with Class Teacher - Miss.Erroi
Learning Support Assistant - Miss.Roberts
Class Pet Friend - Doogie
The Virtues and Values for this half term are eloquent and truthful.
We are growing to be eloquent and truthful in what we say of ourselves, the relation between others and the world around us.
Our class saint is St. Andrew, the patron saint of Scotland. We think about how we can be kind to others and spread Gods love the way that he did.
This term in R.E, we are learning about ‘Creation’. This unit will develop the children’s appreciation of themselves and the world around them as part of God’s Creation. The children will be sequencing the story of Creation and reflecting on the need to thank and praise God for his many gifts. We will then move on to the topic of ‘Families and Celebration’ and develop the children’s knowledge and understanding of what it means to belong to, and celebrate as, a family.
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.
CRASH, BANG, BOOM, SPLAT, Miss. Erroi would like to WELCOME YOU BACK!
I hope that you have all had a fun and fantastic summer holiday and look forward to all of the exciting challenges that lie ahead of us as little Superheroes in training.
We are making a ‘super’ start to our first term in Year 1 with our ‘Superheroes’ topic. KAPOW! Intergalactic greetings, young heroes. It’s time to rescue the planet from evil villains. Maybe your heroes are ordinary people who have achieved great things. Or is it those people who save lives in our emergency services that you admire the most?
Superheroes have super senses. Use yours to identify mystery items by their smell, taste, sound and touch.
The Human Body is our Science focus for this term. We will be looking closely at the strength and muscular power a Superhero needs in order to be and stay fit, strong and healthy. We will focus on healthy eating as well as learn about our five senses: taste, smell, hearing, touch, sight.
* Named water bottle
*Reading book and diary all daily please.
Reading with your child 3 times a week or more and recording in their diary will earn your child a sticker on the reading chart! J
If you feel as though your child can read their book please spend a little more time re-reading it to make sure they are able to read each sentence with expression and fluency.
English and Maths books are given out on a Friday and need to be returned on the following Thursday with one page in both books completed.
Yellow spelling books need to be returned each Monday ready for the new spellings of the week.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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