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Oak Class (Yr1) - Mrs Busler and Mr Bungay

Toy Workshop 2018

Welcome to our new class page. 

 

We hope you will find it useful.

   

  Information about our Class:

 

We have two teachers. Mr Bungay  teaches us on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays and Mrs Busler teaches us on Wednesday afternoon, Thursdays and Fridays. Our Teaching Assistants are Mrs Walker, Mrs Weavers and Mrs Raszpla.  PPA time is supported by Mrs Croucher and Mrs Hilliyer.

 

Weekly Routines

 

Mondays
Toby's Diary to be returned by whoever has taken him home for the weekend.  

Phonics games folders to be given in and new games added.

  

Wednesdays

Library books need to be in school, so the children can change them
PE

Thursdays
PE  
Reading Records to be given in

Fridays

Spelling Books to be given in and words to be sent home to learn for following Friday 


Bring every day – home reading books, contact books, water bottles, phonics games, writing journals

To be kept at school – art apron, raincoat, wellies.

 

 

     Topics for the Spring Term First half

 

 

   

 

 We started our new topic of "Toys"  with an exciting Toy Workshop! The children thoroughly enjoyed themselves exploring all different sorts of toys then making their own. (See below for pictures!) We will continue looking at Toys and working out whether they are old or new. This links to Science where we are thinking about Materials- what objects are made from and why. We will also be conducting a few investigations! Our Maths this term builds on previous work done with Addition and Subtraction and will move the children on in their thinking. Our Literacy will focus on recounts of their Christmas holiday and the Toy workshop and writing Information texts about Toys , then we will move to poetry. In our RE work we are starting to  listen to stories Jesus told and how the morals and ideas can help us today.

We are ending the term with our "One World Week!" Oak class will focus on Africa and we will be creating African Art,  and learning all about the animals and finding out about the country and their people. If anyone has any pictures or objects from Africa you wouldn't mind bringing in that would be fantastic.

 

 

Key Dates for this term-

Monday 8th January- Toy workshop

Wednesday 10th- Pantomime (Aladdin)

5-9th February- One World Week (South Africa)

 

Reminders

 

Please practice phonics (from booklets) and spellings as often as possible. 

Reading books can be changed daily - please let us know if your child is not bringing new books home.

Pleases make sure all clothing, especially PE clothing, is labelled with names. This really does help us.

 

 

 

 

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