This is a very unusual time for us all and the most important thing is keeping safe and well.

We appreciate that the thought of educating your children, yourselves at home can be daunting. However, in these circumstances, please remember: a home filled with positivity, love and laughter will be the best medicine!


Please use the opportunity of working at home to develop independence, perseverance, problem solving skills and creativity. Children will love the opportunity to show you what they are capable of as they work through the activities. Remember, the most important thing is for children to enjoy their learning and have fun!

Below you will find weekly planned activities for your children to complete. I have entitled them with the week commencing date. 

Please don't forget to email photographs of your children completing some fabulous learning at home to

Take care and enjoy this time together with your loved ones.

Mrs Clutterbuck and the EY's team.

A story to help support your child returning to school

Work from home 29/06/2020


Mrs Poulter is creating a scrapbook about our time in lockdown.

If you have any photos that you would like to share and include, please send them to the homework email with the subject: FAO Mrs Poulter.

Some Ideas: lockdown birthdays, home learning activities, VE day celebrations, daily walks, clapping for the key workers and family time.

Thank you

Work from home 08/06/2020

Work from home 03/06/20

Story times

Getting out every day in May!

Work from home w.c. 20.4.20

Literacy work from home w.c. 20.4.20

Easter work from home w.c. 13.4.20

Easter work from home w.c. 6.4.20

National Museum Liverpool

You can explore the virtual dinosaur tour.

During Science Week the children loved learning about dinosaurs- they'll love this tour!

Click on the link below:


Work from home w.c. 30.3.20

Self- Isolation: Stay Active!

Working from home- Letter for parents/carers

Animal shadow puppets - how many of these can you make?

We've been reading 'Goldilocks and the Three Bears'. Today we've had porridge for our snack and recorded our favourite toppings!

Bedtime Story Sack

The Story Sack goes home Fri and returned Weds

Shrove Tuesday- We've enjoyed pancakes for snack today!

Safer Internet Day Tuesday 11th February 2020

Chinese Dragon Dancing

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The Great Milk Lid Race!

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After racing boats in our water tray, the children decided to create a river using tinfoil. Firstly, they made the river, then attempted to sail boats down it. They soon discovered that the boats were too heavy to sail down a river so shallow. They then hunted around the provision for something more suitable. Finally, they found some milk lids, which were perfect for sailing. They selected three milk lids of different colours and raced them against each other down the river. The children kept score of races won and used a tally chart to record the results.

January Newsletter 2020

Maths Workshop 16.1.20- Place Value in EYFS

Pyjama, Book and Bear Day

The Great Boat Race

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After reading the Chinese Zodiac story, 'The Great Race', the children decided to make boats to race along the river.
They carefully selected resources to build their boats and made predictions as to whether they would float or sink. They then put them to the test!
Each contender was rewarded with a rosette which corresponded to the position they finished the race (1st, 2nd, 3rd etc).

Our new Mud Kitchen Cafe is bustling!

Christmas Dinner Day!


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Tom, the Tree Surgeon visited us today, with lots of beautiful wood for our outdoor area.

Our snack area is well-established and so is our independence!

FUNDA Medal Winner 28.11.19... HARRY!

FUNDA Medal Winner 21.11.19.... IONA!

After reading 'The Jolly Postman', we've posted letters home.

Autumn is here! Thank you for foraging- we are having lots of fun using the autumn objects we've found!

'NEVER use a KNIFE and FORK'- National Poetry Day 3.10.19

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Rhyming Tennis- National Poetry Day 3.10.19

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Reception Baseline- information for parents

Welcome to Reception Green!


In Early Years, it is through our play that we learn all we need to know. Early Years education is a vital part in your child’s development to ensure they are developing in a safe, secure and happy environment. Our children are given opportunities to investigate and explore a vast range of activities and experiences and are encouraged to develop their independency.

In Reception we follow the Early Years curriculum which is split into seven areas of learning.

There are 3 prime areas of learning:

- Personal, Social and Emotional Development 

- Communication and Language 

- Physical development 

There are four specific areas of learning:

- Literacy

- Mathematics

- Understanding the World

- Expressive Arts and Design 

We teach these areas through a balance of focused tasks with an adult and through structured play within the areas of the classroom, activity area and outdoor area, which are enhanced with activities relating to our topic and the children’s interest.

Class Information


Please ensure that your child brings their book bag to school each day with their home reading book and diary. We listen to your child read at varied times throughout the week and our guided reading sessions are also documented in their reading diaries. Therefore it is essential that they have it in school. We love to read your comments in your child's reading diary, please feel free to document other books you like to share together (it doesn't have to be used solely for the home/school reading book). 

Our PE days are Tuesday and Thursday (both outdoors, whatever the weather). Please ensure your child has their PE kit in school and all items of clothing are labelled with their name. 

We play outdoors whatever the weather, therefore it is essential that your child has appropriate clothing for all weathers. Wellingtons should be kept in school in a bag on your child's peg (please remember to label with their name).


Homework is handed out every Friday to be completed and returned the following Wednesday. If you need support with homework or you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask me. 

Our library day is Thursday, please ensure your child has their library book in school in order to change it.


Please check our class notice board regularly for updates and any other school information. 


Thank you for your continued support,

Mrs C Clutterbuck.


Enjoy browsing through our photographs below!



School is open to key worker and vulnerable children - please see the parent section on the school's website. When Lancashire County Council say it is safe to open to wider pupils in Nursery, Reception, Year One and Year Six, school will inform parents.