Hagley Primary School

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Available downloads:

Click here for an information document about the EYFS stages, including the Early Learning Goals.

Please click here for our 'VIRTUAL WISH TREE' - all contributions welcome!



Welcome to the Reception Year Group page.

Team Reception:  Ms Readman (Cygnets), Mrs Archer (Goslings), Miss Tooke (Ducklings), supported by Mrs Bishop, Mrs Price, Mrs Adamson, Mrs Green and Mr Fisher.



Here are our 'Well Done Awards' that have been presented over the past weeks:

16th March:  Edward H and Shawaiz N

23rd March:  Nellie B, Paris M and William H

20th April:  Grace F, Robin D and Francesca M

4th May:  Henry W, Eloise H and Seb P

11th May: Oliver H, Beatrice S and Toby S

18th May:  Luca H, Zoya S and Cody F

Well done to you all!!!


May 23rd 2018

We are currently waiting for our butterflies to emerge from their chrysalises.

May 18th 2018

We celebrated the Royal Wedding by decorating cakes.

We have all been on a mini beast hunt to the forest and found lots of worms!

May 11th 2018

We visited Blakedown Primary School to take part in an exciting orienteering morning.

March 10th 2018

We had a fabulous day at the Thinktank Science Museum on Monday. Thank you to the parents who volunteered to help and made the trip possible.

March 3rd 2018

Please download the latest Maths Home Learning activities here.

February 18th 2018

Thank you for coming along to our Maths Workshop.  We hope you found it useful and that you enjoy playing the game at home.

February 10th 2018 

On Friday 16th February, we will be celebrating the Chinese Year of the Dog.  Children may come to school in home clothes, wearing something in the lucky colour, red. 

We hope you enjoyed the 'Supertato' home Learning Challenges. 

Please download the latest Maths Home Learning activities, here.

January 21st 2018

Please download Maths Home Learning activities, here.


Please note, as an alternative, we may send topic-related Home Learning activities.  These will be hard copies in your child's book bag and will cover a range of curricular areas.

January 2018

Welcome back!

We are thinking about keeping healthy.  Thank you for completing the 'Health Diary' home learning activity.  As part of our 'British Values' unit, we are exploring 'British' food and how we might make it healthier.  

We are focusing on Five-a-day, exploring a range of fruit and vegetables.

On Tuesday 16th January, we are taking part in whole school activity.  We will make vegetable soup (in school house groups) for a grand taste-off, judged by Mrs Payne!

Please download the latest  Maths Home Learning activities, here.

December 14th 2017

The Children were amazing in 'Happy Birthday, Jesus', jumping straight back into it after the 'snow' days.  We hope you enjoyed their performance.

Please remember to send in some fun party food for the final day of term (Tuesday 19th December).  The children will have lunch as normal and enjoy this extra treat during the afternoon.

November 19th 2017

Download the latest Maths Home Learning activities, here.

October 23rd 2017

We hope you are all having a restful break after a very busy first half-term.

If you have time over the half-term break, please practise the sounds in your child's home learning book (up to the final sound dated 20/10/17).  Thank you.

Download the latest Maths Home Learning activities, here.

October 7th 2017

Thank you to the parents/carers who attended the Curriculum Evening.  We hope you found it informative.

The presentation is available to download, here.

The first of the Maths Home Learning activities are available to download, here.

September 25th 2017

The term is well under way, now, and the children are all settled into school routines (mostly!)

We have begun to teach phonics using the Read, Write Inc. Phonics scheme.  This will be something new to all parents (including those with older children in school).  Please come along to our Curriculum Evening to find out more.  The teaching of maths will be on the agenda, too.  It's very practical and suggestions for activities to try at home will be posted on this website at approximately two-weekly intervals (after the Curriculum meeting).