Our class teacher is called Miss L Johnson and our teaching assistant is called Mrs N Jackson.
We look forward to sharing our exciting news with you about all the fantastic things that happen in our class.
Here are a few things you might like to know about our class:
Timetable - KS1 Autumn Term Timetable
- PE is on a Wednesday, so please ensure your child comes to school wearing their PE kit. Remove all jewellery before PE lessons. Each child is expected to have a PE kit in line with the school uniform policy.
- Homework is handed out on a Friday and returned the following Wednesday.
- Weekly spellings tested on a Friday.
- Daily reading - It is important that your child reads aloud every day and we encourage you to share discussions about the child's reading book to improve comprehension skills.
- Daily Number Bonds - It is important that your child has a good recall of number facts in order to support their calculation skills. Please can you ensure your child practices their current set of number bonds each day.
- Each week, your child will have a list of 10 spellings to practice and a Maths activity to complete. This needs to be returned by Wednesday.
- Sometimes our homework will be linked to our topic, such as a timeline, family tree, etc. These tasks will be sent home instead of the weekly Maths tasks.
Maths - Our current focus is Number and Place Value
Maths Yearly Overviews
Two-Year Topic Overview
Year 1 and 2 Topic Map (Currently Cycle A)
Common Exception Words
Below are a list of websites that will support your child's learning at home. Click on the image to visit the website.
Stars of the Week
In the 'Green Book of Achievements' this week, we had:
- Zach for working hard and always trying his best.
- Robyn for also working hard and always trying her best.
As a hook to our new topic on the Great Fire of London and for our new English unit on Instruction writing, we followed a recipe to bake our own bread rolls. We had to listen carefully to instructions in order to bake safely and hygienically. We collected vocabulary associated with recipes and instructions, such as adverbs of time and imperative verbs. We also used our senses to describe the bread rolls at each stage of the recipe. Whilst we waited for our turn to become a baker, we used our play-doh to experimented making different shaped bread rolls. We had lots of fun trying to copy the images. The plait was extremely challenging! Our classroom smelt like a bakery all day.
The History Man
As an introduction to our new topic on the Great Fire of London, the fabulous Mr Cadle, aka 'The History Man' visited us in school to bring our topic to life. He came dressed as a typical man from the 17th Century and he brought an array of artefacts and objects with him to show us what life was like in 1666 and how the fire started, spread and was finally extinguished. He is incredibly knowledgeable and it was a fantastic day for all. Mrs Jackson even got to ignite some gunpowder on our playground to show us how they used it to blow up the houses to stop the fire spreading. Watch the exciting video below.
We would like to say a massive thank you to Mr Cadle for sharing all of his knowledge and artefacts with us.