Welcome to Year 1!
Sunday 17th May
If you have not answered these (parents- you can write the answers) please feel free to send them to us now.
Hello to our lovely children
We really miss seeing you each day and we are busy making plans for the exciting day that we can return to school. This got us thinking about some questions that we would like to ask you so that we can think about how to make your learning as exciting as possible when we are lucky enough to teach you again. It would be amazing if you could talk to your parents about these and then send us an email with your thoughts
(Maths, English, Science, Art, History, Geography, Music, Design Technology, P.e)
(All about Britain, Animal Kingdom)
Hi boys and girls!
It was lovely catching up with you all recently, and talking about all the fantastic things you are doing. Your mums and dads are doing a great job helping you with your learning. We still love to read your emails and see photos of what you are getting up to, so feel free to contact us!
We hope you like the new online planning, this week's planning is all about the Tiger Who Came to Tea! We love that story! Hope you enjoy this week's learning.
(If you haven't had a call yet, please let us know.)
If you or your parents would like to ask any questions about your work, you can send it to the following email address.
Parents: If you email us as as below we have links to Numbots and My Maths for you.
Mrs Hunt's class: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs Sanderson/ Mrs cash's class: email@example.com
Stay safe year ones, we are missing you all.
Mrs Hunt, Mrs Sanderson and Mrs Cash
Please see the following online safety link:
Supporting reading and Literacy
CHECK OUT THIS AMAZING NEW RESOURCE:
Join our Virtual Reading Club and take part in the mini Easter challenge or the illustration challenge. Includes templates to download, links to online reading resources (including e-books and audio books), the Book Doctor to help with reading conundrums and you can even add your book reviews too! You can also explore the work of well-known illustrators and create your own book cover. You can gain awards for the more you read, just like with the local library’s Summer Reading Challenges