THE BUGGANE!

Today we learnt the story of the buggane - a Celtic fairy tale from the Isle of Man. The children loved the story and used it this afternoon to create our bugganes. We thought about all the different art techniques we've used this year and put them together to create...

Ten Steps to Spotless hands

Today we were very lucky to receive a visit from some year 2 children. They have been writing instructions - a set of rules - on how to wash your hands. They had ten steps to follow and it was a good reminder for us to help us remember how to stop germs from spreading...

Year 1 Phonics Homework

Today your child will be bringing home a pack to practise their phonics skills with. There are pointing sticks to use, just like in Read, Write, Inc. and your child will be able to show you how to use the rest of the contents of the pack. Although this pack will help...

Paper Bag Princesses

Today we were finishing off our bits and pieces for our own Paper Bag Princesses. We read the story this week and came up with some super power words to describe her! Keep your eyes peeled for our finished products!

Hello and welcome to 1M’s class page!

We will be adding photos and messages about our class and what we’ve been doing. Keep checking to see our latest news!

Thank you to all those who brought in homework for the first progress check. It was particularly great to hear how grown up you’re all becoming – helping out in lots of ways at tea time by doing the dishes, chopping the veg, setting the table etc. Well done and keep it up!

Handy reminders:

  • Reading Diaries should be in school every day even if your child has not read to you yet so we can comment on their reading and keep you updated about our focus. Sometimes reading days will change due to circumstances.
  • PE kits should be in school all week, including appropriate footwear as PE days often change due to different events happening in and around school. As the weather improves (hopefully!) this term we will be doing PE outside and children need appropriate kit for this. 
  • Water bottles – all children should have a water bottle in school that they take home on a Friday and bring back on Monday. We are trying to reduce the spread of germs and using a cup does not help this.