Academic Year 2019-2020
Autumn Term 2019
Class 1 has pupils from Reception to Year 2. The teacher is Mrs Allen, supported by Mrs Tully and Miss Cason. The school topic for this term is ‘Blue Planet’.
Please click on the link to see an overview of our learning for this term.
Snapshots of Learning
Children in Class 1 were presented with some curious objects and had to work out what they could be used for….
Monday 16th September
The whole school, together with Burston Primary, visited the Sea Life Centre at Hunstanton. The children had a wonderful look at the huge variety of animals, including hundreds of different types of fish, seals, penguins, sharks, anemones and a turtle. The children also had a classroom session where they were able to stroke a starfish and handle a number of different objects, including shark egg cases.
Our classroom is reflecting our ‘Blue Planet’ topic…
Our time to remember.
Spring Term 2020
In Class 1, our topic for the first half of the spring term is ‘Family Album’ and for the 2nd half of the spring term it is ‘The Farm Shop’.
Class 1 have been enjoying looking at photographs of themselves as babies, as part of the family album of the class!
School Closure Resources for Class 1
As mentioned in newsletters, we will be using ‘Class Dojo’ for you to access resources. The intention is not that everyone will do everything but rather there is work for the children to do in a way that suits the family circumstances. If you have any trouble accessing Class Dojo then please email the school office: this will be monitored regularly and hopefully we will be able to deal with any problems you have.
There are a number of good websites with lots and lots of free resources on there. As with any of them, the best way to use them is to pick and choose things that will help and engage the children. A starting point of course is to look at resources aimed at your child’s age ie EYFS (reception), Year 1 or Year 2.
www.twinkl.co.uk is offering access to a huge range of resources for free. There is guidance and support on how to use this.
www.primaryresources.co.uk has lots of resources, divided up into subjects