Legh Vale Primary School

Legh Vale Primary School

Welcome to our website!

Learning together, Growing together

Legh Road, Haydock, St Helens, Merseyside WA11 0ER

leghvale@sthelens.org.uk

01744 678330

Reception

Welcome to Reception

Miss C Martin

Reception Teacher

 

Miss H Drillingcourt

Reception Teacher

 

Mrs E Thornley-Harris

Reception Teacher

 

Mrs D Bishop

Learning Assistant

 

Mrs D Nightingale

Learning Assistant

 

Mrs M Bridge

Learning Assistant

 

 Below is a useful guide to show what your child needs each day.

Monday

 

 

Tuesday

 

Blue Group need their PE bags  

 

Wednesday

 

 Green Group need their PE bags

 

Thursday

 

Yellow Group need their PE bags 

 

Friday

 

 

 

Please ensure your child reads each day for at least five minutes and their reading records are signed each time. Books must be read 3 times and will be changed once a week. Please ensure that your child has their reading book and keywords in every day.

Please ensure that all school uniform and PE kits are clearly labelled.

Reception Blog

Reception Summer 2

Dinosaur Egg!

Clare Martin (claremartin) on: Reception Summer 2

The children were very excited this week when they discovered a dinosaur egg in our garden! We talked about what could be in the egg and learnt some facts about dinosaurs.

      

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Gardening!

Clare Martin (claremartin) on: Reception Summer 2

The children have enjoyed the lovely weather this week and have been helping with some gardening. They were very keen to get their hands dirty and did such a good job.

         

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Reception Summer 1

Teen Numbers

Clare Martin (claremartin) on: Reception Summer 1

This week we have been looking at teen numbers. We have counted to 20 and competed the task of ordering the numbers. We even looked at place value. We are doing so well!

      

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Fun with minibeasts!

Clare Martin (claremartin) on: Reception Summer 1

In Reception we have been having fun finding out about different mini beasts. We have been on a mini beast hunt, looked at the symmetry of a butterfly, found out different facts and labelled the parts of the body.

         

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Making Patterns

Clare Martin (claremartin) on: Reception Summer 1

In Mathematics this week Reception have been busy making repeating patterns. They enjoyed using a range of resources to make these patterns and were so proud of their achievements! 

                     

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Addition Fun!

Clare Martin (claremartin) on: Reception Summer 1

The children in Reception have been working hard on their addition skills this week. They recorded and completed calculations using a range of equipment including cheerios and laces!

         

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Reception Spring 1

Easter Crafts

Emma Thornley-Harris (emmatharris) on: Reception Spring 1

Reception have been busy this week preparing for Easter. We listened to the Easter story and made our own cards and baskets. Lots of beautiful paintings were created by our budding artists!

   


Red Nose Day!

Emma Thornley-Harris (emmatharris) on: Reception Spring 1

Reception had a great day celebrating Comic Relief! We all dressed in read and some of us had our own funny noses. We coloured and decorated our different noses and made superhero masks.

      


Planting our own beanstalk!

Emma Thornley-Harris (emmatharris) on: Reception Spring 1

After reading the story 'Jack and the Beanstalk' the children enjoyed planting their own bean. We talked about how we can look after it and what it would need to grow. The children then drew their own castles and placed them in the soil for the beanstalks to grow up too just like in the story!

          


Chinese New Year

Emma Thornley-Harris (emmatharris) on: Reception Spring 1

Reception children have been busy celebrating Chinese New Year this week. They have written facts, made Chinese Dragons and even attempted some Chinese writing.

            

            


Number work

Emma Thornley-Harris (emmatharris) on: Reception Spring 1

We have been working hard on our number work the children use counters to find different ways of making 7.     

         


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