Welcome to Class 5
Hello and welcome to Class 5’s webpage.
My name is Mrs Perry and I am the teacher in class 5, working alongside our wonderful teaching assistant Mr Irakoze.
Here you will find information and photographs of the children having fun in their learning throughout the year. I hope to update the page regularly to give you an insight into how the children spend their days in class. Thanks, Mrs Perry
For more information on how Phonics is taught in school and how you can help at home, please click on the following link: Letters and Sounds information for Parents
Here is the link for the Y1 Newletter for Autumn 1:
Week beginning 10-9-19
This week the Reception children started in class 5 and wow they all looked so smart in their uniforms. They have been so grown up, trying so hard to remember all the rules and routines of the day – a super well done to them all. Thank you also to all the Year 1 children who have been so helpful around the classroom and around school helping them out when needed! The Reception have been getting busy both indoors and outdoors and they have enjoyed a variety of activities. Here are a few photos of their busy days this week….
They have also been enjoying their school dinners and they all did so well getting used to the routines at lunchtimes. They have wonderful appetites and ate really well.
The year 1 children have also worked hard this week in all their learning. We have been thinking about how we can use interesting adjectives in our sentences to describe things and on Roald Dahl day we described our favourite character and designed our own Wonka bar. In our number work we have been counting forwards and backwards and finding 1 more and 1 less and played various maths games with partners to help us do this. Here are a selection of photos from the week…
Week beginning 5-9-18
The Year 1 children have had a great first week and it has been fantastic to see them settle so quickly into all the new routines. They are really looking forward to welcoming our new Reception children next week and I’m sure they will be super friends to them all and help them to settle in too.
We have had a busy first week writing about ourselves, practising our counting, circle time discussions, painting our faces, learning around the classroom and getting ‘busy’ in all our continuous provision areas. Finally on Friday afternoon the children enjoyed their Golden Time which was ‘construction’ toys this week.
It has been wonderful to see all their happy faces each day!! Here are a few snap shots from the week….