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Welcome to Class 1's page. Here you will be able to take a look at all the exciting things we get up to in Class 1. We will also post our class news to make it easier for you to stay up to date. We hope you enjoy looking.

Mrs Lee & Mrs Jarrold

 

Our News 

Drop off time: 8:45am (Please wait behind the Class 1 gate)

Collection time: 3:15pm

Reminder: Please ensure the children stay off the climbing equipment after school.

Curriculum Intent

 By the end of Reception at St. Bartholomew’s, all pupils will:

 

  • have developed their independence, self regulation, confidence, resilience and curiosity through adult led and child initiated learning

 

  • have a positive ‘can do’ attitude towards school and learning and know the behaviour expectations in order to be ready for the next stage in their education

 

  • develop awareness, self-confidence and self-esteem and make informed choices regarding personal and social issues

 

  • have been provided with a balanced curriculum, based on the EYFS, across the seven areas of learning to enable the children to achieve the early learning goals

Constable Clark came into Class 1 to visit us. We had lots of questions to ask him.

Jill the dental nurse came into Class 1 to talk to us about keeping our teeth healthy. We had a lovely time!

Experiment time!

We have been learning about measures - tall, taller, short, shorter, big, small, long, longer.

We made bubbles!

We have been exploring our super senses. This week we made jam sandwiches, we used our sense of touch to make the sandwich and used our sense of taste to taste them.

The children used some fantastic adjectives to describe them:

*Sticky*               *Sweet*                    *Fruity*                 * Sour* 

 

We went on an Autumn walk to compare things in nature.

Forest school fire safety song.

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In class 1 we have been learning all about our senses. Today we were using our super sense of smell to find out what was inside the mystery cups. The cups were covered up so we couldn't use our sense of sight, touch, or taste. The children worked out that if we shook the cups we were also able to use our sense of hearing to give us a clue. The children used some fantastic adjectives to describe what they could smell.

Lunch time at St Barts!

Our first PE session

Our first week at school!

Rakes of Mallow

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The children had fun learning this traditional Irish folk dance to celebrate St Patrick’s Day.

Class 1 garden tour.

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Our wild wood adventure playground is finished.

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