Welcome to our Class Page
Class One is a busy, fun and lively classroom to be in and we have lots of grown-ups to help with our learning. Mrs Curtis and Mrs Barratt are the class teachers and we have lots of teaching assistants to help us throughout the week. Mrs Curtis works on a Mon, Tues and Wed and Mrs Barratt on a Thurs and a Fri. The photographs below show all of our smiley faces, ready to welcome and help you.
Autumn Term Two Week 3
Everyone has been so kind in Class One this week! This was our theme for the week in support of National Anti-Bullying Week running alongside our ongoing topic of materials. The children all thought about how they could be kind to each other and we saw lots of sharing, turn taking and using kind words all week. We made a beautiful display of kindness hearts describing the kind behaviour that we all show to others.
We were also busy building houses this week using construction kits, lolly sticks and playdough and our outdoor crates and guttering. We talked about all of the different features our homes needed and the materials that we would use to build them. Thank you for continuing to upload ECaT tasks to Tapestry, we really enjoy sharing the work that our children have completed at home.
Autumn Term Two Week Two
There was lots happening again this week in Class One. We learnt about why people have been wearing poppies this week and the children painted and labelled their own poppies. We enjoyed learning about Diwali and the story of Rama and Sita and the children used craft materials to make their own diva lamp with Miss Goold. Thank you for the money raised on Friday for Children in Need. The children loved the cookies and enjoyed being able to wear their own clothes to school to help to raise money for children who need it.
Autumn Term Two Week One
Well done Class One! We have had a fantastic first week back after half term and have been very busy. The children were full of tales of their half term adventures and thank you so much for sharing these on Tapestry. It really boosts the children to see their photos on our interactive board and their confidence at sharing experiences with the class is wonderful. We have listened to stories about Bonfire Night, completed creative activities, ordered firework numerals, danced outside with our sparklers and learnt about onomatopoeia writing words like pop, bang and hiss to describe the noises fireworks make. Please take a few minutes to look at our medium term plans for this term
and our class newsletter so we can keep you as up to date as possible. Thanks
Hi everyone, I hope you have had a good half term break. Just to remind you that school is closed to children tomorrow as the staff have an Inset day. We will see you all on Tuesday 3rd November!
Half Term Holidays!
Well done everyone! We have completed our first term in school for this academic year and what a busy term it has been. All the Class One grown-ups are very proud of all the wonderful things you have achieved so far. Lots of friendships have been made and everyone has made huge progress with their learning. We have had a great time in school this week with our Halloween theme. We have practised cutting and threading for Funky Fingers, counting eyeballs and spiders and finding the numerals, wonderful writing for our spells and there have been lots of flying wizards and potion making witches in our outdoor area. We have uploaded some activities that you may enjoy doing with your mice over the holidays. Mrs Barratt is going to take Maurice out and about to keep him busy during the holidays. We hope that you all have a very happy half term and stay safe.
Love the Class one Team xxx
Autumn Term One Week 4
Another great week in Class One! The children are all now used to our morning routine and are becoming much more independent putting their belongings away and washing their hands on arrival. We are now able to complete our morning tasks and are enjoying listening to the Numberblocks number formation song each morning. We have had lots of lovely ECaT work and so our board is filling up nicely with photographs of the children's work at home. Thank you for your support with this. It is lovely to listen to the children describing the work they have shared with their grown-ups. We have enjoyed learning about Autumnal weather this week and making wind streamers and watching bubbles blow away! PE was fun in the sunshine on Tuesday and the Year One children were great at switching on the laptop computers and logging on independently. Well done everybody!
Autumn Term One Week 3
The children have continued to come into school well and are now settled into familiar routines. We have had a great week learning about seasons. The children painted a picture of a tree in their favourite season and we had fun on our first 'hunt for signs of autumn.' The children are enjoying their Phonics and Maths sessions and all children now have a reading pack to practise reading at home. Please ensure that these packs are in school each day so we can use every opportunity available to listen to the children read.
A huge thank you to those children who have already completed ECaT tasks. The photographs that you have uploaded onto Tapestry were shared in class, and the children proudly talked about the work they had completed at home. I have printed the photographs so the children's work is on display in the classroom. It is also lovely to see the observations that parents are posting on Tapestry so thank you for that too. If anyone is experiencing problems with logging onto Tapestry, please let me know.
Just to remind those parents who have been dropping children at 9.00 or 9.05, we are now asking for these children to arrive at 8.55. The children are now confident with the morning drop off and we can start our morning learning that bit sooner. Thanks.
Autumn Term One Week Two
This has been our first full week in school and the children have continued to impress us. We are very pleased with how quickly they are learning the new routines and how well they are all settling. This week we have been focusing on Well-being and have enjoyed reading 'The Colour Monster' and discussing things that make us happy. The children have all painted their own colour monster and have described his feelings and why he is feeling that way.
Tapestry is now up and running and so I hope all parents have been able to access this and see personal observations of your children playing with their new friends. This also includes our Year One children as we have extended Tapestry to our Year One children this year. Therefore your accounts from last year are still active.
I appreciate how hard it is not to be able to have a quick chat each morning and if you have any concerns, please do email Vicky or myself or ring the office and we will get back to you.
Each Friday I will update this page and upload the new ECaT tasks for the week. If you complete any work at home, please upload photographs and an explanation onto Tapestry and then we will encourage the children to share this work with their peers.
Well Done Class One!
All the grown ups in Class One are so proud of our new children and our returning Year One children. Everyone has been very brave and so kind to each other! We have played beautifully and made lots of new friends. We worked hard to complete our Take One Picture project and this is on display in our classroom. Thank you for all your lovely smiles and hard work.
Welcome to Class One!
Hi all, we are really looking forward to welcoming everyone to Class One on Thursday. If it's your first day at school or your first day back in a very long time, please don't worry we will have lots of fun together. To help you get ready I have made a powerpoint presentation to show you some photographs of the classroom and what it looks like in school.
Don't forget to bring your mice. We can't wait to meet them all and hear about the adventures you have had over the Summer!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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