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Welcome to Class 1!

 

Happy 2018 and welcome back to school for a New Year; we trust you all had a fantastic  Christmas.  A great big  hello to Darcie who joins us in Reception.  We hope you quickly settle in to our school and that you will soon make lots of new friends here.

 

For this half term, children in Reception and Year 1 will continue to benefit from Forest School sessions on a Monday morning, whilst the whole class will take part in these each Friday morning.  Can we please remind parents to check that their child has sufficient warm / waterproof clothing available in school to help ensure they are comfortable during any inclement weather?  Thank you.

 

For the next 5 weeks, Reception children will be swimming  to help aid their Physical Development, whilst Year 1 and Year 2 children will be travelling to Criftins Primary School to participate in gymnastics for their PE lessons.   * * We ask that Year 1 and Year 2 children come into school each Tuesday morning already dressed in their PE kits please.  Thank you. * * 

 

Mrs Peile and Miss Jones continue to teach Class 1 which currently comprises 9 Reception, 9 Year 1 and 10 Year 2 children.  Miss Bear provides our PPA cover. 

 

Mrs Peile is in school on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.  Miss Jones teaches every Thursday and Friday.  Miss Bear will be in Class 1 on both a Wednesday afternoon and a Friday afternoon.

 

Class 1 is fortunate to be supported by the following fantastic Teaching Assistants who help to provide a nurturing, responsive environment for our pupils:

 

Ms Evans, Mrs Richardson, Mrs Edge and Mrs Humphreys.

 

 

 

Long Term Planning 2017 - 2018

Forest School Session 9th May 2017

 

Forest School Session 5th April 2017

 

Forest School Session 10th January 2017

As usual, we had an action packed, fun-filled Forest School session this week.  In Science we are busily learning about the Weather.  We decided that we would make equipment to help us record our observations, so whilst outdoors we worked hard to construct rain gauges and weather vanes.  In order to test which direction the wind was blowing in, we used balloons, flags and kites and then checked our results using compasses.  In addition, we used thermometers to check the air temperature.

 

Take a look at our photographs to spot the other fun activities that we participated in! 

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