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Acorns - Reception


Teacher- Mrs Mitchell

Name: Mrs Mitchell

Likes: Travelling, going out for meals, and spending time with family and friends.

Dislikes: Bad weather.

Hobbies: Going to the gym, watching motoGP and visiting the Isle of Man TT.

Favourite film: Beauty and the beast (both versions!)

Favourite book: The BFG, oh and Guy Martin's Autobiography

Favourite food: Steak with peppercorn sauce.

Favourite subject: Sport

If you weren’t a teacher what would you be and why? A travel writer because I like travelling the world and I'd like to  share my experiences.



Below are links to the our new Mental Maths Passports for children in Reception.


Stage a British Isles

- Stage b British Isles 

Stage R Europe

Curriculum Overview

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Our class blog


This week in Acorns

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In Maths this week we are starting to learn about money.  We are learning to use the correct language (coins, notes, pennies, pounds, how much, cost, etc).

Our book this week is The Little Red Hen.  We have read the book and have been retelling the story using lots of actions.

We are going to be making bread in Topic as we a learning about changes.  We have talked about reversible and irreversible changes too.

We have been busy finger painting some lovely trees and learning about seasonal changes.

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Our first few weeks in Acorns

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We have all settled in well in our class with Mrs Mitchell and Mrs Stanley.

We have practising writing our name and writing and learning numbers up to 5. When we have our milk and snack we get to watch Numberblocks to help us.

In Topic we have been learning about Autumn and ourselves.

Our board in the hall is about creatures that are awake at night. We have made owls to go on it.

The best part is our story telling!  We have made a story map about the story of Mr Wiggle and Mr Waggle.  We have been using actions and learning the language we need to become great story writers.

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