Welcome to our Class 1 page. Here you will find information about our term including useful dates, timetable outlines and our term's topic. Photos and videos are regularly uploaded onto the page so please be sure to take a look every now and then to see what fun adventures we have been up to.
Class 1 are taught by Miss Thomas.
On a Wednesday afternoon children take part in a creative curriculum session. Creative curriculum groups change each term so please speak to your child's class teacher to find out which group they are in.
Our afternoon timetable this term is as follows:
Monday - PE
Tuesday - Understanding the World
Wednesday - Creative Curriculum
Thursday - Expressive Arts and Design
Friday - Forest School
To help with the transition into school life, we offer a staggered entry for all reception children. For the first two weeks children will be in school from 8:35 - 12pm, the third week children are invited to stay for lunch so pick up time will be 1pm. Your child has a peg all ready for them in their new cloakroom. Please ensure to bring in your child's PE kit (this can be kept at school), a coat, a pair of wellies, a bookbag and a water bottle. Please make sure everything is clearly labelled.
On Friday mornings you are invited to come in and take a look at the work your child has been doing that week from 8.35 - 9am. We ask that you leave promptly at 9am so that your child can settle and the learning can get underway.
If there is anything we can help you with please feel free to come in and speak to us. If it is a serious issue we may schedule an after school appointment as things are a little less hectic at this time.
A class letter with more information will be sent out as the term gets started so keep an eye out for this via your email. We look forward to getting to know you and your little one as the term progresses.
If you have any questions, please feel free to speak to either of us directly, or make an appointment with the school office.
As part of our phase one phonics, class one went on a listening walk to tune into environmental sounds.