Thursday, 19 July 2018

Nursery Graduation 2018


Thank you to all of the parents/carers who were able to attend the Nursery graduation. Here is the video if you would like to re-live the moments! 
"If you can dream it, you can do it"



Tuesday, 17 July 2018

Reception Picnic 17th July 2018



A big thank you to all of the parents who attended the end of year Reception picnic.  We had a lovely time.  The children enjoy this event each year and its a great opportunity for the Reception Team to say goodbye and good luck to the children and their families.


Your children have been a pleasure to teach and will be missed.



Monday, 16 July 2018

Reception Newsletter 16.07.18

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Term: Summer 2                     Date: 16.07.18

Dear Parents,

This week the children will be reading ‘Sally and the Limpet’ and carrying out various related seaside activities.

We look forward to seeing you at the picnic tomorrow -
Tuesday 17th July at 12-1pm.
This is an opportunity for us to draw the Reception Year to a close. Please remember to bring your picnic lunch.

We hope you and your children have enjoyed their first year at school as much as we have and we look forward to watching them progress through Broadford Primary School.  Have a lovely Summer break!
      
Dates for your diary
     The school will be closed on the following days for pupils:
      INSET Days (Non Pupil Days)
      Friday 20th July

If you would like to contact a member of the EYFS team via email the address   is eyfs@broadford.havering.sch.uk
      Kind regards              

     The Reception Team



Wednesday, 11 July 2018

Buried Treasure!

Reception have been busy this week making their own treasure maps using the age old tradition of tea bags to make them look old! First they started by drawing their maps, and marking where the treasure was hidden with and ‘X marks the spot’. They also labelled some key features and some children even included a compass. Next they screwed up their maps carefully, there was a few shocked faces at this part. Finally they painted the crumpled maps with tea bags to give them that old weathered affect. The results were pretty impressive.

As the children made their maps there was much discussion over what features were on their desert islands and the route you needed to take to successfully rescue the treasure. Let’s hope these maps stay hidden from the rouge pirates that kidnapped the class bears on Monday! 


“I’ve drawn a cave here, you have to creep through it.” Maysa 
“Past the trees and over the river.” Varvara 
“These tea bags make it look really old and wrinkly!” Olivia 

Fine Motor Football!

Reception have been putting their fine motor skills to the test this week as they played finger football. The game took a lot of control and communication between team mates. Strengthening the fine motor muscles in our fingers and hands is crucial to being able to hold a pencil correctly and to form letters and write. It is amazing to see how much this has developed in everyone since September. As the children played there was lots of discussion about the world cup. They also discussed which team they were on, which player they wanted to be as well as keeping track of the scores. It will be of no surprise that everyone wanted to play for England, and that we won every game!


“Goal! I scored again! We beat Sweden at the weekend.” Lucas 
“This is really tricky.” Ellie-Jane 
“I played football with my cousins on Sunday, I won!” Finley 




Reception Go Bonkers 2018

The Reception children had a fantastic time celebrating our annual Bouncy Castle Day - Go Bonkers! Congratulations to all of those children who managed to score over 96% with their attendance and got to enjoy an extra bouncing session!


Monday, 9 July 2018

Pirate invasion!

Today reception had a shock when they discovered that their bears and monkeys had been taken hostage by the pirates! Luckily the pirates left a trail of clues around the school to help the children work out where to find their beloved class mascots.



We followed the clues past the apple trees, the basketball hoops, the gym, the sandpit, the library and back into our own classrooms!



Nathaniel: "Look another clue!"






Faizah: "We can use our phonics to read it!"



Aksanan: "It's cheeky monkey!"



Will the bears ever come back from the pirates or have they been forced to walk the plank? Watch this space to find out the next instalment in the hostage saga!