St.Stephen's School

Class RGD

Welcome to RGD!

We are so excited to have joined Reception!
There are lots of adults to help us achieve our best but our teachers are Georgia Dawson and Isabelle North.
We are always busy during the day. If you visit us you could find us painting, building or working hard in the garden.

We will come in to school everyday and be on time because that will help us to settle and be calm and ready to learn.
It is important to be kind to our friends and show them that we care. We will practise sharing, taking turns and using good manners.

By the end of reception we are going to have worked so hard that we will have learnt lots of phonic sounds and that will help us to read and write simple sentences.
In maths we will be doing lots of practical problem solving activities as well as learning to count up to 100 if we can!!!

If you ever want to come and visit us in Reception, we would be very happy and proud to show you around!

Class Charters

Each class at St. Stephen’s Primary School will complete a class charter, outlining agreements for members of the class and duty bearers (adults). All pupils are entitled to receive their rights. This class charter will form the basis of a display in class, be displayed on the class website page and also be used for class disciplinary matters.

 

 Rights

Our definitions

Class Charter

Wellbeing

To be safe, happy and healthy.

1: To play with each other and use kind words.

2: To talk to a teacher if we are worried.

Expression

To share our views and listen to others.

1: To talk to each other and share your ideas.

2: To listen to each other.

Courtesy

To be polite and courteous at all times.

1: To remember to use polite words, including ‘please’ and ‘thank you’.

2: To say hello and welcome unfamiliar visitors in our classroom.

Aspiration

To aspire and achieve to our potential and beyond.

1: To try our best.

2: To learn from our mistakes.

Respect

To be respected, respect others, ourselves and our environment.

1: To stop, listen and give eye contact when we are talking to someone.

2: To look after our resources.

Equity

Everyone receives the same treatment.

1: To understand that everyone needs different things to succeed.

2. To help each other to achieve goals.