At South Pennine Academies, we want every student to have the best possible chance to
achieve in school. Stronger partnerships with families, local businesses, community
agencies and universities are essential as we focus on improving student outcomes.
Welcome to Reception's class page. here you will find lots of useful information of all the exciting things we do and learn in our class.
Reading in Reception
At Willowpark, we want all our children to begin their reading journey with confidence, develop a love of reading and apply their skills to writing.
Each term we carefully select books that will engage and excite the children.
Reception Authors and Key Texts
Click on the links below to see animated, read -aloud versions of our key texts
Look at how much fun we have role playing our on stories
Reading at home
Reading with your child regularly at home is essential to practise and apply their phonics knowledge as well as helping to develop their understanding of a range of texts. hen your child is ready, they will bring home a decodable reading book to read with an adult each night for a minimum of five minutes.
Your child will also bring home a library book each week as reading for pleasure is also essential too! We want to create learners who read for pleasure. Reading to your child models phonics and reading skills and helps them to understand how stories are structured. It also a lovely activity to do with your child and is enjoyable for all involved.
Please ensure your child's reading book is in school every day.
Top tips/Activities to support reading at home.
Reception Nursery Rhyme Focus
These are the nursery rhymes that we will focus on in Reception
Each term , we aim to provide a session for parents to come into school to work with their child on a variety of learning tasks. This could include reading, phonics, writing or maths sessions. This is great way for parents to get involved in their child's learning and to pick up some top tips as to ho they can support their child at home.
WellComm - Communication & Language
Health and Wellbeing
Importance of play
Helping your child to sleep
For more information and support, you can contact your GP or the School Nurse.
Click on the links below to visit these useful websites at home.