Reception

17Jan

Story Fun In Reception

The Reception children this week have been focusing on story narratives. The children have been encouraged to create their own stories using their imaginations with the help of stimulative provisions in class. They made a story road map, tried story scribing, acted on the amphitheatre, read in the dark tent, made magic wands and painted story stones. It has been a fun week. Like this:Like Loading...

09Jan

New Year’s Resolutions

This week the children in Reception have been thinking about what they would like to learn this term and/or what they would like to improve at. These are their resolutions: (looks like the Reception and Specialist teachers are going to be busy! 🙂   Reception Flame Tree I want to get better at doing more beautiful art. I want to get better at doing climbing wall. I want to get better at playing football. I want to get better at art. I want to get better at...

13Dec

It Has Been A Christmassy Week.

The Christmas period is without a doubt one of the most wonderful times of the year! In Reception, this Christmas has been particularly magical!  First of all, we had our Early Years Nativity play ( The Magical Christmas Journey) where all the children participated, showing confidence and wonderful communication skills.  It was amazing and we are so proud of the children. We also joined the rest of the school for a Christmas lunch, enjoyed a special Christmas craft day and had...

26Nov

Lunchtime at Ambrosoli

Lunchtimes at Ambrosoli are always one of our favourite parts of the day! In Reception we go over to the lunch area at 12.15, put our mats and bottles down, then line up and choose the food we would like to have for lunch that day. There are always two different choices (one meat, one vegetarian), as well as salad or vegetables, and we have a four week menu which means every day in the month it’s a different type...

22Nov

Wall Climbing

One of the fun activities Reception enjoys at school is wall climbing. Without their knowledge, the children develop muscle strength, hand and eye coordination, confidence, self-esteem, and spatial awareness through wall climbing. There is always that huge sense of accomplishment and pride whenever the children reach their set goals. We have noticed a huge improvement in children’s determination, resilience and the ability to climb. Have a glimpse of their portrayed skills. Like this:Like

15Nov

Reception loves Ambrosoli!

There are so many things the Reception children love about Ambrosoli. Here are a few of them: “I love playing around the whole school.” “I love doing PE because it’s so fun.” “I love to play with swing and slide.” “I love to play games like pirate games and animal games, and I love to do puzzles.” “I love reading books.” “I love going to the climbing wall because I’m learning how to climb.” “I love the toys, I love my teachers and I love my cubby.” “I...

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