Welcome back everybody, I hope you had a safe and restful Easter Holidays, enjoying the gradual easing of lockdown. :) Summer Term is brilliant term for Year One. As the weather improves, we find more opportunities to take our learning outside, and have various exciting 'remote' trips planned, all from the comfort and safety of our classroom.
P.E. will continue to be on a Friday, and Phonics Books and Reading Records will continue to be sent home regularly, so please ensure your child comes to school with a named Bookbag.
As always, we are making a real push for Phonics this term, and reading at home is a fundamental part of that. If you require the Username and Password for the OxfordOwl Reading Tree website, please let me know.
Please let me know if you need anything.
Miss Khan :)
There are Dragons on the loose! Upon discovering some Dragon Eggs in school, Year One have thrown themselves into the brilliant project of creating their own dragons! Looking at appearance, diet and habitat - we have been using our ICT skills learnt whilst remote learning to help create our Dragon profiles. Here are some snippets!
Hello everyone! As of the announcement on Monday 22nd February, all students are due back into school on Monday 8th March.
It will be wonderful to safely open our doors to everybody again. Regimented safety measures will remain in place; such as bubbles, regular cleaning of equipment, and washing our hands frequently.
We will also have to work closely with children to re-establish school routines and expectations, ensuring they are nurtured and carefully guided in the transition from remote leaning to learning from school, as we cannot under estimate the gravity of the shift this will mean for some students. We cannot wait to have you all back!
Our Topic this Term is Poles Apart. It will be looking at the Arctic regions and focusing on the weather, the animals and their habitats.
In Maths we are looking as Measuring, both in terms of length and height, and then latterly looking at volume and mass.
In English we will be using our Phonics Knowledge to look at writing Postcards, from the North Pole
Our PE lessons will continue to be on Wednesday and Friday, so please ensure your child has their kit with them on those days.
As home times can often be busy, please feel free to email me at email@example.com if you ever want to ask a question or discuss something.
Spring 2 could be the best term yet!
Miss Khan :)