Littleport Community

Primary School

Spread your wings and fly!


Our Current Learning

Welcome to Reception!


We hope you enjoyed the summer holidays! We are really looking forward to starting a new school year with you. 


Who's Who?

Mrs Faiers- Owlets class teacher

Miss Swindells - Goslings class teacher


We are supported by Mrs O'Dell, Mrs Winters, Miss Wheelan and Mrs Langley.


If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to speak to us on the door! If you need a longer conversation, you are welcome to book an appointment with us either in person or by emailing the school office. Please speak to the class teacher in the first instance, followed by the phase leader if you need further support. 

Phase Leader: Mrs Faiers


When is PE?

PE will be on Tuesdays for both classes. It is outdoor P.E. Summer term 1.


It is also really helpful if you can make sure your child's hair is tied up and their earrings have been removed before coming to school. 


What should be worn for PE?

The national guidance has always been that no jewellery should be worn in PE. It is not safe to cover earrings/studs/sleepers with tape. 


On PE days, please send your child to school wearing:

·    A  white short-sleeved T-shirt (this must be suitable for physical activity)

·    Black or navy shorts or jogging bottoms (weather dependant)

·    A jumper or pullover (weather dependant)

·    Trainers or plimsolls


Please note that our uniform expectations also include PE kits and it is essential that the clothes your child is wearing are suitable for physical activity and sports. 


When is Forest School?

Forest School is on Monday mornings for both classes.



We follow Little Wandle Letters and Sounds revised phonics scheme.


Your child will come home with a pleasure for reading book from the library every Friday. Please remember to return them to school each Friday so that they can swap their books.  They have access to their E-Book Reading book, which they have been reading at school. Please click here to access the website.

Writing and Literacy activities



The children are expected to know and be able to solve problems with numbers up to 10. They are learning to recognise numbers up to 20, and count beyond 20. 


Other activities that you can continuously do on a daily basis is discussing the day of the week, the month as well as looking at changes in weather. Please see the links an questions below.


How’s the weather? Talk about the type of clothes they need to wear for the type of weather and why.

What day is it? How do you know? What was the day yesterday/tomorrow?

What month is it? How do you know? What happens each month? E.g. Celebrations, traditions, weather.

Gross Motor Skills

Activities at home can include:

  • Running, jumping, hopping etc. outside 
  • Using a bike or scooter
  • Using a ball to play throw and catch games or rolling games to a set target
  • Set up an obstacle course inside or outside
  • Balancing on different body parts (this could be timed using a stop watch or counting out loud!)