Welcome to Class 1!
Welcome to Class 1 - Home of the Pre-school and Reception.
This classroom is a very busy place with lots of hands on learning experiences that enhance learning. We provide high quality care and education for all in an environment that enables children to feel safe and supported at the same time as extending their language and development. Our aim is for every child's light to shine.
There are 2 members of staff in class 1 Miss. Kellett the EYFS leader and SENCO and Mrs. Lee. Mrs. Jesthi supports the children's learning on Wednesdays. Mr. Williams teaches P.E on Tuesdays.
You are precious to me.
I love you.
I know you.
I know your name.
Your are my child.
Isaiah 43 - 1:2
Our learning activities and teaching involve carefully planned and challenging learning experiences for children in all 7 areas of learning. We use our knowledge of each child's characteristics of learning to know when to intervene and scaffold children's learning.
The school year so far has been a huge success! The children had a busy yet settled start to school life. A special thank you to all of the Class 4 'buddies' who continue to do a tremendous job. The Autumn term included lots of celebrations. My favourite moment of the term was the Christmas crafts afternoon with Parents. Such a special event.
Muffins with mummy was a wonderful occasion. We spent time in church reflecting and making drawings. We have spent lots of time outdoors in our outdoor area. The maths outdoors afternoon was so much fun! Thank you to all the Mums, Dads and Grandparents that attended.
Summer 1 has been very eventful. We went to Church with our buddies to celebrate May the month of Mary . We had a procession and sang 'Bring flowers of the Rarest' which is Miss. Kellett's favourite hymn. We went to Mrs. Dowsons farm. It was such a wonderful day!
The final week was cultural diversity week. We tasted delicious food, explored spices, learnt about other religions and found out so much about India. On the final day of term we learnt how to play Indian drums and learnt an Indian style dance to some Bollywood music. The whole school performed to our families at the end of the day!
Myself and Mrs. Lee would like to thank you for your continued support. Please continue to send in all those magic moments we love to hear about!
It is now Summer 2.
This half terms topic is Buckets and Spades. We have completed our Re Topic 'Good News'. We enjoyed representing the Holy Spirit through dance. This half term we will be exploring Reconciliation through our topic 'Friends'.
"God loves all of us" - We want to share God's love with our families.
Donuts with Daddy is on Friday 14th June at 1:30pm.
God said, "Take care of our world" - We will be busy looking at different ways we can take care of our world this half term.