writing!


We now know all about GERMS! How they are invisible and why we need to wash our hands after going to the toilet and before eating. We even got some germs that we could see just so that we could make sure we could wash our hands really well.


We are all ‘fang’tastic at brushing our teeth. We all knew that we need to brush them first thing in the morning and before you go to bed each night.

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Remember to keep Healthy, Active and Happy!

Stars of the Week

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It’s that time of the week again, we’re are seeing stars everywhere!

Our stars of the week are Megan and Benjamin.


Lunchtime awards went to Maxwell and Savannah.


In the presentation parade showing everyone their amazing writing was Elsie and Lewis.


Silver awards went to Lewis, Chase and Grace.


Gold awards went to Lewis, Stanley and Gracie.


Well Done Everyone, keep shining bright!





Teddy Bears’ Picnic

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What a Fabulous day to have a Teddy Bears’ Picnic!

Our friends from other local schools in Hyde joined us this afternoon for a walk then we all went onto the wild side.

We sat with our  own schools while we had drinks and cakes before having a wonderful time playing and exploring the wildside, showing our new friends the delights of the log piles and bug hotels, willow tunnel and swings just to mention a few of the things we got up to.

A man from the newspaper was there to capture the highlights of the day so please watchout for the article in the Tameside Reporter.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank all the schools who attended along with all their children, staff and helpers aswell as our own parents/carers in helping to make this afternoon a memory that will last a lifetime.



Activity Afternoon

What a wonderful afternoon for our activity day. The weather was just right, not too hot and not too cold.

Thank you to all the parents/carers and other relatives who came to watch and give their support for our afternoon.

Well done to all the children who were so enthusiastic, had a go at everything and were very well behaved, we were all very proud of you!

Take a look at the photos and see if you can spot yourself.

Weekend Challenge

Please continue to add photographs of the children reading their favourite book in an unusual or comfy place.

We will be using the pictures to create a display in our reading area.

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Sharing your favourite childhood story with your child is a great way of introducing different stories and helping them to develop a love of reading!

What was your favourite story as a child? Mine was The Tiger Who Came To Tea by Judith Kerr.