Many parents have requested to come to the mini graduation ceremony of children due to start reception in September and the children who are moving into class 2 in September. We have listened to your requests and have decided to try and adapt the current plan to accommodate you. Therefore, if you would like to stay after dropping your child into class 1 on Tuesday 23rd July we will hold the mini graduation ceremony shortly after 9am once we have registered all children.
If your child does not usually attend on a Tuesday please feel free to bring them in for the ceremony.
We look forward to seeing you.
The Class 1 Team
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The sun shone and the children smiled. We had a wonderful time, putting our skills to the test in the morning and competing in traditional events in the afternoon. What a fitting way to mark the end of the term and the end of the year. Thank you to everyone, who came to cheer on and support all of the children.
The children in Cl2 have been thinking a lot about climate and how it affects the way we live and the problems that we need to solve. The children learnt this morning that the conditions at the time of The Great Fire of London were perfect for setting the city alight. This afternoon, they were finding out about Scott of the Antarctic and the conditions he and the team had to face, during their polar expedition. Check out their conscience corridor. I wonder if the children would make the decision to go on the same perilous journey???!!!
What an amazing re-enactment, today. I have to confess to being a bit nervous at the start, but is was excellent and all was well. The morning began with a visit from Teresa, a fire fighter, where the children’s understanding of the Great Fire was put to the test. The big burn followed- and what a spectacular inferno we were treated to. Many thanks to all of the parents, who worked as hard as their children to build the houses in the first place; and for coming along today to join in with the fun. It was wonderful to see so many of you. To finish the event, we were all treated to a delicious school lunch. Thanks to the kitchen staff for making this possible.
Class one have had a busy few weeks learning about dinosaurs, digging and more recently learning about minibeasts.
We have been digging for minibeasts:
We made ladybird biscuits:
We’ve been been explorers in our reading den:
Reception have learnt about doubling using ladybirds in maths:
We made some beautiful music!
We watched the older children launch rockets:
We learnt to tell the time:
We’ve practiced forming our letters and numbers:
…and we have shared lots of stories!
…and have done lots of investigating.
We have been so busy the term has flown by and the children have learnt so much, they’ve worked really hard and are a fantastic class! ☺