Remote learning has been fun, here are some of the wonderful activities Class 1 have embraced - RE
Jesus' light surrounding us.
RE, linked to art.
We are respectful to God.
We gathered together via zoom to say goodbye to one of our teachers.
Tymek, shared his brothers Baptism with us.
John enjoys his visits to church.
Jesus's light guides us all.
We are all welcome in God's family.
Number recognition, linked to ICT.
Time, sequencing in chronological order.
Comparing and measuring length/height.
Arwen ordered her toys by height.
Show me the money!
Child led learning.
Jaxx's 'No-Bot' storymap.
Matilda loved our story 'Dogger'.
Isaac loves where he lives!
James used adjectives to describe the Gruffalo.
Esmai enjoyed using Digimaps to support her learning. linked to ICT & geography.
Phonics and handwriting......
Writing dictated sentences.
Rupert learned and applied the 'ee' digraph
Scott practised his curly caterpillar family letters.
Phonics linked to ICT
Lottie wowed with her dictated captions that she wrote.
Harper used buttons and zips to support her reading.
Laudato Si, linked to RE, ICT and art. Ruby's 'Help our planet' poster.
We care about our planet.
Finn could identify unkind behaviours.
Science and understanding of the world.........
Investigating if everyday materials float or sink.
Alfie knows some properties of everyday materials.
Common wild plant hunt!
Jaxx enjoyed a wild plant scavenger hunt.
Esmai drew a sunflower, she knew all of its main parts.
Eddie found some everyday materials on his scavenger hunt.
Emma experimented to see which materials would float or sink.
I am good at balancing.
Art and music........
Veronica used her fine motor & ict skills to create this picture of the 'owl babies'
'Don't call me sweet' By Alfie using paint a picture/ICT.
Aleks likes to go to concerts on Fridays, linked to maths.
Gods world, linked to SMILE and RE.
Emmas picture for one of her teachers.
Spiderman rocket...WHOOOSH!! linked to english and DT.
Tymek LOVES our solar system.
We had a very special zoom meeting during our RE today....Father Frank!! He could not wait to meet all our wonderful reception children who by turn introduced themselves to him. He talked to the children about our new topic, Birthday ‘s and explained to them about Jesus’ very special birthday. After waving goodbye to Father Frank we learned about the Advent wreath and then made our very own Class one.
Today we have been making soup. First we talked about hygiene and staying safe. We looked at soup recipes, then, set about, peeling, chopping, grating, slicing and dicing a variety of vegetables. We worked together to make our Class beautiful again and even washed up the utensils etc we used! For collective worship we invited Class 2 to share our offerings.
We look forward to our weekly Beach School session, we love to explore and investigate.
We have been learning about the Autumn season
We have been remembering all the men, women and animals that lost their lives during the First World War.
Welcome to our Class 1 family.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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