with Class Teacher - Miss.Erroi
Learning Support Assistant - Miss.Roberts
Class Pet Friend - Doogie
The Virtues and Values for this half term are attentive and discerning.
We are growing to be attentive to our talents and think about how we can use them in our learning experiences; and discerning about the choices we make and the effects that those choices have on others.
Our class saint is St. Andrew, the patron saint of Scotland. We continue to think about how we can be kind to others and spread Gods love the way that he did.
On Wednesday 17th February 2021, we entered into the liturgical season of Lent. We begin our Lent topic this week, to develop the children’s knowledge and understanding of Lent as a time of change and of growing to be more like Jesus by following his example. We will explore various aspects of Jesus’ message and ways in which Christians can apply these to
real life situations.
We will then move onto ‘Easter’, a unit designed to develop the children’s knowledge and understanding of the season of Easter as a celebration of the Resurrection of Jesus. This unit focuses on the importance of the Resurrection and its message.
Each week, a child who has been noticed for displaying beautiful behaviour and well-presented hard work throughout each school day will be rewarded with our class friend Doogie. In normal circumstances, this would mean that Doogie is sent to your home for a weekend adventure however, due to covid-19 safety precautions, I will not be sending Doogie to homes until it is a safer time to do so. Instead, your child will be rewarded with a Doogie certificate/star prize and celebration in class.
Year 1 are now tiptoeing into our new topic ‘The Enchanted Woodland’. If you go down to the woods today, you’re sure of a BIG surprise! Foxes and badges, voles and mice, beady-eyed owls in the swaying tree tops. Beneath the leaves are tiny footprints…animal or imp? You decide!
What can you find?
Can you match a leaf to its tree?
Can you match a petal to its flower?
Let’s build a den, stick by stick and branch by branch. Or we could make a teeny tiny home for a woodland fairy!
Then let’s party down in the woods with Mr.Fox and all his friends. We’d better not get lost…let’s leave a trail of conkers as we go! At last, it’s time to rest by the woodland fire, listening to stories and toasting our sweet, gooey marshmallows. Yum, yum!
In science we will continue to learn about plants and understand that plants are a living organism through photosynthesis.
Hi Parents and Year 1,
Welcome back to Spring 2 after what I hope was a restful half term break. We are continuing to learn from home for the time being. Please remember to log into Microsoft Teams to find PowerPoint teaching slides and other teaching videos uploaded in the relevant subject channel, and activities to complete/be returned in assignments.
Please join me on Monday mornings at 9am for our live story session.
Thank you in advance for your patience and commitment to virtual learning.
Kind regards, Miss. Erroi
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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