Holy Trinity

Church Of England VA School

01706 378061

Partner School

Our Core Values - Trust, Courage, Forgiveness, Truthfulness, Generosity, Respect, Responsibility.

Class Page | Lytham Church of England Primary School

In Reception we have two teachers.

They are called Miss Tetley (Monday/Tuesday) and Miss Ingham (Wednesday/Thursday/Friday).

We also work with Mrs Henderson (Mon-Fri AM) and Miss Jenkins (Mon-Fri PM).

We have three specialist teachers too. For PE we have Mr Parker (Monday) and Mr Crawshaw (Thursday). On a Wednesday, Mrs Bester will lead our learning in Expressive Arts & Design and Computing. 

Our Class Timetable

Monday - P.E. with Mr Parker (Please wear PE kit) -- Box 1 books checked and changed -- Spelling Books sent home

Tuesday - Box 2 books checked and changed

Wednesday - Homework due in 

Thursday - P.E. with Mr Crawshaw (Please wear PE kit) -- Box 1 books checked and changed -- Homework sent Home

Friday -  Spelling Books due in -- Spelling Test -- Box 2 books checked and changed

Key Information


Please ensure that children come to school with their book bags and reading records every day.

Reception children have two PE sessions a week; Monday and Thursday. Children are able to attend school wearing their PE kits on these days. Please ensure that every piece of uniform and PE kit is clearly labelled with your child's name. If your child is attending a before or after school club which requires them to wear sports kit (e.g. Acro-Dance), they are able to attend school wearing PE kit on that day. 

For specific news and events, please see our 'Current Information' page, our class Seesaw App or our school Facebook page. 


Homework and Spellings

New spellings will continue to be sent home on a Monday ready for our spelling test on a Friday. Please help your children to learn their spellings at home too. Also, please make sure you send the little green book back into school on a Friday so the new spellings can be stuck in ready for the following week.

We will also continue to send homework home this term. Homework will be sent home on a Thursday to be handed in by the following Wednesday.  Homework will alternate between learning logs and English/maths homework. English and maths will focus on the week's learning and learning logs will have a focus around our topics or any special events which may be happening within our community or nationally.

Seesaw App

Throughout your child's time in Reception, a lot of our homework will be set online. We will be using an app called SEESAW. For this, your child will need access to a digital device.

We will also be uploading pictures during the school day of the fun and exciting learning which your child will be part of for you to access too. Seesaw is an online learning platform which we use across KS1. On this app, you will be able to complete homework set, add in any observations from home and also for you, as parents, to have a browse at what we get up to. To log in to the app, after it has been downloaded, you just scan the class QR code and choose your child's name.



Reading books will be changed twice a week. Children have been split into two groups. Group 1 will have their books changed on a Monday and Wednesday and Group 2 on a Tuesday and a Thursday. If your child's book is not in school on their allocation change day, unfortunately we are unable to change them at another time. 

Miss Ingham, Miss Tetley and the other members of the Reception Team will also be reading with your child in school several times a week. We will focus on home reading books during 1:1 reading sessions, but we may also listen to your child reading in group guided reading sessions, in whole class phonics lessons or in whole class literacy lessons.

We would like to encourage you at home to read with your child at least four times a week. This can be their school book, a bedtime story, any other story they might like or could even be your shopping list when doing the weekly shop! 



Phonics is a way of teaching children to read and write by blending and segmenting individual sounds. Every letter and different combinations of letters make particular sounds for example the letter ‘s’ makes a hissing like a snake sound. At Holy Trinity, we follow the Twinkl Phonics Scheme, which has been approved by the DfE as a validated scheme. 

We begin our phonics journey by looking at Phase 1, which many children will have been exposed to in their nursery settings. Once we are settled into the school year we will then begin progressing through the phases from Level 2 (Phase 2) to Level 3 (Phase 3) and finally, ending the year by teaching Level 4 (Phase 4). 

Further information and resources regarding our chosen phonics scheme can be found here;

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 Level 2 Soundmat.pdfDownload
 Level 3 Soundmat.pdfDownload
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Please find below all of our spellings for RED, GREEN and BLUE groups for the Summer term.

Please find below all of our spellings for ORANGE and YELLOW groups for the Summer term.