Welcome to Yellow Class
Welcome back to the Summer Term 2018
Welcome to Yellow Class. We are a class of cheerful, enthusiastic Year 1 children.
Our teacher is called Miss Carlton and our LSA is called Miss Coverdale-Jackson.
We have already started the term by investigating plants. We have been putting our gardening skills to the test by planting containers and raised beds in our learning garden with a combination of vegetables and flowering plants. We already have some signs of success!
We will then be looking at seaside environments and through a series of lively and interesting activities the children in Yellow and Orange class will build their knowledge of oceans and seas around the world. The pupils will begin to understand the different environments these represent and how they affect life on land as well as at sea. The pupils will develop their geographical skills and build up their knowledge of food chains, exploration, and evolution!
Research the development of boats and ships, changes in their power sources, changing length of voyages, the history of regattas and the life of seafarers. Paint, make sketches, write journal entries, use code and write ship telegrams. Carry out floating and sinking experiments, construct boats and finally put on a regatta with sandwiches and prizes!
This is a selection of the learning activities but please look at our topic web for more examples and coverage of the curriculum for this term.
If you have any queries please don’t hesitate to contact me and I’ll be happy to help.
Just a reminder our P.E. sessions will continue to take place on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons so please make sure your child brings a labelled PE kit to school.
We will also be continuing forest school every other Thursday morning, please refer to the leaflet sent home or look on the school website for further information on clothing and footwear requirements.
Thank you for your cooperation.
Please speak to Miss Carlton if you would like any further information about what we will be learning this term.
Please click on this link for this terms Spelling document that is also in the student's book.