On Friday we raised money to help children all over the country for Children In Need.
We participated in some Pudsey Bear activities and wore some fantastic Pudsey bear ears, tops, jumpers and even hair accessories. All money raised by us at St Stephen's goes towards supporting special projects…
Today in Reception we let 'Kindness Fuel Kindness with One Kind Word', to raise awareness of bullying.
All the children wore odd socks to school to show how unique we all are, how different we are and how each of us is special in our own way.
We read books about bullying and discussed how we…
This week in Reception we have been celebrating the Hindu Festival of Light - Diwali.
We participated in some Indian dances wearing traditional Diwali clothing.
We made rockets out of fruit for our snack - they tasted delicious!
We also delved deep into 'Where does light come from?' and the…
During Forest Schools we collected lot's of red berries, black berries, conker shells and leaves.
We then safely used hammers in D.T to hammer these items onto squared pieces of cotton.
We noticed the berries were not the same colour inside. In fact, the red berries were yellow and the black…
In Forest Schools we have begun to explore the forest and the nature it holds.
We have discovered lots of creatures and learnt how to take care of them.
We have investigated different types of bark and the leaves that belong to each type of tree.
We can't wait to do more exploring and learn…
Wow! What a fantastic week we have had in Reception.
Thank you to all of our amazing parents who have helped us make this transition as smooth as possible for the children.
And finally...our journey in Reception begins, keep your eyes peeled for more exciting posts.
Red and green groups had a fab time in the woods! After lots of climbing, swinging, digging and exploring they enjoyed a fruity treat in the Autumn sunshine!
Reception had lots of fun enjoying a cup of hot vimto and a piece of parkin around a little bonfire!!
Today the children kicked,crunched and threw all the lovely colourful leaves. They then made a leaf kebab with some of their favourite leaves. It was quite tricky to not tear the delicate leaves when threading them onto a stick....but they did it!!
It was blue and yellow groups turn to go in the eco garden for Forest School today and it was very muddy indeed!!!!!! Lots of fun and all the boys and girls can't wait to go in our woodland area for even muddier Fun after half term!!!!!
Red and green groups had lots of soggy fun on Friday in the eco garden for the first Forest School session of the new school year!!!!!
The children caught raindrops on their tongues, played hide and seek, met some slithery new friends and had lots of silly fun in the fresh air!!