St Edmund's RC Primary School

Queen Street, Little Hulton, Salford M38 0WH



0161 921 1940


Welcome to our Reception Class!

Reception Team

Team Orange - Mrs Bradbury Class Teacher

Team Yellow - Miss Howard Class Teacher

Mrs Egan - Teaching Assistant/Key Group Worker

Mrs Backhouse - Teaching Assistant/Key Group Worker

Miss Dalton - PPA Teacher

Reception Reminders: Please ensure your child has a named bag with a pair of black pumps in school.  Fruit is available free of charge daily. Toast and milk are available for the half term via Parent Pay.  Thank you!


As you know Tapestry is wonderful app used by the Early Years Team. We use it to document children's learning journeys in school. We love it when you view our in school learning and add your comments! 
Remember you can use Tapestry at home to share any learning or experiences from home. We always love to hear for you.  Click on the image below to access a guide
to explain 'The why and how of adding observations; for families using Tapestry at home.'
If we are forced to conduct home learning due to COVID 19 we will be using Tapestry to share home learning activities. You will be able to access these using 'memos'. You cannot view 'memos' on the app, you need to access Tapestry via your internet browsers to see the memos sent by teachers. 

Team Orange

Team Yellow

Autumn One Class Celebration 

We cannot hold our usual Reception Parents Celebration in school at the moment so we have uploaded an i-movie to give you a small insight into what we have been learning this half term. 

Information Briefing 

We can't hold our usual Reception Reading briefing in school at the moment so we have uploaded some information below. Please speak to us if you're unsure about anything. 

Reading Workshop Reception 2020

Black History Month

As part of 'Black History Month' Reception were introduced to this through a Circle time session.  We then looked at African tribal dances and created our own tribal mask.  Take a look! 

A week in Reception

The children have settled in really well. They have been enjoying all the activities on offer and they have been looking after each other well.  All of the children have adapted well to the new routines that have been set in place. 

Month of the Rosary

We  have been learning all about 'The Holy Rosary' and Mary's Prayer.

We looked at all the main parts of the Rosary and the prayers linked to each part.