Welcome to Reception

Butterfly and Ladybird are our Reception classes at the Isle of Ely Primary School. From this page you will be able to read about our curriculum each half term and all the work we get up to in and out of the classroom.

The adults that work in Reception are:

Miss Charlotte Clayton              Mrs Amy Williams

Butterfly class teacher               Learning Support Assistant


Mrs Milly Mickleburgh           Mrs Anna Geraty

Ladybird class teacher         Learning Support Assistant


Our Curriculum overview

Spring B

Communication and language

The children will build up vocabulary that reflects knowledge and experience e.g., what grows and changes,  what grows and changes, how the four seasons differ, what a plant needs to grow and how animals change as they grow.

We will focus on using different tenses to discuss things that are happening now and things that happened in the past; asking relevant questions to find out more information – e.g. when sharing a non-fiction text children can say ‘I wonder why…’ – as well as sharing their opinions and preferences in the context of new knowledge.

Physical Development

In everyday activities, we will focus on the gross motor skills, coordination and balance, throwing and catching skills. The children will secure their pencil grip and develop greater pencil control, as well as learn to use small tools such as pipettes, tweezers, cutlery and scissors effectively.

In PE lessons, our unit of learning is ball skills. The children will practice throwing, catching and develop control.


In our weekly PSHE lessons, the children will learn about their body and how it changes as they grow and get older. We will learn how to look after our bodies through discussions on exercise and why it is good for us, movement and rest, healthy foods and sleep. We will also look at the importance of hand washing and hygiene.


The children will access a variety of high quality texts about in line with our topic, as well as following their wider interests. We will memorise abbreviated versions of picture books through Talk through Stories lessons and continue building appreciation of non-fiction books as a source of information on studied topic. Our Talk4Writing texts for this half-term are The Extraordinary Gardener and Supertato.

In Phonics, we will continue to secure all of the Set 1 diagraphs and learn the Set 2 sounds. The children will continue to practise blending sounds orally through Fred games and everyday opportunities and read ‘green words’ at increased speed. We will use segmenting to write words and children will begin writing more complex words independently, using their phonological knowledge.  To build on emergent writing, we will encourage short words or phrases in different writing contexts, e.g. in free flow or in a structured lesson.


The children will begin the term by learning their number bonds to 10.  In this unit, children continue exploring addition, now looking specifically at the number bonds to 10. These are shown in a ten frame and using the whole-part model, which have both been used before. Children begin to explore the bonds in a more systematic way and recognise the commutative law of addition. Children are introduced to missing parts as a precursor to subtraction by counting on or back.

We then move onto subtraction.  This unit builds on the concept of number bonds to 10, this time focusing on subtraction number bonds. Children will work with part-whole models to ‘break apart’ 10 and identify the different bonds created. Children will be introduced to the ‘finding a missing part’ structure of subtraction from 10. This unit gives children the opportunity to see the inverse relationship between addition and subtraction. Children should use their knowledge of addition number bonds to 10 to help them.

To conclude the term, we will look at patterns. Understanding pattern is one of the main foundations of all mathematics learning. When children are investigating patterns and their representations, they are forming valuable understanding that will enable them to make links in more complex mathematical concepts, such as the understanding of how numbers work and algebra.

Understanding of the word

This half terms topic is growing and changing. In this unit, the children will explore seasons, growing plants, how animals grow and change, food and farming and how we grow and change.

We will carry out experiments to identify what plants need to grow and we will continue to care for them once these factors are identified. We will learn about different foods and the climates they need to grow successfully. The children will look closely at the similarities and differences of animals as babies and adults and will broaden their vocabulary by learning the names of animal young. We will also look at how humans grow and change and talk about the roles and responsibilities they will take on as they get older e.g. secondary school, having a job etc.

We will learn about Mothering Sunday (10th March) and Easter (31st March) and why it is celebrated.

Expressive Arts and Design

The children will explore the art of T.S. Lowry and draw their own houses and “matchstick” people. They will learn about Vincent Van Gogh and his use of different marks to draw still life to then explore what they can see in the world around them.

We will go back to Hundertwasser and look closely at his architectural designs to inspire us to draw imaginary houses.

The children will have opportunities to create artwork like these artists as well as continue to explore sound by using different musical instruments and listening to various songs. The children will be introduced to singing games such as call and response.

