Welcome to Mrs Bethan Williams’ Reception class page. On this page, news, information and pictures of the busy children in the class will be shared.
There are 24 pupils in our class and two experienced and enthusiastic classroom assistants - Mrs Sarah and Miss Ffion.
In the reception class, the children will learn through purposeful play with diverse, exciting and interesting activities every week. Children also have the opportunity to learn, research and play freely in the outdoor area.
During their time in the reception class, children will make new friends, develop to become independent learners and try diverse and truly enjoyable experiences.
This term, our theme is "All about me' The children will have the opportunity to learn about themselves and others and participate in personal and social activities.
We will also be studying "The Autumn" and of course "Christmas!."
Things to remember in the reception class
Physical education - Every Wednesday you make sure your child has a white t-shirt / blue or black shorts and bag that an be kept in school. Will you please ensure that all garments are clearly labeled with their name on them?
Reading books - Your child's reading bag will be sent home every Friday and needs to be returned to school every Monday. We kindly ask you to write a comment in their reading record after you have listened to them read. THIS WILL BEGIN AFTER CHRISTMAS.
Fruit Money - Children get fruit every morning. We kindly ask you to pay £ 1.00 a week and send it to school in an envelope labeled at the beginning of each half term.
Hot weather - Remember to put a sunscreen on your child's skin in the morning before they come to school. Also please remember they need to wear a sun hat to school in hot weather. Please label each hat and garment clearly with your child's name.
Forest School - Children will be given the opportunity to attend a forest school once a fortnight on Thursday afternoon under the experienced leadership of Mrs Elen Loney. A reminder will be sent home on the afternoon of Wednesday prior to forest school.
Dates to remember