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Welcome to Bumblebee Class

 

   Class Teacher -            Sarah Addicott

  Teaching Assistants -    Jenny Jacobs

                                     Sylvia Jackson

 

We are very pleased to be teaching the children of Bumblebee Class!

 

I will be updating the page on a regular basis to let you know about the things we do and the learning that is taking place. Why not visit the Pupil Zone? There are games to play and interesting websites you can visit.

 

 

We have P.E. on Mondays and Wednesdays and I would like all children to bring their kit and daps or trainers every week. During Terms 3 and 4 the children will have swimming lessons in the school pool. More detail to follow.

We use our outdoor learning space when appropriate and have woodland activities when possible. Please make sure your child brings a coat every day. You may like to keep a pair of wellies at school.

Home learning

It would greatly help you child if you could read with him/her as often as possible, at least 4x a week. Please make sure your child has their book bag in school every day. (If you are able to spare an hour to help hear readers in school, please come and talk to us.)

Spelling is an important part of the Year 1 English curriculum. We will regularly be ending home sets of words for your child to learn to spell. 

 

Term 1

Our topic this term is 'How does your garden grow?' based around story of Oliver's Vegetables. We will look at different fruit and vegetables, made soup, and looked at the work of the artist Arcimboldo.

 

 

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We used our senses to explore the pumpkin. Then we wrote instructions explaining how to make a Jack-o-lantern.
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How does your Garden grow? Wow day

We looked at a variety of vegetables and talked about which part of the plant we eat. We chopped, cooked and blended to make soup. We used our senses to explore raw vegetables and tasted some of them. Finally, we shelled and tasted peas.

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Picture 1 There's a duck on the pond. We've got cabbages.
Picture 2 There's a dress and trousers on the washiing line.
Picture 3 There's pumpkins and beetroot.
Picture 4 I've made spinnach.
Picture 5 We put a pond flower in the pond.
Picture 6 There's lots of clouds.
Picture 7 We made pumpkins with an egg box. We covered them
Picture 8 with orange 'cos a real pumpkin's orange!
Picture 9 I've put apples on the apple tree.
Picture 10 There's a camera in the garden.
Picture 11 I've made little shorts for Oliver.
Picture 12 We put tadpoles in the pond.
Picture 13 I took green tissue paper and rolled it into a
Picture 14 ball for cabbages. We made Oliver.
Picture 15 I made the clouds. I took the wool and wrapped it
Picture 16 round. We made a washing line.
Picture 17 This was the shed. If you shut it, you can't see
Picture 18 anything. We made trees and a fence.

Book Week at Roundhill

World Book Day

The children had a fantastic time watching the Storybox Theatre today. Rod Burnett makes all his own puppets and had the children transfixed as he told the story of The Snow Queen.

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