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Reception - Château de Chambord   

Our class name is Château de Chambord. Château de Chambord is an extraordinary castle known for its grandeur.  It was built by King Francis I of France in the 16th century. Our class name will be the inspiration for our learning while we get to know your children and settle them in. We will be reading the story “The Paper Bag Princess” by Robert Munsch; a not so traditional story of a Princess rescuing a Prince from a nasty dragon who destroyed her castle. During story time we will be learning about concepts of print as well as the three ways to read a book: read the words, read the pictures and retell the story. We will be exploring our various construction materials to build our own grand castles, role playing life in a castle, decorating crowns and even sculpting dragons with playdough!

Learning Overview 

 

 

Home Learning                          

Please continue to support your child at home by reading and sharing stories everyday, visit your local library to explore stories about creatures that live under the sea. Talk to your children about our topic and encourage them to think about what their favourite sea creature is? Where does it live? Have you been to the beach before? What would you need to take with you?

Red Ted

Read Every Day, Talk Every Day

To encourage a greater focus on reading at home, the Early Years at Holy Trinity is introducing what we hope will prove to be a highly motivational scheme called RED TED.

RED TED is an acronym for children Reading Every Day with their parent or carer and then Talking Every Day about what they have read.

Please click on the Red Ted for more information

Phonics

Please find below the resources that were used and handed out in our recent Phonic Workshop for parents. We hope that you find them useful. 

Phonics for Parents Powerpoint

Phonic Phases Parent Information Leaflet

Letter Formation Handout

Useful Websites 

Here are some helpful websites to help your child with Phonics at home. 

Here is a useful website to help your child continue their learning at home. Have you tried 'Count with Lecky', 'Dressing Lecky' and 'Lecky's Friends'? 

http://www.crickweb.co.uk/Early-Years.html