We love being awarded for our efforts and punctuality in reception.
Just look at our super stars this week. Well done to the golden ticket winners for being in early before the school bell and to our pupil of the week and presentation of the week pupils for their beautiful letter formation and 100% effort in phonics!
In maths this week we have been learning about data handling. We have made some tally charts to show our favourite foods, created pictograms to show our favourite pets and bar charts to show our favourite school lunches! Mrs Evans was so impressed with how wonderful our data handling was. "We are experts" the children told her and she agreed!
Reception are enjoying their underwater topic. This week we learnt some facts about sharks. Did you know...
Sharks do not have a single bone in their bodies. Instead they have a skeleton made up of cartilage.
Sharks have outstanding hearing. They can hear a fish thrashing in the water from as far as 500 metres away!
A pup (baby shark) is born ready to take care of itself. The mother shark leaves the pup to fend for itself and the pup usually makes a fast get away before the mother tries to eat it!