Hello and Welcome
Welcome to Class One’s blog page. We will keep you updated with the fun and exciting things we get up to everyday via our Twitter feed and blog. We would really appreciate you commenting on our posts and letting us know what you think. Mr Mitchell, Miss Hanton and Miss Sime
Class 1 news...
This week we were very impressed with our children, who were inspired to write independently, by our Superhero toys.
We were very proud of our children who represented the school at a Five a Side football tournament at Liverpool Football Club’s Academy.
The team competed really well, showed great sportsmanship and team spirit throughout the morning.
We had a fantastic time at the Museum where we were able to explore some really old, but interesting toys, and we impressed our teachers with our knowledge of the different materials used to make toys.
Class 1 are really enjoying exploring our book. They have worked hard to describe the main characters and the setting for the beautifully illustrated Storm Whale by Benji Davies.
Benji Davies was so impressed that he even replied to some tweets of the children’s work
Our budding artists had great fun, using mirrors, to help them to sketch a picture of themselves.
The children are enjoying our History topic, where we are comparing toys from the past, with toys from the present.
They have been busy trying to sort toys according to their appearance, material and age.
Don’t forget to share the books you are reading this Summer. The teachers have started their books and they are looking forward to sharing their opinions on the books they have read when we get back to school in September. Take a look at the books they have picked.
You can tweet us or tag us on Facebook or simply email Miss Keogh a picture of you reading or a picture of the book you are reading. (firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you 🙂
As we approach the end of this current year we thought you may like to see this selection of photographs from throughout the year.
Thank you for all of your support this year. We are sure that the children will all continue to develop, and have fun, in Year 2.
We hope that you all have a safe and enjoyable summer break.
Mr. Mitchell and Miss. Hanton
What a fantastic day we had at the safari park today.
The children had a great time exploring the park and discovering lots of information about African animals and their habitats.
We even had the chance to stroke a Giant African Land Snail and a Python, and we put our hands into the mouth of a lion’s mouth ! (it was a replica of a Lion’s skull ).
Key Stage 2 enjoyed the Birds of Prey show today. Some of us even got to hold one!One Comment