We will finish the term by designing and making Easter bonnets, as well as other seasonal decorations and crafts.


Knowledge Organiser:


Weekly newsflash

Week beginning 25/3/24

Thank you for all of your support over this shorter yet incredibly busy half term.  We hope you all enjoy a safe and restful break.

Week beginning 18/3/24

This week, the children enjoyed learning about farms and farm animals. We looked at satellite images of our area and established there is a lot of farm land around. The children though about the difference between growing fruit and vegetables in our gardens and on a farm, we learnt about harvest and life cycles of some of the farm animals. We had a lovely experience of stroking and observing real chicks that hatched in our school and learnt names of baby animals.

As part of our Jigsaw PHSE curriculum, we thought about healthy foods, designed a healthy lunch and discussed the role of treats in our menus. The children impressed us with their understanding of the importance of healthy food choices and active life style. They were able to suggest many nutritious foods to put in our imaginary lunch boxes and a variety of physical activities.

In art, we explored the artwork of L.S. Lowry, discussing the elements of art we know. The children noticed Lowry used very few colours: greys, blacks, whites, brown, blue with touches of yellow and red; and his paintings looked ‘smoky’ and ‘wintery’ because of this. His use of lines inspired our own matchstick people drawings, the pupils enjoyed recreating Lowry’s depictions of busy, crowded street.

In maths, we used our developing understanding of number bonds to 10 to solve subtraction problems. We enjoyed creating our own subtraction stories, using sentence starters of First, there were 10… and Then… went away. Now there are… You can support this learning at home by using subtraction and addition up to 10 in real life situations, i.e. maths problems involving food, toy cars, toy animals etc.

In phonics, we are recapping the sounds learnt this half-term. We are not planning a whole year assessment at the end of this half term. However, if you notice your child is finding the books very challenging or the phonics content they’re learning too easy – please let us know by emailing the class teacher.

We are looking forward to our first school trip on Thursday, please remember to send your child to school in weather appropriate clothing and with a full water bottle. Thank you to all the parents who offered to help on the day, we value your support and are sorry we couldn’t offer a space to everyone on this occasion.

As always, we wish you a lovely, relaxing weekend.

Week beginning 11/3/24

Wow-what another busy week in Reception! This week, Little Elvers had a delivery of some eggs. We discussed with the children that the eggs will hatch and become chicks. Our writing focus this week has been to write letters to the staff and children in Little Elvers to ask if we can go to visit the chicks! The children have created some fabulous letters carefully using their fred fingers and sound mats.

In Maths this week, we have continued to consolidate our understanding of number bonds-pairs of numbers to 10. This is a tricky concept but is a foundation for future learning. We have been working on recalling the number bonds to 10 and using our fingers to support us e.g. if we have 4 fingers up, how many fingers are left down? This can really support the children to be independent when trying to remember their number bonds. As we mentioned last week, there are lots of games you can play at home to support your child’s understanding and confidence with number bonds to 10. We have extended our understanding this week by starting to use part whole models and counters. The children have practically moved the ten counters from the whole into 2 parts e.g. 8 and 2. We challenged the children to see how many different ways they could find to split the 10 counters into 2 parts using their understanding of number bonds.

In Phonics this week, the children have continued to work on learning new sounds in their groups. Please check the weekly email from Mrs Harrison to see which sounds your child has been focusing on this week.

In Talk Through Stories, we have a new focus text “Supertato”. The children have loved this story and have enjoyed joining in, learning new vocabulary and pretending to be Supertato to think about how we would feel at different points in the story.

In PKC this week, we have focused on how animals grow and change. We played a game where the children worked in pairs to match the animal mother to the baby. Later in the week, we read the book “Monkey Puzzle” by Julia Donaldson. In this story, a monkey has lost its mum and asks a butterfly to help to find her. The butterfly keeps taking the monkey to the wrong animal and by the end of the story the monkey realises the butterfly is confused because unlike lots of other animals, the butterfly has babies that look different to her. We then discussed the life cycle of a butterfly and how butterflies start off as a small egg.

In Art this week, we learned about Vincent Van Gogh. We focused on looking at his painting “Sunflowers” which fits well with our PKC theme ‘Growing and Changing’. We looked at his beautiful painting and discussed which media we are going to use. We decided to thicken paint using flour and then the children got creative and made their own versions of the sunflower painting.

