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Hello and welcome to class 1W

 

I hope that you have all enjoyed the half term break and are ready for our second half term full of fun. I am so proud of all the children in my class for the way they have settled into Year 1.  This is a huge transition for the children and such a tricky one, but you should all be proud of your children for the way they have settled.  Lots of things to look forward to this coming half term.

We have our build up to Christmas and the children will be taking part in our Christmas Production, We Three Kings. Please support your children in learning any lines they have been given  and lets get busy making costumes. The children have also taken part in their first Year 1 Mass and will be taking on roles in the first Year 1  Mass on the 17th November, again, some children will play a prominent part and will have lines to say during the service.

With our first parents evenings completed, please support your child in practicing numeracy and literacy at home.  It is so important that your child gets to read as much as possible and this will give them more confidence in school.  This can be accessed through play and ‘every day life’ so please encourage your child to practice what they are learning.

Every week, the children have the chance to take home the prayer bag, numeracy bag, the marvellous me box, the scientist bag and Mikey monkey.  Please share these resources with your children as they all get extremely excited when it is their turn.  The bags are given out every Friday and must be returned by Thursday the following week to enable the next child to take the bag home.

Important Information 

PE – Our days for PE in 1W are Wednesday and Thursday.  Please ensure that their kits are in school on these days so that your child does not miss out on their PE lesson.  If your child has mid to long hair, please tie it back and remove/cover earrings on these days.  The children need white shorts, a red polo top and pumps for PE.

Forest School – Forest school sessions will begin W/C 13th November so please ensure that your child has their forest school clothes and wellies in school.  Forest school will be undertaken in small groups of 6 children and are a great learning opportunity for the children.

Reading Books.

Reading books will be changed once completed at home.  Please record your child’s reading log so we know when books are completed.  Every month I will be choosing a Bookworm of the month for children who read regularly at home and show a love of reading.  Winners will be awarded a book to take home and keep, so look out for the winners below.
When your child has read to an adult at home five times, they will receive a special stamp on their bookmark.

September Bookworm of the month.

Well done to Joshua Linton, who reads regularly at home – keep it up!!

Scientist of the month. 

We have also introduced a super scientist of the month – we are rewarding children for excellent work in Science too!!  This will be awarded to children who produce work of a high standard and demonstrate a real understanding of Scientific topics.  The winner each month will be published below.

September Super Scientist

Congratulation to Leyla Pietrasiak for being a super Scientist and for producing such beautiful work during our Autumn topic. I am so proud of all the beautiful pictures you created at home using our Autumn theme.

October Super Scientist

 

Well done Nadia Miszewska for her fabulous experiments at home from the science bag sent home each week.  I am really proud that you are using the bag to learn.

 

During the past half term our topic was The Jobs People do’.  The children have worked hard and we have been lucky enough to have visits from a nurse, cook, Police lady and a journalist.  Here are a few photographs to share the fun with you.

What I want to be when I grow Up.

 

Nurses Visit

 

 

Cooks Visit

 

Police Vist

 

Journalist visit

 

 

On Friday 3rd November we hosted our Year 1‘Sphere Science Workshop’ We were delighted to invite yr 1 pupils from Astwood Bank First School, St. Nicholas’ Primary, Tardebigge First School and Mappleborough Green Primary School to join us in a wide range of exciting physics based interactive activities.

 

 

The children also worked hard earning ‘pom poms’ for amazing behaviour throughout the term.  The children decided what they wanted as a treat and the result was pyjama day.  The children had a great time wearing their pj’s, dressing gowns and slippers to school.

 

This term, the children have voted to have a movie afternoon and are trying really hard to fill the jar with pom poms!!!!

 

This half term our topic is toys, new and old.  The children have had the opportunity to bring in their favourite toys and share with us all, why their toy is special to them.

If there are any parents/grandparents that have any old toys at home that they would be willing to loan us for a few weeks, it would be greatly appreciated.  We would like to compare old and modern toys and I am hoping the children will have toys, rather than pictures of toys to compare.

If you are able to support our topic, please label all toys that are sent in.

 

 

October Bookworm of the month is Nathaniel Hanrahan.  Well done Nate, and keep reading!!

 

 

 

This week Year 1’s  first groups went and enjoyed their first forest school activities which included den making.

Games making morning 23rd November 2017.

