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Welcome to Class 1

 

A warm welcome to Joshua who joined us last half term and to Jemima, who has joined us this half term - we know that you will soon make lots of new friends here at Welshampton School. 

   

Mrs Peile and Miss Jones are privileged to teach Class 1 which comprises 11 Reception, 10 Year 1, and 7 Year 2 children.   

 

Mrs Peile is in school on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday and Miss Jones teaches in Class 1 each Thursday and Friday. 

 

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 and Mrs Richardson.

 

PE for the second half of the summer term continues each Tuesday.  We are pleased to advise that sports coach James Wodja is again working with the children to help enhance their skills in Physical Education and Physical Development.

 

Well done to all of the Year 2 children who completed their KS1 SATs during May and to the Year 1 children who have participated in their Phonics Screening.  We are very proud of how hard you all tried in these.  

 

The children continue to work enthusiastically in class and have a busy, but enjoyable final half term ahead.  In addition to a visit from a children's author, we also have sports day and participating in the summer production to look forward to.

 

Should you require any further details regarding any aspect of your child's education, then please feel free to come in and have a chat with one of our team - we are happy to help. 

 

 

 

Year 2 SATs - May 2019

Spring 2019 Timetable - 2nd Half Term

Long Term Planning 2018 - 2019

Class one timetable summer 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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