Owls Class - Reception - Yr 1
Owls class teacher is Mrs Nicholls
Teaching Assistant are - Mrs Glover, Mrs Austen, Mrs Thurston and Mrs Buttress
PE Days are Wednesday and Thursday
Woodlands visits are Friday afternoons
Stars Class have been enjoying computing and the reception children have been using the Beebots. The children in Year 1 were using the I Pads and writing algorithms to make a Beebot follow a given path. They were also able to debug their algorithms when they weren’t correct.
Bee-Bot is an exciting robot designed for use by young children. This colorful, easy-to-operate, and friendly little robot is a perfect tool for teaching sequencing, estimation, problem-solving, and just having fun!
Stars class continue to enjoy their gymnastics lessons and were excited to get the ropes out on Tuesday. They also enjoyed using instruments in their music lesson.
After the disappointment of the trip being cancelled we tried to make the day eventful and we enjoyed making passports and getting on board an aeroplane on Thursday morning for Kenya. One of the children said it was the best day ever.
Archie was our Pilot
We have now dedicated our Home Corner to a cabin
Happy New Year and welcome back to school.
The children have been very busy during the last few days with work based on books by Eric Carle and Bill Martin Jr.
They enjoyed listening to and reciting Brown Bear Brown Bear What do you see?
This week they have been using the text Polar Bear Polar Bear What do you hear?
The children have watched clips of Eric Carle creating his art work using collage. They are very eager to start creating their own collages! Watch this space!
from all in Stars class
The children have continued their work based on Bumpus Jumpus Dinosaurumpus.
They have explored the ways the dinosaurs moved in the story and thought about the sounds they might make too.
They used this to create their own poems about the dinosaurs. Look out for a selection of them in our class assembly next week.
In maths the children have continued to work on fractions, sharing amounts fairly and choosing the resources they would use to help them solve problems. It was great to see the children discussing and evaluating their ideas and approaches together.
In art the children have continued to use the skills they have learnt in mixing colours.