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Class 1

Welcome to the Reception and Year 1 Class page.

 Our teachers are Mrs Berry and Mrs Hawkes. We are helped by Mrs Dickinson and Mrs Senior. 

               Weekly Reminders

PE: Monday and Thursday

Return reading books: Friday

Library: Every 3rd Friday (dates are shared via the half-termly newsletter and the text messaging service)

 

Please click here for 'Books for Topics' recommended reads for Reception pupils

Please click here for 'Books for Topics' recommended reads for Year 1 pupils

Class Newsletters and Curriculum Information

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Collaging Skills

In Art, Class 1 are practising their collaging skills this half term. The children are learning all about creating different effects, using tools and discovering artists. Here some of them are practising their scissor skills. Look at the concentration!

Settling In

Class 1 have settled back into school so well! We are really proud of the effort they are putting into their learning and love seeing their happy, smiling faces every morning.

Read. Holmfirth Author Event

On Monday 18th October Class One took part in the Read. Holmfirth event with author and illustrator Nick Sharratt during a live ‘Draw along’ session.

 The children loved learning how to draw characters from his books, concentrated exceptionally well and drew some amazing pictures!

Well done Class One, what an amazing morning!

This week Class 1 have been busy getting to know our new monster friends from ‘Monster Phonics’.

We have been learning new sounds and finding out a bit more about the monsters. We also painted pictures and made playdough models of our favourites!

We have even been using a top-secret password in the classroom!

Art Patterns

Children in Class 1 have started looking at pattern during Art lessons.

We have been investigating repeating patterns and had a go at making our own using counters. Some children really challenged themselves and attempted making patterns using two, three and even four different colours!