RECEPTIONMiss R Innes and Mrs. S Brogden
Welcome to the wonderful world of Reception!
Our teachers are Miss Innes and Mrs. Brogden and our Teaching Assistant is Miss Tingle.
We aim to inspire, in every child, a love of learning and enable them to achieve their goals, aspirations, and dreams, by encouraging independence, confidence, and creativity.
We believe that young children learn and develop best in enabling environments, in which their experiences respond to their individual needs, both in the classroom environment and in the great outdoors.
We hope you enjoy looking around our class blog, which is a window into our world and the wonderful things we get up to, please feel free to add any photos or comments you have too!
Our Class Blog
Please click on the link below to view a copy of the Reception class Empire Theatre Visit. Consett Empire Theatre Reception Class 2016read more
You would have found Reception class developing confidence, creativity and communication skills in the great outdoors. The children participated in a number of activities such as owl hide-and-seek, den building and even toasted a marshmallow around a camp fire. It was...read more
Although a small group attended this half term, the team worked really hard to explore practical activities for using and applying numbers and shape. Well done! Look out for more Family Learning next half...read more
Please find attached our newsletter for week beginning 3rd October 2016 week-beginning-3rd-october-2016.read more
As our family learning sessions are coming to an end, we hope you have found them extremely useful. These afternoon activities were to inspire and give you practical ideas ( making games and activities) to encourage using and applying...read more
After a lot of excitement (and a stern tutorial from the pet store...) the fantastic fish finally made it to Reception! We are all enjoying making them welcome in their new home, as well as learning about different types of fish, and how best to care for them.read more
It is summer term! Is it really snowing? Reception children could not wait to get outside and investigate.read more