Mars Class Reception Year

Welcome to Mars Class, Mrs Anita Santinelli-Clarke is our class teacher.
In Mars Class we follow a creative and immersive curriculum. We have areas in our classroom which continuously support our play-led learning such as writing, fine motor, maths, role-play, small-world, construction, creative and a reading corner.
We have lots of fun learning in our indoor/outdoor classroom.
Our Topic this Spring Term is Castles & dragons. We will be learning about parts of a castle, looking at similarities & differences between different castles. Finding out about Knights, learning about the Royal family and famous Kings & Queens and exploring the difference between myths and reality, exploring mythological creatures. 
On Fridays we will explore our topic through Fresh Air Friday where we explore our wider community.
Please ensure that your child has a suitable coat and suitable footwear everyday, Fresh Air Friday takes place every 'Friday' in all weathers, a coat is essential as well as those winter accessories such as hats, gloves and/or scarfs. Please NAME all items of clothing, every red jumper is red...
Lunch for Reception and Year 1 is free, a hot lunch or packed lunch is available daily. Further Information on Free meals and lunch menus is available on our website under the Information tab - School lunches. 
Handy to Know:
Homework - A Floppy phonics reading book alongside a traditional rhyme to learn and enjoy at home.
PE - Tuesday, long hair to be tied back and any earrings removed (please leave kit in school)
Fresh Air Friday - Friday
Here in Mars Class we are looking forward to lots of learning and fun and thank you for your support in advance. 
What we have learnt this week!
"We dressed up as a Chinese dragon and did a Chinese dragon dance, to celebrate the Chinese New Year. It was really fun." Carmen
In Mars Class we use 'Tapestry' an online learning journal for Early Years. 

"An easy-to-use and secure online learning journal helping staff and families celebrate their children’s learning and development"

Take a look at the Tapestry website for more information.