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Read, Write, Inc.

Read Write Inc. is a phonics based programme which helps children learn to read whilst also developing a wide range of vocabulary and encouraging a love of reading.

More information can be found below:

Lessons available on YouTube:

High Frequency Words ("Tricky Words")

There are 100 words that come up in reading most often and these are called ‘high frequency words’. Some of these words are ‘tricky’ words (said) that you can’t sound out. Other words are words you can sound out (and), but the children need to be able to recognise them straight away.

In Autumn term, we will start introducing the words.
In Spring term, we will be focussing on being able to read all of the words.
In the Summer term, we will be focussing on writing these words and using them in sentences.

 Please see the lists below so that you can help your child learn them at home:

HFW list 1a
HFW list 1b


This term we will be focusing on:

-Number’s in the environment
-Number’s which are special to us

Recognising numbers 0-10
Understanding the concept of the numbers 0-10
Being able to select 0-10 objects from a larger group
Seeing that 0-10can represent actions as well as physical objects
One more and one less 0-10
-Addition and subtraction to 10

-Coins 1p, 2p, 5p and 10p

-Shapes with 0-10 sides

-Height, weight and length

At home you can support your child by encouraging them to spot numbers and shapes in the environment!


Learn its and CLIC Challenges are tested every week. The completed challenge will be sent home so the children can work on any mistakes ready for the next week.

Physical Education

Reception Class PE is on a Monday Afternoon and a Friday Morning.



Cosmic Kids Yoga- 

Andy’s Work Outs- 


Just dance The King of the Jungle- 



Forest School

Forest School – every Thursday afternoon. 



Supporting your child at home:

 Can you go on a walk in a local forest and explore the area? 


What birds can you spot?


Learn about birds on the RSPB website:


Every activity provides a learning opportunity, even simple things like:

• splashing in puddles
• rolling in leaves
• catching rain on a tarpaulin
• building a snow slide

• drying mud out in the sun until it cracks
• sliding down a mud slide
• making mud pies
• looking for worms
• painting on a leaf…

As you can imagine the list of activities at forest school is endless! 

Outdoor at home Challenge: 


Make a den at home in your garden…