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Welcome to Reception's class page

Home Learning

Hello Reception


 I am so proud of you all and how well you have completed all of the learning. You have all worked so hard this year, well done to you all. You are all superstars. 
I have made a short video for you to watch and look back at all the great learning we have done in Reception. 
Good luck for Year 1. Have a lovely 6 weeks off and stay safe. I will be supporting the children for the first week in Year 1 to help with transition.  
I will see you all in September.
Miss Gregory
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Home Learning

Here are some activities about transition and moving to Year1. Please read these with your child and talk about how they feel.  There is also an end of  Reception sheet for children to fill in and some end of Reception activities to complete over the summer if you want to. 
If you follow the link https://summerreadingchallenge.org.uk/it will take you to a summer reading challenge with lots of resources to complete. 
Also there will be a page called 'Summer Challenges' on the website if you are looking for activities to do over the summer. If you need anything please just email me hgregory@st-augustines-warrington.co.uk

PE- Sports Week 2020 at home.

Please click on the link  to find out all about Sports Week 2020 at home. Please remember to tweet us @StAugsutinesCPS with all your pictures and scores  I would love to see them. https://st-augustines-warrington.co.uk/warrington/primary/st-augustines/site/pages/hss


school sports week (2)


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Phase 2 Phonics recap


More Home Learning Links

Below are some links for more home learning ideas- Click on the picture and it will take you straight to the website. 
Happy learning. 
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Key Information


  • Snack money is £1.50 a week and should be paid on a Monday morning to the class teacher.
  • All children have a school water bottle in school,  that will be filled up daily.
  • PE will be on a Friday so please make sure that your child has a PE kit in school.

Prime Areas Of Learning

Communication and Language

-Personal, Social, Emotional Development

-Physical Development


We are working really hard with our phonics and sounds. We have been  reading and writing letters to the nig bad wolf. We are trying hard to write cpations and sentences. Please help me at home by orally sounding out words and letting me guess the words. Show me print in the environment.  Read with me and let me retell the story.


EYFS Intent

Meet the team

Welcome to Reception’s class page. Here you will find out loads of information about all the fun things we do in school. As we work as an EYFS unit, your child will work with a range of people. Our class page will be updated throughout the year so please keep checking. We will also be posting all our fun learning on Tapestry. 



Mrs S Molden :   EYFS Lead

                         Nursery Teacher

Miss H Gregory : Reception Teacher

Mrs A  Dutton     : Teaching Assistant 

Mrs K Birks: Teaching Assistant

Mrs R Mchugh Teaching Assistant

Mrs A Howard: Teaching Assistant

Specific Areas of Learning


 - Mathematics

-Expressive Art and Design

- Understanding The World


We are working on recognising numbers to 10 and ordering them. We have been working hard to represent numbers in a range of ways. Help me by counting claps,steps, leaves and different things. Help me recognise numbers in the environment.

Our Early Years Curriculum aims to lay a secure foundation to prepare our children for future learning.  Children engage in learning from the very start and we aim for all our children to leave us as happy, confident and skillful communicators who are curious about the world around them.

Our ethos in Early Years is to support children’s personal, social and emotional development and therefore we provide a high level of well-being to enable the children to be ready to learn. All staff work hard as a team to provide a positive, caring and welcoming atmosphere where the children feel secure.  We respect all families and aim to develop a positive relationship with each one.

We believe that all children deserve to be valued as an individual and we are passionate about enabling all children to achieve their full, unique potential.  With this in mind, we use observations to assess the individual needs of our children.  We then carefully develop our flexible EYFS curriculum that is delivered mainly through a topic based approach and that excites and engages our learners and builds upon their individual needs and interests.All staff work hard as a team to support  all children to meet or exceed our ambitious expectations.

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