Hello and welcome to R1's class web page
Mrs Eden and Mrs Hales
and of course, our class of 30 children.
General class information
PE takes place on a Tuesday morning
Water bottles (plain water only) and school book bags should be brought to school everyday
All school clothing including pumps should be named
We enter and exit school through the double blue doors
Handwriting homework will be given out every Friday to be returned on Monday
Please spend at least 5 minutes every night hearing your child read.
Our class topic this term is 'Magical Me'.
The children will learning all about themselves, their friends and their family.
Please read our class newsletters to find out what the children will be learning
about in each mini topic and the ways in which you can help at home.
Thank you to Sharon from ASDA for coming into R1 this afternoon.
The children tasted a variety of fruits and afterwards talked about their favourite
fruits and why they liked them.
On Friday 20th October we are going on a school trip to The Atkinson Theatre to watch a play all about 'Handa's Surprise' which links to our literacy theme in class. The children are to wear their school uniform and bring a small backpack for their lunch.
Dates for your diary....
Parents Evening - Wednesday 8th November 3.30-7.00pm.
Our Christmas Party is on Thursday 14th December. Children may come to school dressed in their party clothes.
R1 Christmas Concert 'Tinsel' - Friday 8th December at 10am.
2 tickets only per family and yes, you can take photographs and a video of the play providing that the photographs are for your viewing only. We kindly ask that you do not post any visual evidence onto social media websites for privacy reasons. Please respect individual family circumstances.
Christmas Craft Afternoon - Parents or grandparents are very welcome to come along and join us in R1 for our Christmas craft session. See our letter for further details.
Term finishes on Wednesday 20th December at 2pm.
Our class topic this half term is 'Winter'.
The children will be learning about the season of winter and
the changes that occur at this time of year. They will be finding out about animals that hibernate during the winter and how animals stay warm. They will look at globes, atlases and the internet to find out about animals that live in the Arctic and Antarctica. They will carry out science experiments that encourage the children to predict what will happen and why and then to talk about their findings. And finally, they will create winter themed art work through drawing, painting, paper sculpting and sewing.
Please read the topic newsletter to see in greater detail what the children will be learning about through each mini-topic.