Lots of the children have been really excited to share all about their sunflowers at home. Please feel free to send any photos to us if your child would like to share.

Finally, a big thank you for joining us for parents evening this week. If you have any further questions, please ask! We hope you have a lovely weekend.

Reception Team

Week beginning 4th March 2024

What an eventful week we've had in Reception! On Monday, a fairy door appeared and, much to our surprise, a Flutter the friendly fairy left us gifts the same day – we found seeds, soil, pots and a letter! The children planted the seeds and took their sunflowers home, we hope they’ll be able to look after the seedlings and watch them grow, documenting changes they observe over time.

We have been busy writing notes and letters to Flutter, to say thank you and make the fairy feel welcome. The children are using more sounds now, including many special friends. We are working on independently applying correct letter formation and finger spaces in writing. Some of the groups are starting to study capital letters (Green/Purple/Pink); you can support your child by spotting these in names and at the start of sentences in their phonics book and in other books you share.

In maths, we have been exploring number bonds to 10 – pairs of numbers that make 10. This is a more difficult but crucial topic and a foundation for further learning in mathematics. You can play games with your child to help them remember the bonds and understand composition of numbers up to 10, i.e. put 10 objects out then hide (steal) some – can they work out how many are missing? You also play memory games with numbers based on spotting pairs that make 10 – the amounts can be represented with numerals, as dice formation, on ten frames (these are easy to draw) or as Numicon shapes. Please let us know if you would like more support with this. Children may also like to play dice games to build 10s (take turns to roll a dice, the person who builds 10 first wins; represent the numbers with objects, i.e. buttons, grapes, pebbles).

We started our new Jigsaw topic focused on staying healthy and safe. The children enjoyed discussing the various ways of staying active they enjoy, both in and outside of school. You can continue this learning by encouraging your child to try timed activities with minute timers, i.e. how many jumps/hops/ runs, etc. can they do in one minute? You can also send pictures photo/certificates/ badges of what your child’s favourite sport/exercise/physical activity is outside of school, e.g. riding a bike, swimming, dancing, etc.

On Thursday, we celebrated World Book Day as a whole school. We shared some of our books from home and enjoyed discussing the imaginative costumes children arrived in. If your child really wanted to share their book with the rest of class but we run out of time on the day – please allow them to bring the book again over the next week and let a member of staff know. We’d love to read as many as we can!

Lastly, thank you to the parent volunteers that have already offered to help during the farm trip. We will draw the names and let you know on Tuesday 12th March.

Have a relaxing weekend!

Week beginning 26th February 2024

It has been lovely to welcome the children back to school this week. The children have settled back into school well and we have loved hearing all about the fun they had over the half term.

This week we have started our new PKC topic; Growing and Changing. We started the week recapping the seasons as we have previously discussed this in the autumn term. We then looked at how our environments change in other ways too - the children were fascinated by the images of our school developing over time and changing from the empty field to the building we know now. Please have a look at our new knowledge organiser and at this half-term's curriculum table above. Next week, we will starting to look at plants and what they need to grow.


In Phonics, lots of the children have moved to a new group. The children have been learning new sounds and applying these to read and write words. We would really encourage you to check the email from Mrs Harrison to see which sounds your child has been learning this week. The children will be bringing home a book today. The children will bring home a new book every 3 days. These do not need to be returned on a set day, they can be returned whenever you have finished reading them.

This week in maths, the children have been introduced to the concept of weight. Lots of the children had some previous understanding of the meaning of heavy and light objects and we have built upon this this week. The children have been beginning to compare two items and learning how balance scales show which item is lighter or heavier. We have also had fun investigating the misconception that bigger items are always heavier and smaller items are always lighter!

In Music this week, we had the pleasure of joining a Rock Steady online music lesson. This lesson was split into different sections we played a range of games including the musical alphabet and rhythm clock where the children had a go at joining in with different rhythms and beats. The children then learnt the lyrics and began to learn Makaton signs to ‘Lean On Me’ by Bill Withers. Finally, we were lucky enough to watch a short performance by the Rock Steady Band performing the song “Twist and Shout” by the Beatles.

Reminder-Next Thursday is World Book Day. We are inviting the children to dress up as their favourite book character.

Have a lovely weekend!

