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Welcome back to Class 1 (Spring Term)


This term we will be learning about dinosaurs.  In literacy we will be looking at both fiction and non-fiction books.  We will be writing our own story about Harry and the Bucketful of Dinosaurs and creating a dinosaur fact-file. 


In maths we will recap on: place value, addition and subtraction, and then we will be moving on to multiplication  and division., through sharing and grouping.


In the afternoons we will focus on Science, Art, History and Geography. As part of this we will be making a volcano and watching it erupt. 


Our Science focus will be a  recap on habitats and then moving onto food chains. Naturally we will be exploring the seasons and looking at how things change with through the seasons.


Art will include sketches of dinosaurs, as well as exploring different types of media and materials.


Linking our History to our Topic will allow us to look at extinct animals such as the woolly mammoth. Geography will focus on the four countries in the UK, where we live and where dinosaurs would have lived during the Ice Age.


On a Wednesday morning we will have a outdoor learning session where the children will need to wear old clothes into school and bring their uniform in a bag. 


Thursday afternoon, Mrs Bray will continue to come in and teach music, we are learning about musical notations and singing a variety of songs.


Thank you for continued support 

Class 1 

Welcome to Class 1


This Autumn term, our topic is 'Elmer'. In Literacy, we will be studying the stories of Elmer the Elephant and writing our own, whilst focusing on letter recognition and formation across the year groups. We will also be working on non-fiction writing - recounts, non-chronological reports about elephants and poetry.

In Maths this term, we are focusing on number recognition formation, place value and addition and subtraction.  In our afternoon sessions, we will be exploring different habitats, looking into our family histories and creating lots of elephant-inspired artwork! 


Thank you for your continued support with the children's learning at home - please keep up reading every day. The children have a homework book that will be brought home every Friday. Your child needs to pick ONE piece of work from the grid to hand in each Thursday. 
If you would like to come and have a talk to me about what is happening in class, you are more than welcome, or email me -
Thank you for your support,
Joanna Redford-James

week 8,9

School trip

Skeleton - We have been learning the names of the bones in our body.

Week 6

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Week 3 - we had an awesome week, well done everyone!

Blackberry Crumble, we had fun picking and making the crumble, it tasted delicious

Interviewing passengers from the Titanic

Week 2 - Going on a Bear Hunt

The Celtic Cross