Our Class motto is; "We march into learning with our happy feet". We work hard, explore and have fun in Gold Class enjoying every day.
We are so proud of Gold class this week during transition week. We will post a picture of us all soon!
Our Class Teacher is Mrs Taylor
Our Teaching Assistants are Mrs Beardmore and Mrs Lamberton
Our Midday Supervisor is Mrs Wardle.
This is our Class Mascot.
Our class mascot is called Poppy. Poppy likes cuddles and watching us when we work.
Our mascot helps Mrs Taylor decide who the Stars of the Week are, and likes cuddles and stories.
This is Nosey Bear. Nosey bear tells Gold Class what we are learning all about and checks we are doing our busy jobs. He also picks children to get a prize out of the Dippy Box.
Stars of the week
Congratulations this week to our super star learners:
Phoebe and Frankie
Stars of the week can impress Mrs Taylor, Mrs Beardmore and Mrs Lamberton by working hard, making good choices and keeping to the Golden Rules.
Writer of the week
Our writer of the week is Reggie
Mathematician of the week
Our mathematician wizard this week is Nico
Our star reader this week is Jaiden
Marbles in our jar
Well done Gold Class your excellent behaviour has earned us 30 marbles.
Keep up the good work.
Don't forget to read at home and fill in your reading diary.
Practice your numbers, sounds and try your homework challenge too.
Not all superheroes wear capes........
This week we met a few superheroes that don't wear capes..... firstly we met Tina and Louise, and they told us how they helped people in the community. They showed us the special bracelet people can wear if they are elderly or have trouble with their mobility, this bracelet alarms Tina and Louise if the person has had a fall. They showed us a special inflatable chair that helps them to help the fallen person up.
Some children helped to get Miss Robinson up from her fall.
Next we met Mrs Walker's dog, Jenson, we all thought he was a lovely pet, but Mrs told us to close our eyes and a super hero would appear, when we opened them Jenson was wearing his special cape (harness) which turned him into a superhero. We learnt that Mr Walkers eyes don't work like ours and that Jenson does a super job of being his eyes, we found out all the things Jenson helps Mr Walker do like, go to the shops, go for a walk and cross the road safely.
We now know that not all superheroes wear capes or have two legs.
In handwriting today, the children enjoyed using their 'froggy fingers' to grip their pencils and practised their handwriting on large sheets of paper.
They started with circles, went on to do zigzags, bumps, going over the hills and straight down lines.
Super handwriting Gold Class ✏️👍
Dough disco 🎶
Gold Class have been enjoying their first sessions of dough disco this week. They have been dancing and moving to the music whilst manipulating their dough, building up their excellent 'froggy fingers'.
They have squashed, rolled, patted, pulled their dough and used Tommy thumb, Peter pointer, Toby tall, Ruby ring and baby small to poke the dough, this helps build up their strong finger muscles ready for writing.
Dough disco 🎶
On Friday, Gold Class received our last letter from the superhero, we went on a treasure hunt to find our treats for being super learners! We had to follow the clues, jumping, tip-toeing and skipping our way to the reward.
Well done to our 100% attendance chldren
Christmas Jumper and Dinner Day
Gold Class really enjoyed a visit from our local heroes!
AlphablocksPlay along with the Alphablocks and have fun with the letters of the alphabet.
Well done to all 12 children for achieving 100% attendance last term. That's another gold feather for your owl.
100% attendance award certificate's
Congratulations to the 15 children in Gold Class who achieved their 100% attendance award today. We are really proud of you. You have earned 1 gold feather for your Woody the Wise Owl certificate.