Reception Team

Week beginning 12th February 2024

This week, we had a chance to try Space Rock cakes from planet Kloom. The children enjoyed baking the cakes, following a recipe left for us by our friendly alien. To our surprise, Al the alien took the cakes by mistake – we had to use our Fred fingers and phonological knowledge to reclaim the cakes! The children worked hard and were able to enjoy the treats in the end.

We had lots of fun learning about Lunar New Year, discovering how it’s celebrated and admiring beautiful decorations, dances, clothes and delicious looking food. We re-told the story of the animal race and were delighted to discover this year is the year of the dragon! The students made their own dragon puppets, using their cutting and sticking skills and following instructions carefully.

In maths, we had lots of fun with repeating patterns. The children practised their patterning skills by analysing, completing and making their own patterns. We read Pattern Fish by Trudy Harris and designed our own page for this beautifully illustrated book. You can support this learning by encouraging your child to make and identify patterns, naming the core (repeating part) of the pattern and creating patterns using sounds and body percussion. We even tried to record action patterns with mark making, agreeing on symbols that can represent the actions we used. The children really pushed themselves and did very well with this abstract and new to them type of mathematical thinking.

In phonics, we continued to practise each group’s sounds learnt this half term. The children have all been assessed and will start working in their new groups after the half-term holiday. More information will be sent out at the start of the new half-term but if you have any questions please let us know!

Lastly, just a quick reminder to name all of your child’s belongings. Please avoid using initials – children often leave their jumpers in other areas of the school and it can be difficult to reunite them with their lost property when not labelled with names.

We wish you a fun and restful holiday and look forward to seeing all the children back on Monday, 26th February

Week beginning 5th February 2024

The weeks seem to be flying by! We can’t believe there is only one more week until half term! We have had another super week in Reception this week. We have continued our learning about Space and this week we have focused on the moon landings. In our first PKC session this week, we learned about Apollo 11 and how Neil Armstrong was the first man on the moon. The children enjoyed watching some video clips of Neil walking on the moon and we saw how he put a flag on the moon.  The children thought it was funny that he bounced along the moon saying “hippety hoppity” and loved re-enacting this in their play. The children then imagined they were astronauts going on an adventure to the moon and thought about how they would feel and things they might see on their adventure to the moon. The children then had a go at drawing a picture of them as an astronaut on the moon and writing a sentence to caption this picture. The children have been working really hard to use their fred fingers and sound mats to support them when writing. Well done Reception!

In maths this week, we have started a new unit around measurement. Our focus this week has been on length. The children this week have been learning the concept of 'long' and 'short' and comparing items to see which is the longest or shortest. The children have spent lots of the week having a go at comparing and measuring objects ensuring that the objects are lined up against a baseline to ensure it is a fair comparison. We have also looked at non-standard units to measure using things like  cubes. We have also introduced the concept of height to the children. Next week, we will continue to consolidate our learning about length and height.

This week, our focus text has been Aliens Love Underpants! We have spent the week learning the story carefully and focusing on some key vocabulary from the text words such as: daring, squeeze, lurks, blame and delight. We have thought about what these words mean and used some role play to pretend to be the aliens and use some of these words in context.

In music this week, we have been experimenting with Chrome Music lab and using the song maker feature. We had lots of fun as a class investigating different rhythms and beats and introducing a range of different instruments to create songs. The children really enjoyed experimenting with different rhythms and using their bodies to try to keep the beat. The children really enjoyed using this as a class and we thought we would share the link in case they would like to have a go at home: https://musiclab.chromeexperiments.com/Song-Maker

In Phonics this week, the children have continued to learn and consolidate sounds in their groups. We would encourage you to check the links that Mrs Harrison sends out so your child can consolidate their learning. The children are becoming more confident to use the sounds that they know to write simple words or phrases and we would encourage you to really encourage your child to have a go at this using their 'Fred Fingers' to help them to segment words before writing them down. Next week, Mrs Harrison will re assess the children to check their progress. There may be some slight changes to the Phonics groups after half term based on these assessments.

Have a lovely weekend!

