Part 2 of Spring Term!
Wow! What a busy half term we have had. We have been further developing our skills and learning in so many different ways. Please look at a selection of photograph's that show what we have been doing.
Year One Weekly News
This week we have had two celebrations led by Father Ambrose. On Tuesday we had a special mass to remember all the people who died in the wars.
On Thursday we had our own class Prayer Service when we were able to pray for all our families and friends and think about saying thank you for all that they do for us. We listened to a story from St Paul's letter's that tell us that God our Father wants us to love like Jesus. We sang a song 'We have the Whole World in his Hands'
Siya told us she felt very happy after the Prayer Service.
Samuel told us Father Ambrose asked us to love one another.
This week we have been trying extremely hard with our reading with Mrs. Evans and Mrs Jefferies. Some of us have moved on to the next level books so we are going to practise hard with our home reading and access our Bugs Club as often as you can. How many books can you read before Christmas. Keep your home diaries up to date. We have also been practising our letter formations using the App ' Hairy Letters' on the IPads.
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Hello to all our mums and dads
Our new topic for this tem is Land Ahoy.
We will ne looking at pirates, pirate ships maps and treasures . Please encourage your children to find books and information.
We have been working really hard this week with our number work. We have been making teen numbers in a variety of ways.
On Wednesday we had a special visitor in our class - PC Payne
The theme of his visit was to tell the children about people who help us.
Policemen- they wear uniforms have a badge, a number and a radio.
Fire Service Mountain Rescue Team, Coast Guard and Paramedics
Harry was PC Harry Morgan had to look for the naughty children luckily he didn’t find any.
The children were given the important number if any of them need help. Can they remember it and when should you use it?