Reception Autumn Term Week 2

The children have all completed their first full week at Pope Paul School and have been very busy making friends and learning the every day class and whole school routines. They have spent the week focussing on the story ‘Owl Babies’ and learning about nocturnal animals.

Reception have also been learning all about Learning Power and have been introduced to the different Learning Power characters and what they represent. We have already had Reception children demonstrating resilience, reflectiveness and team work in their learning this week. Next week, the whole school will be focussing on how we can all be resilient learners.

The children had a very exciting end to the week, as they got to meet their Year 6 learning partner!

You are warmly invited to attend our  Beginning of School Mass on Tuesday 17th September at 9.30am, where the children will be individually welcomed to the school community. There will also be the opportunity after to stay for a cup of tea and to meet with Mrs Heymoz to share your views on the aims of the learning opportunities we offer. We look forward to seeing you there.

Wishing you all a wonderful weekend!

The Reception Team

5 replies
  1. Herbies mum
    Herbies mum says:

    We are so excited and delighted to have Samuel as Herbies reading partner! I know they will be a great Hope the children had a fabulous first week. I did meet a ‘spiderman’ at the gates so looks like they are having lots of fun! x

    • Colette- Samuels’ mum
      Colette- Samuels’ mum says:

      Sam is really excited to be reading with Herbie!
      I’m sure they will both have loads of fun together. Can’t wait to listen to their funny stories. Xx

  2. Oliver's Mum (Lydia)
    Oliver's Mum (Lydia) says:

    It is so lovely to see all the children looking so settled and happy. Oliver has been so excited to go back after the weekend for his first whole week at school.
    He was chuffed to bits with having met his reading partner too and cant wait to meet him again!


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