Welcome to Class R/1M
We are the rabbits class.
Our Class page will give you lots of information about what is going on in school. This term our topic is Patterns!
Reception & Year 1: Welcome back parents and pupils and Happy New Year! This term we will be focusing on 'Patterns' and for all the first half term we will be focusing on the book 'Meerkat Mail'. This will then lead us to look at African; music, patterns and Art. We will also be doing writing about the story! Such as writing descriptions of meerkats, postcards, story maps, lists and lots more.
Year 1: This term we will be learning all about patterns as explained above. We will be exploring further into Africa and looking at its climate, seasons, population and some of its other features. We will also be looking at other countries and comparing them to see where the best place for the main character 'Sunny' is to go on holiday. We will continue to study the continents and oceans as well as the UK's capital cities. There will be lots of DT and Art this term so we ca explore all different patterns from the environment and from different animals. We will focus on African Tribal patterns and will make our own patterns which we will print onto fabric and then sew to make a bag!
There's lots to look forward to this term!
Miss O'Neil is the Early Years Practitioner who helps in our class.
Miss Guntrip will be in our class for English.
PE is on a THURSDAY afternoon.
On a Monday afternoon the children will be taught by Miss Porter.
Reception and Year 1: It is essential that you hear your child 3x a week and record it in their diary. Not only does this earn them individual certificates and class rewards but develops their reading fluency, spelling, reading comprehension, phonics skills as well as a passion for reading. Read to succeed.
Year 1: Homework will be given on a Friday and will need handing in the following Wednesday, along with their reading books and reading records to be changed. In Year 1 Maths cards and spellings are also introduced and these need to be practiced at home and recorded in homework books.
If you need any more information, please do not hesitate to contact myself or school directly.