St Michael's C of E Primary Academy

Welcome to our Reception page.

Reception Noticeboard

We're enjoying seeing all of the work you've been sending in.  It's great to see you are keeping busy whilst staying safe at home.

Keep checking the Home Learning area of the website for more activity ideas and lessons. 

https://www.stmich21.bham.sch.uk/homelearning

Please send your work to receptionteacher@stmich21.bham.sch.uk  and Mrs Balmforth will reply to you.

So many of you are using Oxford Reading Buddies for the children to read at home.  Be sure to get in touch if you mislay your password.

Reception have Spellings!

New for this week - Monday 6th July.

Parents: please use your QR code in  your email to log onto Readiwriter where you will find some cool activities to help you practise.

Set 1:   jog  jam  vat  vet  will  web  wax  fix  tax  mix 

Set 2:   surf  turf  urn  hurt  turn  burp  burn  hurl  curl  curt

Set 3:   that  with  all  we  can  are  up  had  my  her

If you're at home - maybe you could give yourself a mini test on Friday. 

We have a new Certificate of Achievement winner!

Friday 3rd July

A thoroughly deserves to win the certificate.

She has been busy reading throughout the entire lockdown and working hard on her lessons at home!

Well Done!  

Well take a look at some of Reception's work from week beginning Monday 1st June.

We wrote instructions for handwashing and practised using the correct words to compare measurements. Great job Reception!

This is our work from the week beginning Monday 18th May.

We've been busy keeping up with our phonics, practising counting in 2's and finding odd and even numbers. We've also made some splendid story maps and sentences based on the tale of Goldilocks and the Three Bears.

Wow! What a brilliant week we've had. We've been story telling, practising our sounds and tricky words, writing sentences as well as doubling, halving and using teen numbers. Phew! Lots of great work being sent in from our amazing reception children.

Week beginning Monday 11th May

Accessing your child's learning journey online.

info coming soon

Home Project

We’d also love the children to create a mini-project entitled ‘All About Me!’  This could be a collection of drawings, photographs, magazine cuttings, small items, leaflets etc placed into a cardboard box or scrapbook.  Your child could choose things that they can talk about that reflect themselves such as

  • Family members - birthdays/weddings/special celebrations
  • Items they had when they were a baby/toddler
  • Their favourite toys, colours, tv/cartoon characters, foods.
  • Special places they visit in the local area.

It would be wonderful to see the children sharing these with their teachers and friends. It will be fun for them to learn more about each other as individuals.