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Ash Blog - Reception

Potion making

Friday 2nd December 2022

Ash class have been making some wonderful potions, which the children were inspired to do, after reading about the witch in 'The Jolly Postman'. Looks like the children had lots of messy fun!




Perfecting our computing skills

Thursday 17th November 2022

Ash class are becoming more confident when using a keyboard, controlling a mouse and logging onto the computer. We are super proud of their progress and the children love using the computers.





Friday 4th November 2022

Ash class have been celebrating the fireworks season by creating their own firework pictures. Wow! They look amazing and very realistic.

Please take care over the weekend, when seeing fireworks. Remember the safety tips from Fireman Sam and stay safe!

Stay and Play

Thursday 20th October 2022

It has been a real pleasure seeing so many parents come in, this week and learn about all the activities we are using to help develop each child's fine and gross motor skills. Thank you for all who attended and do not worry, if you could not make it this time. There will be another opportunity in the future. We hope you all enjoyed yourselves. We loved showing you our learning!



Monday Autumn Walk- Friday 7th October 2022

This week, Ash class, went on a lovely Autumn hunt. Can you guess what we collected on our travels? We had lots of fun spotting objects and colours outside


Rock Steady Music Assembly- Thursday 29th September 2022

Ash and Beech class joined year 1 and 2 during a special assembly today. The assembly was about the new club starting, after school, called Rock Steady Music. Some children from all year groups were able to take part and play the instruments on display. One of our very own Reception children got a chance to play the electric guitar.


Remembering the Queen and our Family Tree- 16th September 2022

Ash class have been very busy settling and exploring their new classroom. They had lots of fun decorating our family tree and creating flowers to remember Queen Elizabeth 11.