Welcome to Green Class
Our Teacher is
Our Teaching Assistant is
Our Class mascot is called Camille
Wow! What a busy first few weeks we have had since starting the new school year. The children have already learnt lots of new things.
We have enjoyed the Elmer story in English. The children have acted the story out and imitated it. So we started with a patchwork elephant called Elmer and now have a spotty tiger called Strike.
This week the children have taken part in a fantastic harvest performance at the church. They all sang beautifully and remembered all the actions. Well done to all the children. Also the children had a wonderful creative open afternoon. They made lanterns, hedgehogs and did some great colouring.
Have a wonderful half term.
Miss Timbrell and Mrs Baxter
In English we have been looking at instructions. We have made split pin elves and written a set of our own instructions. We had great fun making the elves.
Welcome back, we hope you all had a magical Christmas!
Before we broke up for the holidays the chrildren had such a busy week. They completed their Santa sacks, they made Christmas cards and they made some beautiful calanders. They also took part in not one but twin fantastic Christmas performances. Well done children.
In Maths the children have been learning their times tables, 2’s, 5’s and 10’s. Some children found it helpful to whisper the odd numbers and say the even numbers out loud when counting in 2’s. When counting in 5’s they held one open hand up for numbers ending in 5 and two open hands for numbers ending in 0. They clapped the 10 times table.
Also the children have been ordering numbers and have done amazingly well at this.
In English we have been looking at a journey story called Handa’s Surprise. The children have loved this story and have innovated it this week and made the story their own. So there was a spiky hedgehog instead of a cheeky monkey taking the soft banana. There was a orange eyed owl instead of a tall giraffe taking the spiky pineapple. The children decided that instead of a clumsy goat bumping into the tangerine tree, some wanted to have a smelly, stinky skunk bumping into an apple tree and making the apples fall off into Handa’s basket. Fantastic use of adjectives. The children have really impressed us this week and we couldn’t just have one writer of the week. We decided that everyone deserved it, so everyone got a certificate. Well done!!!
World book day was fantastic. Everyone came in comfy clothes and shared their books with their friends in class. The children got to pick and take a swap book home too. Don’t forget to bring it back into school to swap again. As a year group, year 1 looked at the author Julia Donaldson. Green Class read the Smeds and the Smoos. The children drew their own aliens. What a lovely book and what a great day.
Don’t forget to work through the first pack we have sent home and continue reading your reading books. You are all fantastic. Keep safe.
Miss Timbrell and Mrs Baxter
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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