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Milton Hall Primary School

‘Dream it, Believe it, Achieve it.’


Our aim is to make every child feel valued and happy because that is when learning is most effective.



This year your child will interact with a colourful environment filled with new friends, exciting activities and hands-on adventures! Join us on our adventure here:



Class Teachers




         Miss Riley       Mrs Jensen          Miss Way

       Hamilton Class   Donaldson Class     Seacole Class


To contact a class teacher please email:



Support Staff



Mrs Preece

Ms Gabrisova

Mrs Nita

Ms Carey

Ms Gupta
 Mrs Puri 

                     Ms Eaves                      

Meet the Teachers!






Summer Term 1


Kids Playing with Blocks

Welcome to Reception at Milton Hall Primary School. 




Important Dates for your Diary


All children will attend school full time
Monday to Friday 8:45 am - 3:10 pm 


Important Dates -


STEAM Project 5: Sunflower Growing Competition

Due Wednesday 24th May 
For more information, please check Tapestry Memos or the back of your child's homework book.



Children can bring in a healthy and balanced lunch from home. Please remember that we are a NO NUTS school.

Alternatively, children can order a healthy lunch from school. You can find more information about school lunches on our school website. 
Parents must book in school dinners through the SCHOOL GATEWAY App. 


Healthy Lunch


Please order your child's lunch a week before using the 'SCHOOL GATEWAY' App. 



Please ensure your child is dressed appropriately for all weather - especially for upcoming summer weather.

In Reception, we value the learning that happens inside and outside of the classroom and enjoy all seasons.

Summer Sun                

Please ensure all items of clothing are clearly labelled!

Growing and Changing


This term children investigate the life-cycles of animals, plants and humans. 

They will learn about the needs of living things and the importance of taking care of themselves and others. 


Where can we find animals? 


What animals can be found in our homes? How can we care for them?


What animals might we find on a farm? 


What is a wild animal?



This term will start of with the arrival of ducklings which the children will be encouraged to care for and watch as they grow. 
We invite your child to share their experiences with us by uploading photographs and videos to Tapestry.





Reception are using Mathseeds!



Mathseeds teaches kids aged 3-9 the core maths and problem solving skills needed to be successful at school with fun,
highly interactive and rewarding lessons. Mathseeds combines highly structured lessons with fun motivational elements
that keep children engaged and keen to learn.


We will be using Mathseeds as a class at school and we strongly
encourage families to log on and use Mathseeds at home throughout the week.
As your child progresses through the lessons, their teacher will be updated on their progress and the levels will become more challenging.


If you require your child's log-in details, please contact their teacher! 

What is... RWI?



This year, your child will be taking part in a daily Read, Write, Inc. (RWI) phonics session. 

This is a very successful programme that will enable your child to read and write independently and confidently. Each day your child will learn a new sound and will be taught how to put these sounds together to read words. They will also practice writing these letters and gain the knowledge and skills to write words and simple sentences independently.


  Sound Set 1

Week 1: m  a  s  d  t
Week 2: i  n  p  g  o

Week 3:  c  k  u  b  f
Week 4:  e  l  h  sh  r
Week 5: j  v  y  w  th
Week 6:  z  ch  qu  x  ng/nk.



Sound Set 2

ay - may I play?
ee - what can you see?

igh - fly high

ow - blow the snow

oo - poo at the zoo

oo - look at the book

ar - start the car

or - shut the door

air - that's not fair!

ir - whirl and twirl

ou - shout it out

oy - boy with a toy



Please help your child by hearing, saying and writing the new sounds. You can also help by reading and practicing words that contain the new sounds.  Please ensure your child's Home Learning Book is returned daily. If you have any questions about your child's home learning, don't hesitate to ask one of the reception teachers.



Click the link below to watch a video about how to help your child with sound blending: 

Have you been on to access Teach Your Monster to Read? This will help your child learn their sounds and begin learning how to blend and segment words. Great for beginning readers! Click the picture below to go to the website. 


We will create an account for your child and send home log-in information soon!  




Teach Your Monster to Read



We welcome a £1 voluntary contribution towards class
funds each week. This helps with the purchase of
exciting resources for crafts, cooking ingredients and
the funding of special events and end of term celebrations!





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