Welcome to Robins Class Page
Welcome back to Term 4! We hope you had an absolutely amazing break and you are well rested. We know that you will be ready to work as hard as you have done in Term 1, 2 and 3!
Please note a slight change to our timetable which can be found using the link on this page.
Mrs Howell and Mrs Highmore are the class teachers; Mrs Howell teaches on a Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday and Mrs Highmore teaches on a Thursday.
Miss Watts is our teaching assistant and Mrs Lingham will be with us on a Tuesday morning.
On this page, we have included the timetable and a curriculum plan for the year so that you can see what we will be learning about. Please also find the spellings that children will need to know by the end of Year 1. We will of course be learning these in school but it is always beneficial to practice these regularly at home also.
Please click here for our class timetable and here for our curriculum plan.
Year 1 Spellings can be found here.
A few things to note
Breaks/Lunch: KS1 morning break is at 10:30am, where a fruit snack is provided; if you would like to order milk for your child, please speak to the office. Lunchtime is at 12:00pm (please see the HC3S menu for the food choices for lunches). We also have an afternoon break at 2:00pm in KS1.
PE: Our PE days are Monday and Tuesday. Please come to school dressed in PE kit and trainers on these days, ensuring that all clothing adheres to our uniform policy. It may also be a good idea to have a plastic bag for muddy trainers.
Reading: Reading remains a very important part of KS1 and the expectation is to read at least five times a week to an adult at home. Please ensure the reading record is signed each time. Books will be changed on a Tuesday and a Friday.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask us : ) .
This term, our writing has been based on the Traditional Tale 'Little Red Riding Hood'. We have read a few different versions of the story and the Robins have produced some fantastic writing! A great start to the school year : )
This term, we have been learning about non-chronological reports. We have been building up to writing our own report on Beegu.
Here is our wonderful Beegu display that the very talented Miss Watts has created. When our reports are finished, we will be displaying them here for the rest of the school to view.
This term we have had the opportunity of working with The Bridge. We were involved in a lovely workshop all to do with the Easter Story.
We reflected on the special meaning of this story and how it brought people closer to God.