Category: Reception

The Great Easter Bake Off

If you’re looking for an Easter cooking activity why don’t you try this? All you need is some chocolate, any type of crumbly cereal, cake cases and then anything you like to decorate like chocolate eggs, mini chicks etc. They are very quick and easy to make as well as delicious as a treat to eat! 
Here is Mrs Williams and two of her baking assistants to show you how to make them. Enjoy! 

Mrs Bowen’s Books

Join Mrs Bowen for two fantastic stories, Traction Man is Here by Mini Grey and Jack and the Flumflum Tree by Julia Donaldson. These can also be found under the Year 2 Skils Practice link.

Mrs Williams reads ‘Dave the Dog is Worried About Coronavirus’

Mrs Williams reads ‘Dave the Dog is Worried About Coronavirus‘, a book to help children to understand the current situation a little better and to hopefully ease some anxieties. 

Online Resources to Support Home Learning


Dear Parents and Carers,

Over the last few days, we have come across lots of online resources that are available to support children’s learning at home during the unprecedented times. This list is by no means exhaustive, nor are we promoting anything in particular, but we thought we’d share some of them with you. All children have different learning styles and interests – maybe something below will click! We will also update our learning packs on the class pages as time goes on.

With very best wishes from the staff of Lickey Hills PSN. THIS IS GREAT!! Carol Vordermann is offering free access to her great website for maths offering games, challenges and daily lessons to support learning. There are motivational medals to earn too… Also lots of fun times tables games at . Finally – great online, live lessons and follow up activities from Gareth Metcalf at – Fantastic resources and games for reading, writing, spelling and maths.

Some lovely reading opportunities to share at Go to The Literacy Shed for some great ideas for story writing. The Literacy Trust have developed a fantastic portal of resources for families – go to . Also there’s a list of virtual author activities at

Joe Wicks – The Body Coach is running a daily workout, Monday – Friday at 9am. (KS1) and (KS2) to practise your Spanish skills The Guardian published 10 of the World’s best virtual museum and art gallery tours – but this list is not exhaustive!! The Tate Modern, for example, will give you some ideas for really crazy art to try!! Learn about all the animals around the world! for geography and science ideas and fascinating facts. Some great science activities on BP’s website for Primary children – including this fun activity to help the Emperor find the right clothes for each season!

More science fun at

Sports relief

We have really enjoyed the last few weeks learning about people who help us and helping others in preparation for our Sports Relief assembly. We were all amazing and should be really proud of ourselves.

World book day

You’d batter believe it’s Pancake Day!

This week we have been celebrating pancake day by reading ‘Mr Wolf’s Pancakes’. We have re-told the whole story using actions, we have written the instructions of how to make a pancake and today, for Fun Friday, we have topped our own pancakes! They were pan-credible!

We are bananas about penguins!

This week we have been reading the story ‘Lost and Found’ by Oliver Jeffers. ‘Lost and Found’ is about a penguin who feels lonely and so as it is Mental Health Week, we have been talking about the penguins feelings as well as our own. We have also learned lots of fun facts about penguins and Antarctica. Today, for Fun Friday we have made banana penguins, they were peng-tastic!

The start of a new term!

Welcome back to Reception for the start of another fabulous term! We hope you all had a lovely Christmas and a happy start to the new year! In Reception with a new term, has come new outdoor equipment and the children have been loving testing it all out this week! We have got a new range of bikes, trikes and scooters and they’ve given us all a huge lot of fun!

A special visitor

Merry Christmas to everyone in Reception. We were delighted to have a special visit today from Santa. Hopefully  that means we have been on the good list.