We are your teachers, Mrs Garner and Mrs Bunyan. Our teaching assistant is Miss Rogers and we are very much looking forward to having you in our class this year!
Mrs Garner will be teaching you on a Monday and Tuesday and Mrs Bunyan will be teaching you on a Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Mrs Bunyan is also in school on a Monday and Tuesday doing other jobs as the school SENCo. On this page you will find our weekly class newsletters, curriculum information for this half term and general information about our class.
We have lots of exciting things planned, find out more by reading the Big Idea overview below:
Curriculum information for this half term
Please click on the links below to find out what we will be learning over this half term.
We open the door at 8.45am every day and take the register at 9am
please make sure you have your kit every day.
You will take a reading book home every day, please ask your grown-up to write down the pages you have read that evening so that we know if you need to change it.
On a Friday, you will be sent home with spellings for you to learn; these will be tested the following Friday.
Homework is also given out on a Friday and is due in on the following Wednesday.
On Fridays you will have the opportunity to visit the school library, if you return your library book each week you can change it for a new one on the following Friday.
Photos of our Classroom
Our learning board
Our falcon mascot
Take a look at our amazing learning!
During our Science week 'Reduce, Reuse, Recycle' we found out lots of interesting information! We had a visit from the council to talk to us about recycling and we sorted objects and put them into the correct bins.
Thank you to everyone who donated junk modelling materials. We enjoyed making our own models based on work by the artist Michelle Reader.
We revisited our learning on 2D and 3D shapes during our science week. We thought about how shapes could fit together to make a picture using recycled materials.
The Great Fire of London!
We have had the most amazing time re-creating The Great Fire of London.
The children were so excited to see how quickly the fire spread from house to house and it sparked lots of discussion about what we have been learning. Thank you for helping the children to make such amazing models. The children have really enjoyed this topic and it was a great way for them to imagine what happened during the fire in 1666.
We enjoyed sharing the story of the Nutcracker and watching the Royal Ballet perform it accompanied by music composed by Tchaikovsky. We then wrote part of the story using our best handwriting.
We enjoyed learning about the Chinese traditional story 'The Willow Pattern'. We looked carefully at the Willow Pattern plate and used felt tips and paper plates to draw our own versions.
We found out about different habitats from around the world and the animals that live in them. We had so much fun using shoe boxes to make models of them.
If you would like to play some learning games online, why not check out this one?