Welcome to Reception! Where Miss Tuck is Red Class teacher and Mrs Tuck (Mon-Wed) and Mrs Lowe (Thur-Fri) are Purple Class teachers. Our children learn through active, collaborative and independent enquiry. We also have Miss James, Miss Pettyfer and Mrs Kirkhy as our classroom assistants.
The children engage in a fully interactive indoor and outdoor learning environment where their own initiated play is supported and extended through adult interaction. We actively encourage children to be independent and take control of their own learning. Our children are immersed in an enabling classroom that nurtures the characteristics of effective learning allowing them to play and explore, actively learn, and create and think critically.
- 26/06/19We had a great sports day last week. The children enjoyed taking part in all the different events. The sunshine even stayed out for us. Well done to the overall winning team – Ewell!Read Full Story
Hampton Court PalaceWe've had an incredibly creative start to our half term following our trip to Hampton Court Palace.Read Full Story
Easter Pause DayOn Wednesday morning, the school enjoyed an Easter Service at St Matthew's Church, with the Bible Club leading in the worship by telling the Easter story.Read Full Story
Wild at HeartThe children all enjoyed a wonderful morning down on the meadow for 'Wild at Heart Week'.Read Full Story
Choo Choo PeopleThis week in Forest School we visited the Choo Choo Peoples Village.Read Full Story
World Book DayEveryone looked brilliant dressed as their favourite book characters!Read Full Story
Nature ArtDuring Forest School this half term, we have been exploring the artwork of Andy Goldsworthy.Read Full Story
Shrove TuesdayOn Shrove Tuesday the children opened up their very own Pancake Shop. They created shop signs, menus with price lists, and even a few posters warning their customers of the 'hot pancakes'.Read Full Story
Forest SchoolReception are really enjoying going to Forest School. We have been learning the Forest School rules and exploring our school meadow. We have been making bird feeders, dens, houses, rockets, boats the list goes on! We even found a suspected dinosaur bone...Read Full Story
Stick StoriesAfter reading Stanley's Stick in class, we all thought of the ways you could use your imagination in nature.Read Full Story
Lest We ForgetThis week we have been thinking about the poppy and it's significance to Remembrance Sunday. We discussed how this year's Armistice Day was particularly important as it marked 100 years since the end of the First World War. In class, the children have been painting...Read Full Story
Settling into ReceptionThe children have really enjoyed their first few weeks in Reception, settling into their new environment and establishing new friendships. They are becoming familiar with our daily routines whilst engaging in child initiated learning through play, based on their own interes...Read Full Story