- 18th JunGreen for Grenfell
Last Friday marked the two-year anniversary of the tragic events that occurred at the Grenfell Tower, on 14th June 2017
- 11th JunSummer Fayre donations
The Summer Fayre is only a few days away!
- 11th JunSchool Journey Celebration Assembly
After a wonderful, action-packed week in Osmington Bay, the Year 6s are back to enjoy their final few weeks at Servite. As a celebration of their time on school journey, there will be a special (fun!) certificates assembly on Tuesday 18th June at 2:45pm for the Year 6 class. We hope that as many Year 6 parents as possible can join us for this special event.
- 11th JunEnd of Key-Stage Assessment (SATs) Results information
The DfE have released useful guides for parents of children in Years 2 and 6 regarding the End of Key-Stage assessments (SATs)
- 14th MaySports Week 2019
Next week is one of our favourite weeks in the school calendar - Sports Week! Mr Abbassy has been busy organising an active, fun-packed timetable for all the children.
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Although the children are only moving to the classroom next door, we understand that it can be quite a big change for such a small child, so we try to make the transition as stress-free as possible for our pupils. With a similar adjustment period to the Nursery, the children are supported in their transition into Reception.
Pupils continue to enjoy play times in the same playground as before, maintaining some familiarity as they move up the school. Although the classroom environment changes physically, pupils continue to experience free-flow activities between the inside and outside of the classroom and are encouraged to learn through play. It is this mixture of independently led and planned activities that allow the children to grow into independent thinkers.
In the Summer Term, we encourage children to cultivate an understanding of their surroundings by tending to the plants that we grow in our playground. Helping plants and vegetables to grow is a great way for children to begin to understand the world around them; active learning is a core value throughout the school.
Sometimes we even invite minibeasts to come and stay in our Reception class! Anything from caterpillars to butterflies can enter our playground and when they do, we care for them! Feeding them fresh fruit daily and writing diaries about their growth and development, it is an excellent way for children to begin to understand growth and change.
Reception Shape Hunt
Reception's First Chick Hatching!