Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th July
Good morning everyone,
What another super week we have had. It has been lovely to see most of you in school this week, it was great hearing how you have been getting on and seeing your lovely faces! You are all doing so well and working very hard on all the activities that have been set. There were also lots of lovely posts of all the activities you tried last weekend. Well done for being super Tiggers and trying hard even when things are a bit tricky! Now it is the weekend and we thought you might like some more ideas of what you could get up to both inside and out. These are added below for you, they won't be posted on Seesaw this weekend as very soon you will all be added to your new year two Seesaw accounts.
I would like to say thank you to all of you for all your support in delivering home learning to the children and it's been absolute delight teaching all of you.
Have an amazing summer holidays and I will look forward to seeing you again in September.
Stay safe and have lots of fun
Miss Jackson and Mrs Tungate 😀😀
Friday 17th July
Happy Friday Hedgehogs,
Well done all of you for posting so much amazing work on Seesaw yesterday. You had a great deal of fun with drawing your music annotation. Some of you chose feet, hands or even a pencil as your musical instrument and you showed how the music got louder and softer. For Maths you drew your own pirate maps and decided where the treasure will be. You had some lovely memories of your time at Marnel Infant School which you told us about. Super work everybody.
So today is Friday and we would like you to try these two activities which are Literacy and Maths. For Literacy today, we would like you to tell us a little more about your favourite memory either by a drawing or a collage or a video talking about it. We are looking forward to seeing or hearing more about your memories. In Maths today, we would like you to look at the map and explain whether WILF is correct or not.
Remember to look on the school website to see which class Tigger is going to this week.
Remember to send your teacher a list of how many times you have read so we can count up and see if you have achieved an award. Look on the website and see if you have achieved an award for reading this week. Well done to you all for all your achievements.
Enjoy your day today and post as many pictures or videos on Seesaw as you can so we can see what fun you have had and what you've been doing.
Remember to stay safe and look after yourselves, have fun and always listen carefully to everything your adult tells you.
We hope to see you soon and we miss you all.
Miss Jackson and Mrs Tungate :)
Welcome to our class page. Here you will find general information as well as us keeping you updated with what we have been learning and doing in and out of class.
Tuesday is library day so please bring books in school ready to change.
Wednesday is PE day, please bring a PE kit complete with plimsoles/trainers in at the beginning of term and we will send them home for a wash at the end of each half term.
Friday is Forest School, which we do in all weathers, so please bring in suitable outdoor clothing.
We have had a lovely week celebrating all things ‘Mary Poppins’ as part of our book week activities. The children have enjoyed writing stories and creating Mary Poppins themed puppets as well as our exciting visit from an author/illustrator. The costumes were amazing on our dress up day and the children enjoyed sharing their characters and books with the class.
Children in Need 2019
All the children made a huge effort to support Children in Need by coming into school wearing pyjamas. They had lots of fun doing a range of activities.
This week we had a visit from the Fire Service this week who talked to the children about fire safety with the children. They learnt lots of information and enjoyed meeting firefighter Tracey.
Last week the children had dance every afternoon exploring different movements to represent fire. They created some wonderful routines and really enjoyed the week.
The children came back after to play to find the classroom had been messed up by a mystery thing! This week we will be learning all about ‘Where the wild things are’. The children will be writing stories.
The children have settled really well and are adapting to the way Year One works. They have enjoyed exploring their new classroom and learning about ‘The Great Fire of London’.