Reception

In Reception we continue working within the same framework as your child’s pre-school setting, the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS).  This curriculum has seven areas of learning which are all interlinked during our school week which are taught primarily through play-based activities, both indoors and in our Outdoor Classroom.

At Inkpen School, children will continue to develop the 3 prime areas which are: Communication and language; Physical development; Personal, Social and emotional development.

The prime areas will help them to further develop skills in the 4 specific areas which are Literacy, Mathematics; Understanding the world; Expressive arts and design.

In addition, the children in Reception benefit from a weekly Forest School session led by our own trained forest school leaders in the local surrounding woodland, adjacent to the school.

Reception take part in our PE programme which is provided by a qualified sports coach developing not only their physical skills but also spatial-awareness, listening and team-building skills.

Reception children at Inkpen School are happy, confident and independent learners who are ready for Key Stage One at the end of the year.

Reception Summer Term 2017

Reception Spring Term 2017

Reception Autumn Term 2 2016

Reception Autumn 2016

Summer Term 2016 Reception

Joining Inkpen

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Parents

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Wider Curriculum

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Latest Events

Tues 21st Nov Year 5 JOG for morning- Maths & English sessions

Thurs 23dr Nov Reception Eye tests by WB Nursing

Fri 24th Nov Yr5/6 Lantern Making Workshop re Corn Exchanges annual Lantern Parade

Weds 6th Dec Save the Children Carol Concert St.Nicholas Church

Mon 11th & Tues 12th 6pm Infants Nativity

Thurs 14th Dec Christmas Dinner

Thurs 14th Dec The Borrowers Christmas Pantomime Watermill Theatre

Weds 20th Dec last day of term -school ends 2pm

Thurs 4th Jan First day new Term

Mon 8th Jan NSPCC Keep Safe for Juniors

Mon 8th Jan Whole School Times Tables Challenge

PC Hawkett Visit

A very interesting assembly with PC Hawkett talking to the children and giving them an opportunity to ask questions about the Police and their role in society.

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Farmhouse Breakfast Feb 2016

To celebrate the most important meal of the day, a visit for the morning to the children in Yr3/4, Pheasant class by Newbury District Agricultural Societies Education Officer Jan Murray who engaged the children in making breakfast smoothies, porridge, planting seeds and learning about milk and how to milk a cow. A very enjoyable educational […]

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