Reception Team


Week beginning 29th January 2024

Our alien adventure continued this week, with sightings of Al (the children are very good at spotting him in various places, even on the roof!) and yucky discoveries. As it turned out, Al is allergic to human biscuits and felt poorly after stealing some form the staff room... The children decided to write him lots of notes, warning him not to eat any of the human food in school, asking him for recipes from planet Kloom and telling him more about themselves. Some of the pupils suspect the unidentified object that crashed in the classroom might be a part of the International Space Station. Perhaps AL was trying to set up his home on ISS before crashing on Earth. We worked hard investigating and used our best writing to communicate with the unexpected visitor. 

In PKC, we enjoyed learning about stars, constellations and galaxies. The children were fascinated by the size of the Milky Way galaxy and the number of planets and stars within it. We created beautiful galaxies using paint and a variety of resources. We then looked at constellations and made constellations using stickers and mark making. The children had a go at representing the Cygnus, Orion, Cassiopeia and their own, imaginary constellations. 

In maths, we went back to addition represented on a part-whole model, this time working with numbers up to 10. The students became very good at combining two groups to find the whole, identifying the parts and the whole on models presented in different orientations, as well as partitioning numbers in all the possible ways. You can support this learning at home by providing a variety of sets of items for children to sort into two parts. Encourage your child to count how many in each part, then recount to find how many altogether. 

In phonics, we carried on learning and securing Set 1 or set 2 sounds in small groups. To support your child's learning, you can encourage them to write as many sounds, words and phrases as they can independently when having a go at writing tasks at home. Ask them to use the 'Fred fingers' and say all the sounds (syllables for long words) before writing the word. You will be sent sound mats used in school, you can print them and have them handy to help your child check letter formation and build their independence in writing. 

Lastly, we had lots of fun in art this week, learning about Jackson Pollock and creating our own large scale drip and splash painting masterpiece. It was fun to use gravity to help us produce art and the children really enjoyed having a (messy) go at dripping, splattering and flicking the paint like Pollock!

Have a lovely, relaxing weekend.

Week beginning 22nd January 2024

Wow, what a busy week in Reception! Miss Clayton and Mrs Mickleburgh had a surprise this week when they arrived at school on Monday we saw that an alien spaceship had crash landed through the ceiling! The children investigated what had happened and saw the ceiling tiles had been broken. They couldn’t see any sign of an alien but they did find a letter… this letter explained that Al the alien had crash landed and he had no idea where he was or if we were kind. The children have spent the week writing letters back to Al to reassure him we are kind and we can help him!

This week in PKC, we have continued our topic of Space. This week we have focused on the solar system and we have been learning more about each of the planets. We learnt that Jupiter is the biggest planet and it has a huge swirling storm which has been raging for many years! The children also learned the order of the planets from the planet closest to the sun (Mercury) to the furthest planet from the sun (Neptune). The children have really enjoyed learning about the features of each planet and we particularly enjoyed listening to this song https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mQrlgH97v94 . We would encourage you to ask your children about the planets as we are sure they would love to share some of the facts they have learned with you.

In Phonics, the children have continued to work hard in their groups. We would encourage you to check your emails where you will find the information and links relevant to your child’s group.

In Maths this week, we have been focusing on comparing numbers within 10. We have built on our understanding from previous units of the meaning of more and fewer. This week we have had a particular focus on comparing groups of objects where the objects differ in size. This can be quite a tricky concept but the children have really enjoyed using their verbal reasoning to explain how they know which group has more.

In Music this week, the children listened to Holst’s The Planets and responded with movement to how they think each of the planets would move. They really enjoyed this activity and this built on our prior learning in the week where we had learned lots of the features of each planet!

We look forward to welcoming you on Monday for our parent share. Have a lovely weekend.

Reception Team

Week beginning 15th January 2024

We had a week full of new learning and explorations. The children really enjoyed finding out about life on the International Space Station and learning about achievements of famous astronauts, such as Tim Peake and Mae Jamison. If you would like to share some of this learning with your child, there’s a wealth of interesting resources online. We shares some of the videos from ISS, such as this lesson with Tim Peake or this tour of the ISS.

In Art, we looked at how F. Hundertwasser used line in his artwork and tried to recreate some of his famous ‘lollipop trees’ using straight and curved lines and exploring watercolours and oil pastels. The children spent a long time representing their take on Hundertwasser’s artwork and we are looking forward to displaying their imaginative creations in the classroom.  

