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Ladybirds Y1

Welcome to the Ladybirds Class!  

Our class teacher is Mrs Hazeldine

Our teaching assistants are:  Ms. Clayton, Mrs Hanton and Mrs Chandersy.

 

 

We will be using the Forest School Area regularly this year, so can children please have a set of wellies in school at all times. If you can make sure that they come to school each day with a warm waterproof coat please.

 

Our PE day is Monday. We will be using the outdoor area so please make sure children come to school in their leggings/jogging bottoms and trainers or plimsolls please. 

 

Homework will be via Purple Mash. This will be set on a Friday and then uploaded to Purple Mash by the following Thursday.

 

Reading at home will be via Bug Club. The link to Bug Club is here https://www.activelearnprimary.co.uk/login?e=-1&c=0

Every child has come home with their username and password and school number to log onto this. Your child has been allocated with books on here to read at home. We will then release more books as the children read through them.

The Big Picture Spring 1

Home online learning Week 3  - 25th January 2021

Autumn term 2020

The Ladybirds have had a really busy half term. We have settled well into our new classes and have worked very hard. We have learnt new poems, made fruit kebabs, jam sandwiches, written instructions and revisited our phonic sounds.

 

In maths we have been learning about numbers. We have learnt the greater than and less than symbols, compared amounts and numbers, ordered numbers and learnt one more and one less

 

In science, we have investigated our senses and have performed many experiments. We have looked at our bodies and found out where our different organs are.

Here are some photographs of our learning.

We have been enjoying our Forest school experiences.

The Big Picture Autumn 2

Autumn 2

 

 

The Ladybirds have had another  busy half term. We have been working really hard in our class, having fun and doing exciting things.

 

In Literacy, we have been learning about adjectives and conjunctions. We have been describing traditional tale characters using adjectives and writing letters using conjunctions (because and and).

 

In Phonics we have now learnt all our phase 3 phonic sounds and are using them when we read and write.

 

In maths we have been using new pieces of equipment to help us. We have been using part whole models, number lines and tens frames. We have been using tens frames to help us solve addition calculations. We have also been using number lines to find the difference between two numbers and solve subtraction calculations.

  

In science, we have investigated materials. OUR BIG QUESTION was

                               

                                               "Will a paper hat keep me dry, why?"

 

We looked at different materials and investigated what things were made of. We discovered that paper was not waterproof so it wouldn't keep us dry. We made pigs out of salt dough.

 

In RE, we have been sharing special stories and beliefs. We learnt the story of Rama and Sita , which is a special Hindu story and we learnt the story of Noah's Ark which is a special Catholic and Christian story.

 

In PSHE, we have been celebrating each others similarities and differences. We have also been talking about what bullying is and why it is wrong.

Does a paper hat keep you dry?

Multicultural day - Madagascar.

We have been working hard learning addition and subtraction facts.

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