Takeover day

Today Rose was Miss Mason for the day. She led a maths session where they had to work out how many children were here today, she read them a story and coordinated all the children for lunch. She learnt how to help reception children learn whilst in provision. This is what she had to say about being Miss Mason for the day “I think being a reception teacher is very hard and complicated. You have to think of lots of different ways to keep them on task. I’ve enjoyed it because it’s very fun. The highlight for me today was helping the children play in provision. At carpet time I had to ask them to show five and use an assertive voice. You have to be confident to be a reception teacher.” 



Don’t forget to bring 50p tomorrow if you would like to buy a copy of the Yorskshire Evening Post which features our class photo in the Leeds new starters pull out. Maximum of 1 copy per child as we have only had the exact number of newspapers delivered, if we still have some newspapers left towards the end of the week we will then open those up to anyone who would like another copy. 

Miss Mason shared with the class that she has a memory box from when she was little and in it she keeps very special items. Why not start to make your own memory box and put in your first ever class photo? You could decorate an old shoe box to make it your own! When you are a grown up they are really lovely to look back over and remember special times by. 


Harvest 2015!

What an overwhelming response we have had to our Harvest donations this year. From the bottom of our heart we send you a humongous thank you for being the change you want to see in the world! 

Thanks to YOU, many, many families will feel the love this Harvest time by receiving your donations. 

What a huge impact working together has on our local communities. 


We are looking forward to welcoming Rev Dave and Rev Sharon with us tomorrow to celebrate Harvest Festival in an extended collective worship in school.

Miss Mason 



Read Write Inc Phonics 

We have learnt the following sounds: m, a, s, d, t, i, n, p, g, o, c, k, u, b 

Look out for all these sounds when you are out shopping on signs, food, books, newspaper etc. 

Weekend blog challenge: Can your child find 5 items in the supermarket with a ‘b’ on them? Comment on here which 5 items you found so that we can share them at snack time on Monday. House points for all those who accept the challenge and comment on here with their 5 ‘b’ words. 
These are the green words we are practising sounding out in school and blending e.g. P-i-n blended together makes pin. Show your grown up how good you are at blending!