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Year RNH

Jesus said, " I have come in order that you may have life-life in all its fullness".

                                                                                                       John 10:10



Class Teacher: Mrs Halligan


Teaching Assistants: Mrs Wood and Miss McFarlane

Management and PPA Cover Teacher: Ms Blair  (Thursday)

PE Teacher: Mr Stevenson (Friday AM) 

Speech and Language Intervention: Mrs Babcock



Christian Value


Our value for this half term is FRIENDSHIP. 


We will be adding to our Values tab, how we are exploring how that looks in our school and how we can live it out in our lives, as Jesus taught us to.

Daily Timetable

School starts at 8.45 am

Lunch 12:00pm - 1:00pm

School finishes at 3.15 pm



Tuck costs £10 per term. This should be paid for through Parent Pay.   


Children in Reception receive a free piece of fruit every day


Children will be given a free drink of milk with their snack every day until they reach the age of five.


Water Bottles

Please bring a water bottle to school every day.  We are a healthy school and bottles should contain water only.



Every Friday morning with Mr Stevenson. Please ensure all items of PE clothing are named.  PE bags will be left in the classroom and taken home each half-term holiday for a good wash!


Our Reception topics this year are:

Autumn One


Autumn Two

Transport and Journeys

Spring One

Polar Lands

Spring Two

Down on the Farm

Summer One

Walking through the Jungle

Summer Two

Under the Sea

Welcome to Reception!


We have had a lovely first couple of weeks. The children have come in every day with smiles on their faces and ready to learn!  Thank you for all your support in helping your children to settle. 

 We hope you find the information on this page useful.  If you have any questions or concerns do ask a member of staff, we are always happy to talk and to support you. 



Autumn One Knowledge Organiser 'Ourselves'