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Shropshire Star First Class Supplement

We wanted to share the latest correspondence from the Shropshire Star with a reminder of the deadline and details of how you can purchase a copy of the Shropshire Star featuring a photo of the children.

“Just a quick reminder for your parents who wish to order copies of the Shropshire Star ‘first day at school’ supplement which will be published on the 29th November 2023.

The deadline to pre-order copies online at  is 11pm on Sunday 26th November. Alternatively, orders can be placed with one of our team on 0800 174 064, the deadline for telephone orders is Saturday 25th November when our call centre closes at 12 noon.

Copies can be purchased on the day at local retail outlets at full cover price.

Julie Levitt

Central Support Services Manager”
Thank you for your continued support.



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In our class we have 18 Reception children.

Our class teachers are Mrs Aguayo (Monday and Tuesday) and Mrs Edwards (Wednesday-Friday). We are supported by Mrs Mottram and Mrs Summerfield.

Green Overview 2023-24

PE Days

PE for this half term will be on a Thursday. Children can come to school in their PE kit on this day. Our first PE session will be on Thursday 14th September.


Forest School

Forest School will be on a Tuesday afternoon. Reception children will be at Forest School on alternate weeks for this term. The first Forest School session will be on Tuesday 12th September.

Please make sure your child has a full waterproof and a pair of wellies in school to ensure they are fully equipped for their first session.

Children can come to school in black or school joggers on this day with either their usual school jumper or PE hoody.


Phonics and Home Reading

All children in Green class access a Read Write Inc phonics session daily. In accordance with the RWI guidance, every Wednesday, children will be set an e-book online via the Oxford Owl website, they will also be sent home with a corresponding book in their book bag.

Below are a few useful videos and links to help you read with your child at home.

Read Write Inc Parent Website

Read Write Inc. Phonics: an overview by Ruth Miskin

Parent video: How to say the sounds

Parent video: What is Read Write Inc Phonics

Parent video: Introduction to daily Read Write Inc Phonics lessons

Parent video: Listening to your child read

Parent video: 10 things to think about when you read to your child

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Home Learning 10.03.23

Good morning everyone,

I have outlined some activities for your children to complete at home today. Please email me if you have any questions or would like to share your child’s work.

Reception Maths

Reception have been looking at time this week. To continue their learning children could complete one or all of the following activities:

  1. Use a timer to see how many activities you can complete in 30 seconds. It could be star jumps, throwing balls into a target, name writing.
  2. Create an obstacle course and use a stop watch to time how long it take you to complete.
  3. Look at this days of the week song and see if you can remember the order.

Year 1 Maths

Year 1 have just started looking at measuring length and height. We have compared the length/height if items around school using the language of taller/shorter and longer/shorter. To progress children’s learning they could use non-standard units to measure different items around the house. You could use pasta shapes, cubes, bricks, anything you can find as long as they are the same size. Compare the items using the appropriate language.


Reception English

Reception have been creating their own fact files about dinosaurs this week. They learnt how to use a contents page to find the information they needed before using their phonic knowledge to record facts.

Children could choose a dinosaur to research and create a new fact file to share with their friends next week.

Year 1 English

Year 1 are building up to writing a diary entry next week. For today’s learning they could write a diary entry all about their time at home over the past 2 days. We have looked at using the words and, but and so to join sentences together. We have also looked at using a time adverbial (later that day, in the morning) to give more information about when the activities happened.


Children should be reading their Read Write Inc phonics book and discussing the questions at the back of the book to develop their understanding of the story.


Stay safe and I hope you all have a lovely day.

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Class Spellings Open this to see the latest spellings

Year 1 Spelling w/c 3.06.23

This week’s spellings are completing our spelling of the days of the week.





Spelling Test: Friday 7th June 2023

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