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Class 1

Welcome to Class 1.

 

You can view our long term planning here: Class 1 Long Term Plan

And our latest Curriculum newsletter is available here: 

Spring 2017 Class 1 Curriculum Newsletter

Autumn 2016 Curriculum Newsletter

Our Timetable

Every day in the morning we do the register, phonics, literacy, guided reading and numeracy. My favourite lesson is numeracy and Read Write Inc.  Every day we put up what we are going to do on the timetable. In the afternoon we have break, P.E and Science. We also do Topic, R.E, Art, computing, French, spellings and Music. On Friday afternoon we have Golden Time. We have collective worship every day.                                                                 (Written by Charlie and Ralph)

Funky Fingers

Funky Fingers is fun. Funky Fingers help our fingers get strong.  It helps your handwriting get better.

In Funky Fingers we time each other to put beads on strings, make patterns with pegs and with Playdoh we make our letters and numbers.                                        (Written by Lucy and Savannah)

Our Recycling Area

In class one, we have a recycling area. Class one can recycle paper, plastic and food waste. Class one recycle because it helps the environment. We have learnt a recycling song. If you don't recycle it goes to a land fill site.                                                                                           (Written by Amelia)

Our Rocket

 

We painted the Rocket blue. We did some numbers to put on it. We put some windows on it. We used some boxes and foil.                                                             (Written by Charlie, Holly and Holly)

Golden Time

We have golden time on Friday afternoon. There are 30 minutes in golden time. We have five golden rules and if you break a golden rule you lose five minutes of golden time. In golden time we get to choose what we do. We do art, sports, longer play times, baking and watch films.

                                                                                                               (Written by Tom and Toby)