School Closure – Resources and activities
Class One Spring 2020 Topic – If you go down to the woods today…
Reception, Yr 1 & Yr 2 – Goldilocks and just the one bear.
Please contact the school for more details about the curriculum.
Learning to read and write
Every child in Class One will receive a daily phonics lesson using phonics play planning. This scheme introduces the children to new phonemes and graphemes and gradually builds their phonics knowledge to enable them to become independent, confident readers and writers
The children have access to a variety of books suitable for their current ability. The class teacher will listen to each child read on a weekly basis in addition to support staff and volunteers. We encourage children to read at home 3 x per week and for this to be recorded in a reading record book.
The school offers teacher led phonics and reading and writing workshops for parents to ensure continuity between home and school learning. The most recent workshops were very well attended.
Improvements are under way in our learning environment here in Class One.
Here are our interpretations of Vincent Van Gogh’s Starry Night. We used, paint, sponges, straws and chalk to create these pictures.
The children were asked to create a piece of learning about space – these look amazing!
World Book Day 2019