Welcome to 1R
What a fantastic first half term! We have been so busy learning all about Our world and Autumn and we hope the children have a fantastic, well deserved break
This half term our topic is On The High Seas
We will be learning all about different life under the sea, and reading lots of texts about pirates and mermaids!
Over half term the children produced some amazing homework! As ever, thank you for your on going support, the treasure maps, pirate ships and messages in bottles are all amazing!
We have created some beautiful under the sea artwork which is displayed with our homework making our classroom look like a real, tropical aquarium!
One Monday morning we received a mysterious letter from a pirate!
It instructed us to go on a treasure hunt around the school and we found lots of clues; gold coins, jewels, feathers and a beautiful treasure box!
Then, an important envelope was delivered by Mrs Mason with some photographs of a Pirate around our school!
We wrote descriptions of Pirate Pete using adjectives so that the other children in school knew what to look out for.
We wrote some questions for him and left them out over the weekend.
The following Monday Pirate Pete had made contact again!
He left us answers to our questions, thanked us for returning his treasure and even left us all a special treat to say thank you!
We are now working hard on some shoe box aquariums - keep checking this page to see some photographs of the finished product!
We will update our class page regularly to keep you up to date with our topics and any important dates. We will also post photographs of the children and their learning for you to enjoy!
Please refer to the attached links and documents for guidance on reading, spellings, handwriting etc. in order to best support your children at home.
Please remember to have a named P.E kit in school at all times for our P.E lessons with Mr Ward on Friday afternoons. These can go home at half term to be freshened up
Please remember to label ALL school uniform to ensure it does not get lost, particularly cardigans and jumpers.