Welcome to our class page! We will be updating you with the learning that we are doing in St Bernadette class.
Class Teacher: Miss James
Support Staff: Mrs Quinn, Miss McDonagh and Mrs Jenkins
A Typical Day in Year 1
Please make sure that you read with you child everyday . Regrettably we are unable to change school reading books until the previous books have been written in the reading record, returned and the reading record is signed.
|P.E. Days||Our P.E. days are Wednesday and Friday. P.E. kits should be kept in school at all times. We will send them home over the school holidays. Remember if your child has a club after school you will need to return their PE kit. Long hair needs to be tied back.|
|Morning Routine||When children arrive in the morning they are expected to say goodbye to their parents at the classroom door and come into the classroom, being greeted by the teacher. The children then change out of their coats and outdoor shoes, putting away their book bags, water bottles and lunch boxes. Once their belongings are away the children go to their places where they complete their early morning work. At 9:00 the classroom door is closed and registration is taken, finishing with morning prayer. Any child arriving after 9:00 must enter school through the Main Reception Area where a late slip must be completed.
We will always strive to maintain these routines. However, on rare occasions, circumstances prevent us from following them exactly.
Monday 17th September 2018 we met Rufus. He is a family member of Mrs Crane. Rufus has spent a considerable amount of time training and 'passing' many behavioural and temperament assessments. All his accreditations can be seen in school.
We are very excited to be welcoming him to our team.
This week we have been developing our phonetical knowledge, learning about both digraphs and trigraphs. We have been practising these sounds by identifying different objects, making word cards and also writing them with chalk in our outdoor learning quad. We have been trying really hard to apply our newfound knowledge to our writing.
In maths, we have been securing our understanding of number up to 20. We have been identifying missing numbers in a sequence, as well as thinking about one more and one less. We are confident with our understanding of number up to 20.