In PSHE, we enjoyed our second lesson of Jigsaw’s Dreams and Goals unit. We discussed our experiences of trying hard when working towards a planned outcome and the pupils had a chance to tell us about a time they didn’t give up until they achieved their goal. You can support this important learning at home by providing children with age appropriate problems to overcome in play (i.e. construction) and in everyday tasks.

In phonics, each group continued to work on securing next sounds and reading the books. You can find the information and links relevant to your child’s group in the weekly phonics update emailed on Fridays.

In maths, we secured counting up to 10 objects and pictures, we practised representing numbers up to 10 in a variety of ways, including on 10-frames, and we explored composition of numbers 9 and 10. The children were building their reasoning and problem solving skills when working out the number on the 10-frame without counting each object. We practised explaining our thinking verbally, i.e. I know there are 9 counters on the ten frame because I can see one gap and 9 is one less than 10. You can help your child count fluently by counting forwards and backwards from 10, as well as counting to 10 from a given number (4,5,6…etc).

We finished the week by watching the amazing talent show planned and organised by the Red House captains to raise money for charity. Well done Red house, it was a fun afternoon.

Have a lovely weekend!

Week beginning 8th January 2024

Wow what a busy start to the half term! This week, we have started our new topic all about Space and we have kicked off our topic by learning about the Earth. The children have learnt that the Earth is one of the planets and is where we live, we have talked about how the Earth has land and sea and air for us to breathe. We have looked briefly at the solar system and particularly looked at the sun and how the earth orbits the sun which in turn means we get day time and night time. . The children found it really interesting that in some places on earth it is night time when we are at school! We will look at the solar system in more detail in week 3. In our second PKC session this week, we learned all about astronomers and how they use telescopes to look at the stars and space. We learned about two astronomers from the past: Galileo and Caroline Herschel and learned all about how they made amazing discoveries. The children thought of questions they would like to ask an astronomer and had some fabulous ideas! Next week, we will be learning all about Astronauts.


Before Christmas, the children were re-assessed by Mrs Harrison. Therefore, your child’s phonics group may have changed slightly. The children should know which group they are in. If you are unsure listed below are the groups with the adult that teaches the group. Please check the email from Mrs Harrison each week to watch the videos of the sounds and reinforce the learning from the previous week. Ditty/Red and Green group will bring home a new book every 3 days. These can be returned when your child has read the book a few times and you are finished with it. If you have any further questions about Phonics please ask us.


Group B-Miss Clayton

Group C-Miss Geraty

Ditty/Red-Mrs Mickleburgh

Green-Mrs Williams


In Maths this week, we have been learn to count up to 8 objects and show numbers up to 8 using concrete representations, including the ten frame. We have spent lots of time exploring a ten frame understanding there are 10 spaces and particularly consolidating it doesn’t matter if we move the counters to a different place in our ten frame it will still be the same amount. Next week, we will move onto consolidating our understanding of 9 and 10.


In PSHE this week, we have started a new whole school approach to PSHE with a new scheme called Jigsaw. Each year group has a puzzle piece friend and we met our friend this week named Jigsaw Jenie who you may hear the children talking about. This half term, every year group across the school will be focusing on Dreams and Goals. We started our first lesson exploring challenge and how we can overcome barriers when we find things tricky. As part of each lesson, we have a focus on mindfulness and have ‘calm me time’ where we spent time practising deep breaths and listen to a chime. The children really enjoyed our first session and we are looking forward to our next lesson!


In Art this week, we looked at line. We looked at different types of line: straight, curved, dashed and dotted. We listened to the story… and then we had a go at using different types of line to create our own piece of art work. We then challenged the children to colour in each section a different colour without crossing over the lines. The children did a great job and we have some lovely art work to display!


Have a lovely weekend and we look forward to another busy and fun filled week next week!


Reception Team

Week Commencing 1st January 2024

We were very pleased to welcome the children back after the much needed break. They all settled well and approached new learning with excitement and positivity. The students had lots of fun playing together and spending time with their friends, telling each other about their experiences from the holiday and the gifts they received. 

Although a very short week, it has been a busy one - we did lots of letter formation and writing practice, we joined two assemblies, shared stories and non-fiction books and enjoyed physical activities such as yoga and jogging as part of daily mile. 

We look forward to starting our new topic on Monday - we will be learning about Space!

Please note, our PE and library days remain unchanged with library on Tuesdays and PE on Fridays. 

Have a fun weekend!