Yellow Class

Since returning to school, the children in Yellow Class have settled in amazingly well! They have listened carefully to our new rules and routines and seem to have taken all of the changes to our 'new normal' in their stride! 

We have had a fantastic first half term getting to know each other and the children are now familiar and comfortable in their new classroom.

Our topic this term is The Great Fire of London. We watched an amazing video of an artist's impression of what the streets would have looked like in 1666. Take a look at some of the amazing work we have completed so far this term.  

Please keep asking your children questions about what we have been learning about at school - this helps them to keep their knowledge fresh in their minds and consolidates their learning.

African Drumming Workshop

Yellow Class Christmas Jumper Day

4/1/21 letter to parents regarding remote learning

It was lovely to see you on our class assembly- to view the video I showed copy and paste the link below into your tool bar.

https://youtu.be/nCrjevx3-Js?t=14

Paper for 'What makes me happy'

Home learning can now be accessed through your child's Tapestry account.

KS1 Remote Learning expectations for work and feedback. 

  • A minimum of one piece of Maths, English and Topic is sent in or uploaded per week. However, there may also be occasions when teachers will ask for specific pieces of work in addition to this. 

  • All completed work should be in the first instance uploaded to your child’s Tapestry account or sent in. 

  • Teachers will provide feedback either through an acknowledgement e.g., with a ‘like’ on Tapestry, a general comment or specific feedback to the given piece of work. If appropriate children may also receive feedback for next steps. 

  • Children should be encouraged to complete work as independently as possible for more accurate feedback. 

When we first returned to school, we worked on a book called Here We Are, by Oliver Jeffers. We talked about our school, our homes, our country and our planet.