 

Thank you to all the parents and carers who came into to school to make a board game with their child.  It was lovely to see so many of you attend and I hope that you all enjoyed it as much as the children did.

 

 

 

 

On Tuesday 28th December, the children took part in making an advent wreath when Father Craig visited to talk with the children about advent.

 

Scientist of the month for November is Joshua Linton.  Well done Joshua with your work in our topic book and being able to sort the toys into different categories:  push, pull and materials: hard and

soft.

 

 

On Tuesday 5th December, we had a visit from Mrs Mayne who came to share her collection of old toys with the children.  As you can see from the pictures below, they all had a great time.                         

          

     

       

 

Pupil of the Week December (just before Christmas)

 

Pupil of the week W/E 12th January 2018

 

 

This week, on Thursday 26th January the children experienced our first pet day.  The dogs trust came to visit to show the children how we look after a pet. They learnt what equipment was needed, and experienced giving our dog an injection, poop scooping,  a health check up and much more.  In the afternoon, the children were lucky enough to be visited by Olivia’s hamster, supported by mum and to meet Charlie’s turtles, supported by Grandma.

A huge thank you to the parents involved and also to those who offered to bring pets in.  The children had a lovely time and were excited to learn about the pets and how to look after them. 

Pupil of the week for last week was Harry Grogan for continued effort and trying his best in every lesson.

 

On Friday 2nd February the children took part in building their wolf proof shelters which was part of our topic linked to ‘The Three Little Pigs’.  The children planned their designs, worked in teams and built their shelters.  The children really enjoyed this activity as you can see from the photographs below.

Book worm of the month for January is Lola Rose Pace.  Lola was also pupil of the week last week, reflecting how hard she is working at the moment.  Well done Lola, keep up the good work!

 

Super scientist of the month goes to Joshua Rana-Grindley for his understanding of our science topic this half term.  Well done J.J. Your enthusiasm is contagious!!

On Tuesday 13th February the children enjoyed pancakes in 1W to celebrate Shrove Tuesday.

 

Scientist of the month for March is Oscar Bradley.  Keep up the good work Oscar!

 

Bookworm of the month goes to Alexandria Perry – keep reading every day Alex, it really reflects in the improvement in your reading.

 

Thursday 1st March was world book day.  The staff all dressed up as characters in the book the children are studying this half term: Year 1 is the Room on the Broom.  The children dressed up as a character in their favourite book.  I think you’ll all agree, they looked fantastic!

 

Phonics Workshop 9/3/18 9.3.18 Phonics Parents’ Meeting and workshop intro Follow the link to view the Powerpoint from today’s workshop

 

What a fantastic start to Science week, where the children had to build a tower from spaghetti and marshmallows.  They found this really challenging but persevered!!

 

 

More exciting challenges making Gloop!!!

The children looked amazing on vocations day, what do you think?

The children enjoyed a visit from Father Craig

 

 

On Tuesday 20th March the children enjoyed a workshop about The Great Fire of London which they all thoroughly enjoyed as you can see.

 

The children have had an exciting week this week, starting with vocations day; a visit from Father Craig and the chaplaincy team.

  

 

 

This was followed by a very exciting visit from our local fire brigade, which the children enjoyed very much.  A big thank you to Nate’s dad for organising this brilliant morning.

 

Pupil of the week this week is Libby Allen for trying her best in all lessons.  Keep it up Libby!!

 

The children had a fabulous time today (23rd April 2018) when we had a visitor to teach us about photography as part of our ‘Say Cheese’ topic.  They learnt about cameras and lenses and all had a go at both ‘posing’ and taking a photograph.

 

Today 1W did an amazing job with their first whole school assembly about St Julia.  They read beautifully and acted well.  They enjoyed sharing their designs of their stained glass windows of St Julia.

 

Class 1W super scientist of the month is Joshua Rana Grindley for his super work with light and shadows

 

We had the most amazing day at the Think Tank in Birmingham as part of our latest topic work in Year 1

 

 

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Reader of the month for June is Harley Killingsworth.  Well done Harley: Keep reading!

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Scientist of the month is Max Tkac for his fantastic work with insects.

 

The children in KS1 were entertained by the author A M. Crisan who shared her book ‘Professor Boccoli’s ABC adventure at the Zoo.  The children had the opportunity to ask questions and purchase a signed edition of this book.  If you missed this opportunity and would like a copy of the book, you will be able to do this on Friday this week.

 

 

 

 


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